Welcome to NebraskaPetPaws
Home of Nebraska’s Finest Terrier‘s
There comes a time in our lives we think of having a true ‘forever friend’ to love. NebraskaPetPaws knows this, and are here to make your ‘forever friend’ search become reality. NebraskaPetPaws is a small hobby kennel in a rural location are a part-time, amateur hobby breeder that offer you a high quality and personable puppy as we pay special attention to each of our puppies. We will give all of our puppies the attention and socialization they need to become an awesome part of your home. A Breed that is so dear to our heart are Shorty Jack Russell Terriers.
Our puppies and dogs receive lots of love and affection in our home and are socialized well with our children and neighbors and friends. At NebraskaPetPaws we offer the some of the very best care and socialization for our puppies in our own own home, so they are ready to become a full time part of the family in your home.
We feel you will fall in love with the Nebraska’s Terriers just as we have.
At NebraskaPetPaws we have over 100 acres for the terriers to play on, This is ideal for rambling country walks through the countryside. We are located within walking distance to Lake Minatare, and when we go they love running off energy on the sandy beaches or just taking a swim in the lake. Our focus is on The Very Best Nebraska Terriers. Conformation and color are very important to us. Our breeding program is designed to produce good bone structure. We have established blood lines that are proven to be well socialized beautiful perfect family companions.
We have been through and chronicled many adventures which will appear on this site from time to time!
Health is our top concern.
All of our dogs are up-to-date on vaccines, free from intestinal parasites, and on a balanced diet. These are all important factors in providing optimal health for the parent and offspring.
All of our dogs are PLL tested or are cleared by parent verification.
When our puppies are three to five days old the veterinary will dock their tails and remove their dewclaws so they meet the standards for a working Jack Russell Terrier, of course unexpected things do occur so if for whatever reason that is beyond our control and more than 2 weeks pass we will opt not to tail dock unless medically needed. They will have been properly weaned, dewormed and receive their first series of inoculations.