A woman and a dog outside
The Nebraska Humane Society in Omaha holds many dogs, including Zero, where workers like Pam Weiss are trying to help them find homes during Covid.

The number of dogs coming into humane societies has decreased since the start of the pandemic, but adoption percentages have remained steady. 

Shelby Backhus, director of operations at the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln, and Pam Weiss with the Nebraska Humane Society in Omaha discuss the adoption trends.

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