Saving the lives of homeless animals through rescue, adoption, education and spay/neuter.

ANIMAL ADOPTION CENTER

68

ADOPTIONS IN 2024

5,365

ANIMALS ADOPTED SINCE 2004

220

SPAYS/NEUTERS FACILITATED IN 2024

22,802

SPAYS/NEUTERS FACILITATED SINCE 2009

UNDERDOG OF THE MONTH

Meet Aurora! Aurora came to us from Lander with her seven puppies, who have all since been adopted. Having likely faced the challenges of street life, Aurora would prefer to be the only dog in a home. However, with the help of a patient and understanding family, she is sure to feel safe and comfortable in her new home. Aurora is an ideal companion for a family or someone without extensive dog experience – she is incredibly loving with humans, and fits the definition of a velcro dog. If you’re ready to welcome this loving momma into your home, fill out an application and be prepared for the joy and warmth she’ll bring to your family!

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A WEEK IN THE LIFE AT THE ANIMAL ADOPTION CENTER

Follow the Animal Adoption Center team through an average week in animal rescue.

Thank you for continuing to fuel our life-saving mission. With your help we are able to reach animals in dire need, prevent unwanted pets from entering the burdened shelter system, reduce euthanasia rates, and so much more.

TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Animals live because you give!

Give Today

The Animal Adoption Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit animal rescue organization. Your gift directly supports our rescue and adoption programs, educational initiatives, and our spay/neuter program.

Lulu’s Fund Match

The Lulu’s Fund has been a longtime supporter of the Animal Adoption Center. Thanks to the generous support of fund founder’s, Tim & Sandy Day, the AAC has two annual matching opportunities. These matches support the AAC’s life-saving programs through the New Leash on Life Challenge and our statewide spay/neuter efforts through the Spay/Neuter Challenge.

Nightingale Fund

This fund provides life-saving and life-changing surgeries, veterinary care, and rehabilitation to animals who otherwise would spend their remaining days in pain and suffering before being euthanized in a shelter.  Thanks to the Nightingale Fund dogs like, Harry, were able to get the care they needed to live a full life.

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