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

About Us

Founded in 2004, the AAC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization located in downtown Jackson Hole, just steps from the historic Town Square. Our highly visible location promotes excellent community interaction with our animals and programs. Visitors are greeted by our happy, tail-wagging dogs and friendly purring cats.  Since its inception, the AAC has rescued thousands of animals and placed them in loving forever homes. We strive to shatter the many negative stereotypes about abandoned animals. By encouraging people to adopt instead of buying a pet, and educating the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, we can put an end to the unnecessary killing of adoptable animals and realize a future where there are no more homeless pets.

Rescue, Adoption & Education

The AAC rescues animals from kill shelters, abandonment, hoarding cases, overcrowded regional shelters, and cases of neglect.  We partner with regional shelters and rescues to save animals. Many regional shelters are stressed at max capacity, therefore the AAC does not accept owner surrenders.  We provide every animal with necessary veterinary care, spay or neuter them, and socialize them with other animals and people. The AAC provides a warm, cheerful, and calming environment where our animals can relax and play while we work to find them their forever homes. If you are looking to adopt a dog or a cat we have a wide variety of animals that are seeking new loving homes. 

Spay/Neuter Wyoming Program

Millions of adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in America each year due to overcrowding in shelters. In 2009, the AAC began to attack the root of the pet overpopulation problem by launching our Spay/Neuter Wyoming Program; a low-cost, mobile, spay and neuter effort spearheaded by AAC board member Dr. Heather Carleton. Our mobile spay/neuter program travels across Wyoming, holding low-cost clinics that make pet sterilization services available to those who would otherwise not be able to afford to fix their animals.  Since 2009, our spay/neuter program has fixed more than 10,000 animals. With our newly created Voucher Program, Wyoming residents can also apply for a low-cost spay/neuter voucher from participating veterinarians across the state. No more waiting for us to come to you!

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7 hours ago

Animal Adoption Center

Happy feel good Friday! Congrats to everyone who added a furry friend to their family this week. Also, a BIG thank you to all of our @cfjacksonhole Old Bill’s donors for making gifts to the AAC this year! Thanks to you we are able to help dogs like Crabcake (photo #1) who got an overdue leg amputation this week with @jacksonanimalhospital. She is recovering well with her new mom and we are so grateful we were able to get her the care she desperately needed and deserved. Also, shoutout to @tetonmotors & @subaru_usa for supporting the AAC through the month of a October by donating $100 per adoption (30 and counting!) We have so much to be thankful for here at the AAC and have lots of new dogs & puppies coming next week! Stay warm this weekend! 🐶🐱💙✨#adoptdontshop #animalrescue #nonprofit #rescueanimalsofinstagram #spayandneuter #rescuedismyfavoritebreed #rescuefosteradopt ...

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8 hours ago

Animal Adoption Center

THE AAC IS OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!
To set up a meet and greet, please fill out a dog adoption application ASAP or if you have already submitted one with us, call/email to put your name in line. We will form a line like usual based on who has an active and approved application in. We will go through our line to set up a private meet and greet for potential adopters to foster.
307-739-1881
adopt@animaladoptioncenter.org

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Biscuit, 5 month old, male, Reservation mutt (medium size)

Meet Biscuit. A juvenile puppy that was found as a stray in a trailer park on the Wind River Reservation. He loves dogs and people and will make a wonderful companion! He is still a young pup who will need lots of training and socialization so he can continue to be an excellent doggo!

Please note, Animal Adoption Center cannot guarantee the breed, composition or ages of our dogs as we usually have no history prior to them entering the rescue. We make every effort to ensure the dogs are healthy.

Please know that our intention is to insure long lasting committed homes for the animals at the AAC. If we feel that an animal and a potential owner are not a good fit we reserve the right to refuse adoption.
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2 days ago

Animal Adoption Center

If you are interested in fostering or adopting a dog, please call us at 307-739-1881. For fostering we provide everything you need and you just provide the love! Dog adoption fee is $175. This fee covers spay/neuter, microchip and vaccinations. Adopters receive a 2 week trial period before adoption is considered final.

Please note, Animal Adoption Center cannot guarantee the breed, composition or ages of our dogs as we usually have no history prior to them entering the rescue. We make every effort to ensure the dogs are healthy.

Please know that our intention is to insure long lasting committed homes for the animals at the AAC. If we feel that an animal and a potential owner are not a good fit we reserve the right to refuse adoption.
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