Patches was originally found on the Wind River Indian Reservation at our June 2018 spay/neuter clinic. She was scared and hairless with severe case of Mange. We brought her back to Jackson to get the medical she needed and deserved. After a few weeks in a medical foster home, she began to come out of her shell and gain her confidence while growing her hair back. Everyday was a huge improvement and it didn’t take long for her to be swooped up. Patches, now Giblet, is a Wilson dog!
Making a difference in the lives of homeless animals through rescue, adoption, education, and spay/neuter.
The AAC has rescued and re-homed over 3,500 cats and dogs since being founded in 2004. The low-cost Spay/Neuter Wyoming Program has spayed and neutered over 12,000 animals since being established in 2009.