The Animal Adoption Center is dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals through rescue, adoption, education and spay/neuter.
The Animal Adoption Center has rescued and re-homed over 3,400 cats and dogs since being founded in 2004. The low-cost Spay/Neuter Wyoming Program has spayed and neutered over 9,700 animals since being established in 2009.
This life-saving work is possible with the help of our dedicated donors, volunteers and foster families. Learn ways to become part of our story at www.animaladoptioncenter.org.
We are a local non-profit dedicated to providing safe lesson horses for our students, bringing the Jackson's equestrian community together for educational opportunities and continuing our advocacy for the magical Mustang breed. Bright Star Riding's horses, trainers, and students create a safe, supportive and conscientious environment to foster hands-on horsemanship education, and confidence within our compassionate student/horse partnerships. Ride Bravely, Shine Brightly!
With our herd of amazing lesson horses comprised of rescue horses, ponies, and mustangs, we pride ourselves on our focus on safe practices, patience, and fostering brave riders.
We offer lessons for all ages, all disciplines, all skills. We offer 8 weeks of Summer Camps.
We organize and host several events throughout the year including the Tack Swap, schooling shows, and nationally recognized clinicians.
Dog Is My CoPilot mission is to decrease the number of animals euthanized in shelters because of overcrowding and increase shelter adoption by flying groups of animals to areas where they are more adoptable and in demand.
Jackson Canine Carnival hosts a zany, quirky, fun-filled fair every year as a fundraiser for the Town/County Animal Shelter. It also presents additional events as fundraisers for other nonprofits associated with animal and environmental causes.
Jackson Canine Carnival is held every year on the fourth Saturday of September at the County Fairgrounds.
Our mission is to provide abused, neglected and unwanted horses a safe and psychologically nurturing environment. Our goal is to rehabilitate and then train them so they can be placed in a loving forever home.
Since we began in 2008 we have placed almost 200 horses in loving homes. We are an all-volunteer charitable organization. No one receives a salary. All donations go directly to the care of the horses. As of September, 2017, we have 31 horses in our care. It takes a lot of time and money to care for that many horses.
Providing financial and logistical support to local law enforcement for the police dogs and their dedicated handlers of the Teton County Sheriff's Office and Jackson Police Department.
Jackson Hole Police K9 Auxiliary was borne out of our desire to provide a consistent and sustainable revenue stream to address the Teton County Sheriff's Office and Jackson Police Department's police K9 units' financial needs now and in the future. This includes acquisition and training of both dog and handler, as well as supplies, vet bills and annual re-certification.
PAWS of JH serves as a community resource to prevent pet homelessness, to protect pets from harm and suffering, and to promote responsible ownership.
Assist pets and people through 8 programs: Vouchers for low cost spay and neuter; Repairs, renovations, staffing, and dog training for our local animal shelters; Financial assistance with vet bills; Free Mutt Mitts and stations; Humane education and outreach programs; Care for pets of domestic violence victims; Winter dog park; and Pet disaster planning.
We exist to improve lives and make people feel better! We do this by registering and matching animal therapy teams to individual and community needs.
TCPP partners with C BAR V Ranch, Children's Learning Center, Jackson Hole Community School, Legacy Lodge, St. John's Medical Center, Teton Behavior Therapy, Teton Literacy Center, Teton County Library, VOAD and several area preschools to provide animal therapy to Teton County.
To advance raptor conservation through education, research and rehabilitation.
Each year more than 25,000 people experience live birds of prey through TRC's educational programs. Our conservation projects protect birds of prey across the nation, and we offer world-class care to injured, ill and orphaned raptors.
We are dedicated to providing shelter, care and minor medical treatment for homeless, unwanted and lost pets until their permanent homes are found.
TVCAS is a local non-profit animal shelter located in Driggs, Idaho. We are funded through grants, private donations, and contributions from our local municipalities. We take in, on average, about 500 animals a year, including lost animals that are returned to their owners. We strive to keep our adoption rates high. Through community support, we look forward to continuing to save lives for years to come.
Increasing the chances of wildlife survival through rehabilitation and public education
We offer four programs: Education, partnerships, internships and captive breeding and restoration. Located in Driggs, ID and currently raising money for our facility so that we can intake and release the wildlife that really need us.
Wyoming Untrapped is dedicated to creating a safe and humane environment for people, pets and wildlife through education, trapping regulation reform and compassionate coexistence.
Featuring educational opportunities for all ages through Trap Release Workshops and our new Beaver Restoration Project, which will establish new populations of beavers in the BTNF with emphasis on improvement of existing wetlands, creation of new wetlands, and involvement of youth to relocate beavers along with learning science concepts that will study effects of beavers and ecology and biology.
Wyoming Wildlife Advocates informs, educates, and empowers communities to preserve our wild legacy, protect our shared wildlife, and modernize wildlife management across the state.
We envision a Wyoming that leads the nation in exceptional and innovative wildlife management; all stakeholders are valued equally, and management decisions are driven by the best available science, not politics. In order to accomplish this, we use all the tools available to us including education, litigation, grassroots organizing, public comment, and scientific investigation. We speak for those who have no voice.