2022 Year In Review

Our Mission:

Our Mission is to help homeless dogs, cats and other “at risk” animals from municipal shelters find new, forever homes. Working in partnership with our local no-kill shelter and those that are striving to become so, we rescue shelter pets, especially those most at risk; providing spay, neuter, microchip, immunizations for every pet in our program. We provide medical care as needed. Working closely with the needs of our community, we host pet training and educational programs and sponsor a Trap Neuter and Release program for feral cats. We provide pets supplies, support, and training to families in need. We are a member of Best Friends No Kill Utah coalition of rescue partners and work tirelessly to help those shelter pets that are most at risk. Through transport and rescue partnerships, we work together to pursue our vision for the future as a “no kill” nation.


1,161 dogs and cats came into our program
1,083 of those pets were and placed in loving homes
Asilomar Live release rate – 96.6%*
*Calculated as follows: Live Outcomes, (1083), divided by (All outcomes, (1121), minus unhealthy, and untreatable, (38) = (1083). 1083 divided by 1121 = 96.6%


We have over 200 volunteers of which, 165 are in our foster program.

Adoptions program:

We opened our new adoptions center in Heber city in 2019 and have adoption events five days a week. In addition, we held 85 adoption and pet related community events including free immunization clinics. These events were a various venues in Heber city and Park City, including the Heber city Petco, and KPCW Radio.

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