Altus animal aid adoption center

2200 enterprise drive
Altus, OK 73521
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User Reviews (3)

  • 1. Altus Animal Aid Shelter

    by: Droopy

    Everyone who can adopted an animal should and get it thru Altus Animal Shelter. they are great. the dogs and cats there are taken care of until they can find a loving home and does not have to worry about being put down. they are truly loved.


    tries to save everyone aninal


    not enough space to save more than about 60 animals at a time

  • 2. This shelter is wonderful

    by: Jleearm

    We adopted our 1 year old pointer Darla from the shelter in January. After recieving her, we found out she was sick with parvo- luckily we caught everything in time and she is now a thriving little princess. Our son, who is also one, calls every animal he sees "RARRA"...he loves her so much and she has really made our days at home much more fulfilling. Had it not been for this shelter I dont think our family would feel as whole as it does now. The staff is amazing and every time I come back I feel welcomed. This shelter deserves to have something wonderful happen for the staff and especially the animals. We dont live in a very rich town, so finding the funds to help support it seems to come few and far between. But these animals are truely loved! This shelter deserves a wonderful gift to give to their wonderful staff and animals. Thank you!


    Incredibly amazing towards their animals and employees are so kind hearted



  • 3. Howwonderful this shelter is

    by: tigger2rific

    The Altus Animal Aid Shelter is a wonderful program that I can not say enough about. I have worked with Ernie and Dorothy now for two years raising money and to assist in getting animals adopted. What Animal Aid needs is a more updated building with more room for more kennels to house animals and an area for potential new families to come and be able to fully interact with the animals before adoption. \n\n


    the only No Kill shelter in the SW Oklahoma area


    Not enough room and kennels to handle the amount of animals which comes in from Animal control