Adopt Me Society is a non-profit 501 c3, organized in the Spring of 2011 and located in Salt Lake City, Utah.  AMS is run by volunteer staff. 
The Goal of AMS is to Rescue, Provide Sanctuary, and ultimately Re-home stray and abandoned animals.
AMS works in conjunction with Local and State-wide Animal Shelters,  various animal groups, and also with individuals in an attempt to provide rescue for homeless animals.  We do not discriminate on the basis of age, health, or animal breed.
Once an animal is in our rescue, it is examined, vaccinated, altered if need be, and appropriately medicated.  Our final step is to place these animals into carefully screened forever homes. We attempt to ensure no loving dog or cat is unjustly euthanized.
We want to ensure our rescue animals are placed in an environment appropriate to their needs. Therefore, we reserve the right to screen prospective adoptive owners.  We also reserve the  right to at any time terminate the adoption. 
To effect this adoption procedure, we place animals based on age, health-condition, and temperament  as well as environment, family style, and long-term expectations of the prospective adoptive family.  
We have only the best interest of both our rescue animals and the prospective family at heart.  We attempt to avoid misplacements, and appreciate your understanding and compliance in the adoption process. 
We also, and most importantly, ask that our adoption applicants agree to return any adopted animal to AMS should life-problems and situations arise affecting the appropriate and care and/or any health issue of the adopted animal.
AMS is dedicated to saving and improving the lives of forgotten, rejected, abandoned, and abused animals of all breeds.  We are committed to our rescue animals for their entire lives.
WE attempt to:
 Rescue from euthanasia lists to reduce the need of euthanizing adoptable animals.
 Provide an alternative to releasing animals to shelters.
 Assist those who have life situations (homelessness, illness, death) making animal care      unsure or inappropriate.
 Provide alternatives for those forced to move to living situations that do not allow pets:
  *re-homing programs,
  *programs working with family and friends, and
  *programs working with property management,
  *provide education regarding animal placement issues to the general public, and finally
  *provide assistance to residents in facilitating ways and means to retain pets in their homes.
 Some of these issues may include:
    *Major medical of an animal
    *Behavioral issues
    *Appropriate food
    *Property management education
    *Companionship benefits
    *Re-homing of pets
Adopt Me Society, a 501 c3 non-profit animal rescue, is an organization of volunteers, dedicated to the rescue and ultimate re-homing of homeless dogs. 
AMS Staff consists of Management/Directors, and volunteer staff.  Their combined years of experience in various animal rescue programs, and their association with other similar organizations and staff affords a broad knowledge of no-kill animal rescue. 

Adopt Me Society Executive Director

Daye Abbott


Daye Abbott - AMS Excutive Director

Daye has worked with many non-profit organizations including Best Friends No More Homeless Pets in Utah Project (NMHPU), as Feral-Fix Director. 

In this position Ms. Abbott worked with all facets of government including the State of Utah, Utah Counties and Municipalities, and Government Agencies. 
Additionally, she had close interaction with all local Animal Shelters (County and City-Utah), and served as NMHPU No-Kill Rescue Group Coalition Group Coordinator.
Daye is the heart and soul of Adopt Me Society, and inspires to teach and encourage others about the treatment of animals and the importance of rescue.
Ms. Abbotts' Employed Positions have included:
Feral Fix Director - No More Homeless Pets Utah, and
Financial Accountant - Salt Lake City Corporation.
Her Volunteer positions have included:
  • Executive Director - Tooele Animal Outreach (TAO),
  • Dog Coordinator - Community Animal Welfare Society (CAWS)
  • Training Coordinator - Rocky Mountain Rescue Dogs
  • Board Member - Board of Directors for Community Shares.
Phone - 801 209 6130

Board of Directors for Adopt Me Society:

Dixie Dahle Loosli -

Dixie has been involved in non-profit animal rescue groups since 1995. She has worked with various programs in an attempt to fund and support animals with disabilities. She has written and implemented a Secondary School Curriculum "The Human-Animal Companion Bond". Her focus always having been the rescue of Special Needs dogs and cats, she has helped in the rehabilitation of animals with disablilties including diabetes, cancer, behavioral, sightlesness, and orthopedic issues.
Dixie is managing Editor for the Companion Animal magazine, a publication supported by Adopt Me Society.


Phone - 435 232 5545
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Julie Hooker -

As a junior high school teacher, Julie involves her students in a variety of service learning programs.  With Julie, her students organized the Pet Food Pantry at the Christian Center in Park City, Utah.  Her home is host to four canine companions and a gray cat.  Three of the five furry residents were rescued.  Mr. Sunny Sunny Bun Bun, a black toy poodle weighing 18 pounds, was an AMS dog.  He has become a local celebrity in Park City and the mascot for the Companion Animal.  Riding in his stroller or sitting in his sling, Sunny teaches appropriate animal interaction and that senior rescues rock.  Julie is a staff writer for the Companion Animal Magazine and the Director of Fundraising and Donations for the Adopt-Me-Society.

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