The Albury Animal Care Centre houses dogs, cats and livestock that have been found stray or abandoned or have been seized. If animals cannot be returned to their owners, the centre seeks new homes for them.
The Albury Animal Care Centre (AACC), formerly known as the Albury Animal Management Facility, has been in operation at its current Mudge Street site since 1998 and provides animal care services to Albury, Wodonga, Indigo, Towong and Greater Hume local government areas.
We promote the responsible ownership of pets and companion animals as they are an integral part of our community, culture and society.
Owning a pet is a privilege that comes with a range of responsibilities towards the animals, the community and the environment. We encourage all pet owners to care for their animals in a socially responsible manner with their best welfare in mind.
We aim to provide the very best of care to lost and abandoned animals that come to us for whatever reason. Pet cats and dogs are required by law to be microchipped and registered, it’s important that you make sure your contact details are up to date and correct. Our team can scan your animal and update your details free of charge. Book online to make an appointment with our specialist Animal Care Attendants.
If you are looking for a family pet, you can view our adoption page to see pictures of the animals that are currently available for adoption in the care centre, or make a time to visit us during opening hours to meet them face-to-face! The animal care team can help you find the right pet that fits in with your family and lifestyle.
From 1 July 2021, AlburyCity will commence operating the Centre with plans to redevelop the site to create a new facility that better meets the needs of our community and animals.
The development of a new animal care facility seeks to:
If you'd like to offer a cat or dog a loving home for the rest of its life, you may want to consider adopting.
The Albury Animal Care Centre houses dogs, cats and livestock that have been found stray or abandoned or have been seized. If animals cannot be returned to their owners, the centre seeks new homes for them.Learn More