Save the date, Saturday, June 23rd-It's Noah's Bark-at Road Runner Sports on Northup Way in Bellevue. From 11am-2pm, reps from the Noah Center will be on hand to answer questions about animal welfare, spay and neuter and there will be adoptable dogs on site looking for a forever home!
Road Runner will offer 10% discounts for everyone! Plus shoe specials, raffles for shoes, gear and more. Get your picture taken with the shoe dog. Donations go to the Noah Center. Get the latest on outdoor evercise tips for you and your furry friend or just show up because you love dogs!
Northwest Organization for Animal Help (N.O.A.H.) is your non-profit animal welfare organization dedicated to stopping the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable and treatable homeless dogs and cats in Washington State. NOAH's strategically focused programs aim to reduce the pet overpopulation problem at its core through their High Volume High Quality Spay/Neuter Program. The program assists pet owners in the community who cannot afford to alter their pet. NOAH works in partnership with over 20 shelters across the state. When the shelters are overcrowded they call upon NOAH to support them through NOAH's Transfer & Adoption Programs. NOAH has made a huge impact on the lives of dogs & cats since 2003. NOAH has spayed & neutered 50,000 cats & dogs and adopted over 16,000 dogs and cats into forever homes. NOAH is also committed to providing humane education resources to the community and volunteer programs which creates a valuable resource for learning, uniting, and service. NOAH relies on generous donations from the community to enable proper care for these animals and offer services to those in need of financial assistance. Learn more about how to get involved at www.thenoahcenter.org
The NOAH Center is located just 45 minutes north of Seattle in Stanwood, WA. We are open 7 days a week, 11-6 Monday through Friday and 11-5 on Saturday & Sundays.
Northwest Organization for Animal Help (NOAH) is dedicated to stopping the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable and treatable homeless dogs and cats in Washington State. We are committed to having high quality spay and neuter programs available for low income residents, family friendly pet adoptions, humane education, and volunteer programs through our state-of-the-art facilities and Spay & Neuter Center.