The NOAH Center

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Low cost spay/neuter, open 7 days a week! Feral cats free!

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Open 7 days a week!
Mon-Fri: 11am - 6pm
Sat-Sun: 11am-5pm
(Closed major holidays)

31300 Brandstrom Road
Stanwood, WA 98292
One hour north of Seattle
Take I-5, exit 215, 300th St.
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ph: (360) 629-7055
fax: (360) 629-9923

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N.O.A.H. is a 501c3, non-profit organization, and is supported solely by donations. All monetary and in-kind contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.

Low Income Spay/Neuter Clinic

Our low-income spay/neuter clinic is open everyday and offers reduced cost spays and neuters for the pets of lower income families. Vaccinations and microchipping can be given at the time of surgery but are not provided as a separate service. Please call us to determine if you qualify to use our services at (360) 629-7055. Appointments are required.

Payment is due at time of drop-off. All animals will be returned to their caregivers the same day as surgery.

Spay/ Neuter Fees:

  • Cats: ONLY $25
  • Feral/Free Roaming Cats: FREE with an Eartip!!!
  • Dogs: $95

*If your dog has a surgical complication such as, pregnancy has a pyometra (infected uterus), or 1 or both testicles of the male dog have not descended - There will be an extra charge of $15

EXTRA SERVICES available at time of spay/neuter:

  • Rabies Vaccination - $15
  • Distemper Combo Vaccine -$15
  • Vaccine Packages Available
  • Advantage Flea Treatment -$15
  • Microchip (1 year registration) -$15
  • Tapeworm treatment - prices vary

To speed up the check in process, download the check-in form below by clicking the link. Please bring the form with you at the time of check-in.

Owned Pet Check-in Form l Free Roaming & Feral Form

Surgery Points to Remember:

  • NO FOOD after 10 p.m. the night before or the morning of surgery.
  • CATS must be in a CARRIER or Box.
  • ONE cat per carrier. We prefer Feral cats to be in traps. If no trap, they must be in PLASTIC carrier (easily escape from cardboard).
  • DOGS must be on a LEASH.

Trips for Snips

NOAH is excited to offer a transport program called Trips for Snips! This program is a transport service to NOAH for Spay/Neuter surgery. NOAH will hold the Trips for Snips transports on every 2nd & 4th Friday of each month. There is no extra cost to have your animal transported to NOAH from the drop off location. The only cost is the normal fee for the surgery.

Drop off Time: 7:15-7:45 am (The van will leave promptly at 7:45 am)
Pick up Time: 4:30-5:00 pm (All pets must be picked up by 5 pm)

Trips for Snips Dates & Drop Off/Pick Up Location:

Check back here for Trips for Snips dates Fall of 2014.

World Spay Day 2014

As part of the international Spay Day campaign, The NOAH Center, along with local partner shelters and local veterinary clinics in Snohomish, King, Island and Skagit Counties participated in this year's World Spay Day on February 25th & 26th. NOAH was able to offer low-cost spay and neuter surgeries to individuals with pets in the community. The NOAH Center's Clinic team performed 15 dog & 72 cat spay/neuter surgeries. This annual effort helps end the suffering of unwanted and homeless animals in our community by preventing unplanned litters. Spaying and neutering is good for the community and a great way to help our furry friend’s live longer, healthier lives!

History of World Spay Day

Reducing the Number of Homeless Pets

N.O.A.H. Animal Adoption & Spay/Neuter Center is a non-profit dedicated to stopping the euthanasia of pets in NW Washington. Having pets altered is the number one way to stop pet overpopulation. Every year over 35,000 dogs and cats are killed in Washington animal shelters because there are not enough homes.

N.O.A.H. is proud to be a leader in spay/neuter and is ranked 2nd in the entire state for the number of surgeries performed! Over 60,000 pets have been altered at N.O.A.H. since opening in 2003 - forever more impacting and reducing the number of homeless pets in our community.

By targeting low-income pet guardians, a population is reached that price, not inclination, had previously made it impossible to spay or neuter their pets. The fee for a dog surgery is $95 and a pet cat is $25.

Statewide statistics indicate that cats are euthanized 2 to 1 over dogs. Therefore, we schedule many more cats surgeries than dogs.

Our free feral and free roaming cat spay/neuter program is offered everyday. This has become a invaluable resource to the hardworking and dedicated volunteer trappers in the community.

Funds are raised for special spay/neuter days throughout the year to offer these low-cost surgeries.

Our high quality program and state-of-the-art facility have resulted in many local veterinarians recommending our spay/neuter services.