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The NOAH Center Receives 18 At-Risk Dogs From Tulsa, OK via Wings of Rescue

August 28, 2021

On Friday, August 27th, The NOAH Center partnered with the Humane Society of Tulsa in Oklahoma and Wings of Rescue to fly Xander and 17 other dogs to the Pacific Northwest. 

Each dog was at risk of euthanasia in Tulsa, one of the states with the most overcrowded shelters in the country. Instead, Xander and the rest of the group got a miraculous second chance at life when they landed here in Washington, where adopters are eager and ready to welcome new friends into their families. 

Every dog that comes through our facility receives a thorough examination from our medical team looking for any ailments, injuries, or diseases. They are spayed or neutered, microchipped, brought up to date with vaccinations, treated preventatively for internal and external parasites, and receive any medical care they may need. 

Xander and several Tulsa dogs have already matched with their forever families, and we couldn’t be more thrilled for them. With your help, we can alter the course of these animals’ lives for the better.

Without you, the path these dogs were on may have had a very different outcome, and we could not be more grateful to have you behind us. 

Please consider donating today to support our life-saving work. 

On behalf of Xander and friends, we thank you!

By The NOAH Center

The NOAH Center is a nonprofit Animal Adoption Center and Spay & Neuter Clinic dedicated to ending the euthanasia of adoptable pets.



Join us in Celebrating 20 Years: Anniversary Event, May 6th

Join us in Celebrating 20 Years: Anniversary Event, May 6th

The NOAH Center’s upcoming 20th-anniversary celebration promises to be a family-friendly event with attractions such as food trucks, kitten baby shower, spay & neuter clinic tours, and behind-the-scenes adoption center and shelter tours. Come join us in celebrating 20 years of saving lives and supporting our important mission to rescue homeless pets from euthanasia.

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