Noah — Shelter
What would you do if you were a pup born without eyes and used a wheelchair due to handicapped back legs? You become the world’s most beloved Anti-bullying Dog, and an Ambassador for Blind and Handicapped Animals!
This is Noah, a pup that travels to schools with lessons about acceptance, tolerance, disabilities, and kindness. He is an outstanding visual for kids to see that it’s OK to be different, just like himself! Known as “The Anti-Bullying Pup,” Noah sends a strong message that it’s never OK to pick on people who may have disabilities, look or dress differently, or have different beliefs.
Rescued by Saving K9 Lives, given a Muffin’s Halo to protect his head, and a wheelchair donated by Mango on a Mission, Noah has proven to the world that even with handicaps, he can do anything a “normal” pup can do…just a little differently.
When he’s not in the classroom, you can find Noah at nursing homes, freely giving his love to Seniors. His innate ability to love makes him a favorite guest. He also enjoys skiing on the slopes of WI with custom skis to fit his wheelchair!
Noah has been a semi-finalist in the American Humane Hero Dog Awards in 2016, 2017, and 2018. He has been featured in People Magazine, interviewed by Inside Edition, a WI Hero Dog, and chosen ASPCA Dog of the Year 2018-19 for the work he does in schools.
Noah can show you a thousand reasons why he was spared from certain death. He is a champion for the “underdog,” as he, himself, is one. Roll on, little guy!