Tiny Noah was brought in by our friend Carin Steen. Noah had been taken from her mother and siblings far too young. She was probably only 3 weeks old when she was brought to school for a “display” of Noah’s Ark and put into the boat with a group of baby animals. At the end of the “display”, the teacher sent the children home with all the baby animals!

One of the children brought tiny Noah to Carin, as he knew that Carin loves dogs and helps rescue them. Weighing in at just over one pound, dehydrated and very weak, we really didn’t think that this tiny pup would make it through the night, but Noah has quite a remarkable will to live, it turns out.

She is a survivor like few other puppies we have met.  We don’t know what breed mix she is, but it seems like she will be a small dog. She currently weighs about 13 lbs.

Noah lives in a foster home with three adult dogs and two other young puppies, who have taken the place of her litter mates. She is a feisty, energetic puppy who loves to wrestle, play tug and fetch. She is learning all her basic obedience and she is a quick study. She is  about 4.5 months old now and is spayed, up to date on her vaccines, and ready to be adopted.

We are a small organization dedicated to helping dogs and cats in Antigua. We sterilize, rehabilite and find homes, and work with other rescue groups.