Control Pet Population
We treat spayed or neutered pets only. This must be done within 3 months of your first visit. Please talk to one of the volunteers if you need financial aid to spay or neuter your pet.
Noah’s Pet Project is committed to providing education to our clients regarding feeding, training, and grooming as well as information regarding resources that may be available to our clients .
The clinic is held the 2nd Sunday of each month at 1624 Tacoma Avenue South, Tacoma, 98402
We see pets from 12 pm to 2 PM. The store opens at 10:00 AM on Sunday.
How does my pet get seen?
Every animal is seen on a first come, first serve basis though there are instances in which an ill or injured pet will be seen first; triage is used to determine order.
What if my pet needs medication or test?
Our mission is to provide preventative care like immunizations and episodic care like treating a cold or skin condition. We will try and provide the medicine/tests needed.
Returning for shots or flea treatments?
Each pet must be seen by our vet initially; on most return visits a vet technician will see your pet. We do nail clipping during the clinic as time becomes available. If you are returning for flea treatment only let a volunteer know as soon as possible.
Is pet food available?
Food is donated so if you need assistance please make sure you tell us when we first take your name.
Training or dietary advice?
We are here to assist you in making sure your pet has a loving, healthy life.
We Are Devoted To Our Animal Friends
Depending on the number of volunteers and donations received you will find us…
• Pulling client files
• Taking medical history
• Bagging dog & cat food
• Distributing pet supplies
• Applying Revolution
• Refilling Prescriptions
• Cutting nails
• Cleaning ears
• Clipping hair mats
• Picking up grass outside
• Assisting vets and techs
• Answering client questions
THANK YOU FOR LETTING US CARE FOR YOUR PET