Noah’s Bark was only made possible by the dogs we made family along the way. After years of rescuing and nurturing them with nutrition, our dogs are healthy, happy taste-testers, as well as sources of great joy and inspiration.
No Buts About It
Our furry family fueled the development of Noah’s Bark. Pictured here are the prototype-treat flavor meters. Also known as dog tails.
Zeke found his forever home at three months old. He was covered with a staph infection from head to toe and needed help moving due to inappropriate crating. Zeke spent months at my feet under my office desk healing. Today, he’s a healthy, happy boy who, weighing in at 125 pounds, no longer fits under my office desk. But he is still my lap dog and can always be located within arm’s reach. Zeke is an amazing animal who is clearly the leader of the pack and our protector. Zeke is my biggest fan, as he loves everything created in the Noah’s Bark test kitchen. When he’s not within arm’s reach of me, you’ll find him lying on the floor by the oven… waiting for samples!
Zeus came to me at four months. He has the wonderful volunteers at a local rescue to thank for saving his life. Zeus was born blind and is a special needs dog and special boy. At 15 months, he had his first grand mal seizure and was soon diagnosed with idiopathic epilepsy. He has a wonderful team of specialists, along with his incredible family vet Dr. Steven Meyerdirk and staff, who ensures he has the best care. With the help of these amazing vets, we have Zeus’ seizures under control. Zeus is blessed beyond measure, as his brothers keep a close watch on him and support him when his world causes confusion. Zeus has taught me to look at the world through different eyes, a gift for which I can never repay him.
Zeph joined the family at eight weeks old. His mom was abused and neglected, but that didn’t stop her from being an absolutely wonderful mom. She was heartworm positive and needed a leg amputated, but sadly she didn’t make it for her scheduled surgery, as she left this earth for a better place within hours of her last puppy being adopted into their forever home. Her gentle spirit lives on in Zeph; he’s a precious, sensitive being. Zeph is my reminder to be happy, to cherish every moment of every day, and to love as if today is your last.
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