[slide-left]Take A Look Inside Noah's Ark...[/slide-left]


[fade]Welcome To A New Beginning...[/fade] 

[slide-left]Based on the shared goals of compassionate pet care, and animal welfare best practices, St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center and Noah’s Ark decided to strengthen opportunities and future community sustainability by having Noah’s Ark become part of the St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center campus network of animal shelters.

As a campus of St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center, Noah's Ark can accomplish more to support the human-animal bond and create an environment in which people respect all living creatures. St. Hubert’s is grateful to the dedicated and loyal Noah’s Ark community and their patience as the extensive renovations were completed. Now Noah’s Ark is a safe, healthy and welcoming animal shelter. Come visit soon.[/slide-left]


Thanks To The Longstanding Support Of Caring Individuals Like You, We Can Now Accommodate More Animals In An Enriching And Healthy Environment: 


The Same Amazing Programs





Feeding 183 pets per day, 365 days a year. St. Hubert’s is helping families suffering from financial hardship to keep their family intact. St. Hubert’s collects, organizes, and delivers pet food and supplies to struggling pet parents. Volunteers and staff help to collect the needed goods and distribute them to partner organizations. Currently, St. Hubert’s is working with The Salvation Army Dover Corps, Morristown Community Soup Kitchen, Interfaith Food Pantry, and Somerset Food Bank Network. This program is one part of our Pet Retention services to assist under served pet owners take care of their animals and keep pets in loving homes.[/fade]

[fade]Humane education

Reaching close to 4,000 students this past year, with over 28% of the students coming from at-risk communities, St. Hubert’s is dedicated to providing services that support positive human-animal relationships. The varied curriculum is currently offered for students from Kindergarten to 12th grade. All classes are free of charge. Between 2015 to 2016, approximately 1,700 young people attended a St. Hubert’s educational program from the Ledgewood, NJ area. Our successful Teen Animal Welfare Enrichment program has entered its third year and continues to gain interest and support. Beside our in- school programs, we routinely invite local school, troop, and civic groups to our Madison, NJ Campus for events and workshops.[/fade]

[fade]St. Hubert’s Community Services 

Pet Adoption Support Resources, are keeping animals in loving homes and providing the resources for families in all communities. The heart of our work is to provide every animal a safe and loving home. The process starts through an open adoption policy and our Adoption Counselors assist in finding the right pet for your lifestyle. All pets are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed and microchipped prior to adoption. We also work within communities to keep all pets healthy, here are some of our programs and community services: — Spay/neutering outreach: Free or low cost program targeted to feral cats. — Pet Helpline: Counselors are available to answer pet related questions, offer lost/ found pet support, answer behavioral questions and resources. — Training and Behavior Classes: Available from beginners level to advanced. — Animal Rescue and Control: State –certified animal control officers are on call 24 hours, 365 days to respond to animal emergencies within the municipalities who contract for those services.[/fade]

Here's Where You Can Find Us


Our Hours

Open 7 Days A Week

Sunday-Wednesday 12pm-4pm

Thursday-Saturday 12pm-6pm

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[fade]Donate To The Noah's Ark Launch Fund.

Please consider a donation to the Noah's Ark Launch Fund. Your donation will be used to help the many homeless animals that will be entering Noah's Ark and being adopted out to the amazing families that St. Hubert's interacts with every single day.

Please also check out the Noah's Ark Amazon wish list here.[/fade]


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