BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - During the makeover of Herbert Jackson's home, volunteers said a puppy wandered onto the property and collapsed.
Zach Skow of Marley's Mutts said the puppy, named Noah, had parvovirus and was close to death.
They took the puppy to San Joaquin Veterinary Hospital where he was nursed back to health.
Noah is now healthy and ready for adoption, and he even made an appearance at the luncheon held at Herbert's home Wednesday.
To fill out an application to adopt Noah or any other pet rescued by Marley's Mutts, click here .
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