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Chesapeake Bay Retriever

PO Box 20729. Charleston, SC 29413, USA

Daisy’s Place Retriever Rescue is dedicated to saving and finding loving homes for Retrievers (and Retriever mixes) six years and older. Occassionally we do take dogs into rescue that are under six years old – some of them come to us from shelters where their correct age was misjudged and sometimes we just can’t help but save the younger ones from certain death – we affectionately call these younger honorary Daisy Dogs, ‘rosebuds’. We are an all volunteer non-profit organization and all of our dogs are in private foster homes.

The Atlanta Dog Squad is a non-profit, all volunteer organization that rescues and rehomes retriever breeds (Labrador, Golden, Flat-Coated, Curly-Coated, Chesapeake Bay, and Nova Scotia Duck Tolling) and mixes thereof. ADS rescues retrievers, attends to their medical and/or training needs, provides them with love and socialization and places them with adoptive families who will care for them throughout their remaining lifetime.

Independent Labrador Retriever Rescue of Southern California rescues and rehomes Retrieving breeds in the Southern California area including LA County, Santa Barbara area, and Orange County. We are dedicated to saving the lives of unwanted Labradors, Goldens, and other purebred Retrieving breeds from area shelters when they are on death’s door. We take in dogs from families no longer willing or able to care for their dogs and treat dogs with myriad health issues.

1318 South Kernan Avenue, Appleton, WI 54915, USA

The Chesapeake Retriever Rescue of WI is a group of volunteers dedicated to rescuing Chesapeake Bay Retrievers and finding them loving forever homes. We rescue adoptable purebred or mixed Chesapeake Bay Retrievers from shelters, strays, and from owners who can no longer care for their dogs. We are staunch promoters of spaying and neutering, and no dog is placed by our organization without this being done before placement. We also educate potential adopters about the breed to make sure a Chesapeake is the right dog for their family.

1641 South East Street, Amherst, MA 01002, USA

Chesapeake Safe Harbor has been been rescuing and placing needy Chesapeake Bay Retrievers for 20 years. During this time period over 1400 Chessies have found new homes thanks to the enormous unselfish love and efforts of Jane and Ron Peabody.

West Vancouver, BC V7P 1B8, Canada

DOGWOOD RESCUE SOCIETY co-operates with various rescue organizations in BC, such as the SPCA, Doris Orr Foundation and local shelters, etc. and assists sporting dog breed rescue groups in other provinces and in the US, in finding suitable, loving homes for animals in need. When we have available resources, we do help with other breeds of dogs.

Wellfleet Drive, Norfolk, MA 02056, USA

NEARR is a non-profit, 501c(3) charitable, all-volunteer group that re-homes retrievers in the North East. We accept purebred and mixed Labrador, Golden, Chesapeake Bay, Flat-Coated, Curly-Coated and Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers. All of our dogs live in NEARR-approved foster homes while awaiting their forever homes. We do not have a central facility.

Vancouver BC V5K 2E2 Canada

Dogwood primarily re-homes sporting or gun dogs like Pointer breeds, Vizslas, and Weimaraners. We also rescue “crosses” of these breeds: Dobermans, English Pointers, German Short-haired Pointers, German Wire-haired Pointers, Wirehaired Pointing Griffons, Pudelpointers, Weimaraners, Retrievers, Setters, Vizslas, Spinoni Italianos, Bracco Italianos, Bracque Francais. When we have available resources, we do help with other breeds of dogs.

11117 Fleetwood St. Sun Valley CA 91352 United States

Friends for Pets Foundation is a volunteer, non-profit charitable organization. We are dedicated to providing veterinary care, comprehensive evaluations and adoptive homes for the sporting breeds of Weimaraners, Golden Retrievers, Dalmatians, Pointers, & Labs who are abandoned, mistreated, neglected, or left in pounds throughout California. Rescue Services are also provided to dogs in acute need of placement due to family circumstances. Since its founding, Friends for Pets Foundation has provided rescue, care and adoption services for more than 3,000 dogs. We average 55 dogs in our kennels.

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