Labs N More Puppy Rescue is a 501(c)3 nonprofit group run by a small team of volunteers. Although we have helped many Labradors, we also help both puppies and adult dogs of many different breeds. We do have some limitations on certain breeds based on what our foster homes are comfortable with. All of our dogs are placed in our foster care system, we do not have a facility.
The primary purpose of Rudy’s Rescue is to help find homes for dogs in need. Our focus is on Labrador retrievers, however we will help with other breeds and animals when space allows. It is our wish that someday, every animal will have a place to call home, and we will no longer be needed.
The Labrador Connection (TLC) is an all volunteer network dedicated to the re-homing of unwanted and abandoned Labrador retrievers into loving, forever permanent homes. We are also committed to educating the public about responsible pet ownership including but not limited to spaying and neutering your pets, training, and proper veterinary care. Special emphasis is placed on assisting senior labs.TLC is committed to helping senior and special needs labs. Everyone else gave up on them but we will not.
Labrador Friends of the South (LFS) is an incorporated, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and adoption of homeless Labrador Retrievers in the Southeast region.
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.
American Lab Rescue is an all-breed rescue group specializing in Labrador and Labrador mixes. American Lab Rescue is an all-volunteer, 501c3 non-profit organization devoted to helping homeless dogs from puppy to senior age find their loving forever homes.
We are a completely non-profit 501(c)3 approved organization. We consist of a small group of volunteers that find and rehome rural and local Labrador Retrievers and Lab Mixes.
Labradors and Friends(TM) Dog Rescue Group, Inc. is 501c3 animal rescue group dedicated to rescuing labrador retrievers and labrador mixed breed dogs in Southern, Central and Northern California and placing them in loving homes.
Great Lakes Lab Rescue (GLLR) is a 501(c)3 charitable organization dedicated to placing unwanted Labradors into loving new homes, providing good homes for Labrodor Retrievers who might otherwise be abandoned or euthanized by their previous owners, and reducing the unwanted dog population and increasing responsible pet ownership of all dogs through education. We’ve been placing labs in loving homes since August, 2000. Since that time we have accepted well over 600 dogs into our program. In addition to being loyal companions in privates homes, some of our dogs have gone on to work for the FBI, DEA, Border Control, police stations etc.
Labrador Retriever Rescue of North Texas (LRRNT) is an all volunteer group dedicated to making a significant impact in the area of pure bred Labrador Retriever Rescue work within North Texas with particular emphasis on the Dallas and Fort Worth Metroplex. LRRNT is dedicated to providing a needed public service. We have pledged ourselves to do all we can to alleviate the pain and suffering of the numerous stray, abandoned, neglected and unwanted pure bred Labrador Retrievers within our community. We further pledge to work with local animal control agencies, shelters, and humane societies to do all we can to prevent the needless death of adoptable Labrador Retrievers within their facilities. We will stress charitable and educational services in the form of quality shelter and volunteer foster care of unwanted, neglected and/or abused Labrador Retrievers until proper, permanent homes can be found. We will also provide advice to potential and current Labrador Retrievers owners about breed characteristics, behavioral and obedience training, veterinary health issues, sterilization (spaying and neutering) and general care. If you are interested in joining the LRRNT organization please visit our website and complete a membership/volunteer application. Your may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call and leave a message on our voicemail at (972) 480-5227.
WHO WE ARE… Central California Labrador Retriever Rescue [CCLRR] was “born” in July of 1998 due to the great need to find loving homes for abused, abandoned or unwanted Labrador Retrievers in the Central Valley. We are an all volunteer organization covering telephone area codes 209, 916 and 530 which include the greater Sacramento area South to Merced.
We are a Non Profit 501(c)3 Organization. We rescue Labradors, Retrievers and Labrador Mixed breeds as well as other breeds as resources allow. We work to match families with the dog best suited for their personal situations. We help educate the families about dogs throughout the process
The Labrador Retriever Rescue of Fresno (LRRF), was established out of a growing need to rescue and provide loving homes for abused, abandoned, and unwanted Labs in the greater Fresno and Central Valley area. We are an all volunteer, 100% foster based local organization and do not have a facility to house our dogs. We rely completely on donations from our dog loving community to help with medical expenses, food and supplies to meet the needs of our Labs. We are a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. EIN 27-3741358
Labrador Education And Rescue Network (L.E.A.R.N.) is an all volunteer non-profit 501(c)3 organization committed to placing abandoned and unwanted Labrador Retrievers in new homes. L.E.A.R.N. serves Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. L.E.A.R.N. also concentrates on educating adopters and the public on the importance of spaying/neutering, training and the humane treatment of dogs.
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.
The Mile High Labrador Retriever Mission, (MHLRM), a 501(c)3 non-profit public charity, is dedicated to alleviating the needless death and suffering of homeless or misplaced (lost and stray) purebred Labrador Retrievers as well as Labrador mixes mostly in high-kill overpopulated pet areas that usually are out of state. By rescuing and rehabilitating homeless Labradors in high-kill areas, vigorously promoting responsible dog ownership through active participation in pet-related events, and through our own education program, we strive for a better life for each of our animals.
We rescue Labradors that are in danger of being euthanized at animal shelters or that are in situations that are abusive, neglectful and/or harmful. Save A Lab Rescue provides all necessary veterinary care for its rescued Labradors and transports them to approved foster homes, where they are cared for until they are adopted. The organization conducts a thorough screening process of its prospective adopters, and seeks to place its rescued Labradors into approved, permanent adoptive homes.
NOLA Labrador Retriever Rescue is a volunteer run, nonprofit (501c3) organization (ID# 27-3198157) dedicated to placing Labrador Retrievers into approved, loving homes and promoting responsible pet ownership. Our mission is to provide: – permanent adoptive homes for unwanted, abandoned or abused labs; medical care and foster homes for rescued dogs; – education to pet owners regarding spaying/neutering and responsible pet ownership; and – public information about irresponsible breeding practices and animal abuse in an effort to end to both.