Lab Rescue Organizations:

Ohio Labrador Retriever Rescue Services
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Lab Rescue Organizations:

Ohio Labrador Retriever Rescue Services
Saving Labradors in Ohio, One lab at a time !
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/OH652.html

luvalabrador2010@yahoo.com
937-890-0325 after 6 p.m. weekdays


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Volunteers in the metropolitan Washington, DC area, including Northern VA and MD,
the Mid-Atlantic region including the Baltimore area, the greater Richmond area,
VA's Tidewater region, MD's Eastern Shore, Eastern WV, Southwest VA and parts of PA.
301-299-6756 or e-mail us at info@lab-rescue.org

Labs4rescue
Labs4rescue: Save a Lab, have a friend for life!
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Volunteers mainly in the DC, MD and Northern VA areas,
parts of PA - specifically, Lancaster and Lebanon counties, parts of Berks, York, and Dauphin counties.
Also within 30 miles of Lebanon, NJ
, and in DE.
Email: labgab@lrr.org


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Adoption Interest/Applications   Adoption@BrooklineLabRescue.org
Surrender Interest  Surrender@BrooklineLabRescue.org
Miscellaneous Requests or Questions including questions concerning Coverage Area
Info@BrooklineLabRescue.org
To volunteer with Brookline  Volunteer@BrooklineLabRescue.org

Labradors + Friends
States covered: MD, PA, NJ, DE
Contact person: Charlotte Kinskey - NJ
Phone: 973-984-6374  Email:  labf@earthlink.net

Tri-State Labrador Retriever Rescue
States covered: NJ, PA, DE
Contact person: Carol Allen-PA  Phone: 610-584-5559

 

Something to think about...

Rescue Help Urgently Required!

Please help! After two long years of being on a waiting list for a Labrador retriever, we were finally notified by the breeder that at long last, our number has come up, and... WE'RE HAVING A PUPPY!

We must IMMEDIATELY get rid of our children now, because we just KNOW how time consuming our new little puppy is going to be! Since our puppy will be arriving on Monday, we MUST place the children in new homes this weekend!!!

We really LOVE our children, and want to do what is best for them. I hope you understand, that ours is a UNIQUE situation, and we have a real emergency here! They MUST be placed by Sunday night at the latest.

They are described as:
One male, white, blonde hair, blue eyes. Four years old. Excellent disposition. He doesn't bite. Name is Tommy. Temperament tested. Current on all shots. Tonsils removed already and very healthy condition! Tommy eats everything, is very clean, house trained and gets along well with others. Does not run with scissors and with a little time and training, he will do well in a new home.
One female, strawberry blonde hair, green eyes. Three years old. Can be surly at times. Non-biter, thumb sucker. Her name is Mary. Temperament tested, but needs a little attitude adjusting occasionally. She is current on all shots, tonsils out, and is very healthy and happy (mostly.) Gets along well with little boys, but does not like to share toys. She is house trained, and would do best in a one child household.

I hear that in Tennessee there are bins where you can leave off strays...does anyone know if there is something like that around here for children?

Sounds ridiculous doesn’t it? Well, all Folklaur puppies are MY children, so please be sure you really want one of my puppies for its lifetime!! Not just until human children or something better comes along.  As I said, Something to think about.....