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    Labrador Rescuers
  P.O. Box 221038
  San Diego, CA  92192-1038
  619-819-0234
  E-mail: doginfo@labrescuers.org
 
Adoptable Animals:

 Seniors (13)
 Puppies (3)
 All Adoptables (43)
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Tickets Are On Sale NOW

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine

Lab Amore’ is one of our largest annual fundraising events. It is an elegant evening of cocktails and Hors D’ oeuvres, gourmet dinner, and exciting live and silent auctions! Pulse! Live Art with Heart! will also join us again for a live performance. You don’t want to miss this event!

Labrador Rescuers is a 100% volunteer organization. We rely solely on donations and fundraising events to continue our mission to Rescue, Rehabilitate, and Rehome Labrador Retrievers and Lab mixes. We hope that you will join us for this wonderful event.

Visit the Lab Amore page to learn more. Seats are limited for this event. Purchase your tickets early! This event will sell out!

For more information, contact us at events@labrescuers.org



Annual Labrador Rescuers Calendar Contest
Send us your favorite photos for our 2017 Calendar

Your votes will decide the Featured Lab of the Month!
Click here to learn more

Submit your photos by August 31st

*Featured Lab of the Month photos must be of dogs adopted from Labrador Rescuers



Labrador Rescuers is pleased to announce
that it received a $1,000 grant from
Maddie's Fund to support LR's mission
#ThanksToMaddie


Maxwell aka Max is a smaller yellow Lab mix who was surrendered to the shelter by his owner and quickly became a shelter staff favorite. He is great with other dogs and acts much younger than his 9 years when trying to engage other dogs in play. Max is good on leash and jumps up into the car with ease.

Max does have some arthritis and bone spurs in his back but has had x-rays confirming that his hips and knees are in good shape for his age. As a result he can be touch sensitive on his back end and has been known to give a warning growl or bite if touched inappropriately. However he has been to board and train and the LR trainer has confirmed that he is not an aggressive dog by any means, he just needs to be handled respectfully and consistently.




If you cannot Adopt: Foster
If you cannot Foster: Sponsor
If you cannot Sponsor: Volunteer
If you cannot Volunteer: Donate
If you cannot Donate: Educate, Network, Spread the Word

EVERYONE can do SOMETHING to HELP SAVE A LIFE



Foster Families Needed

Become a Foster and Save a Life!
Share your Home and Your Heart
with a Lab in Need
These amazing animals are sitting in shelters and boarding facilities waiting for a foster home and without Foster Families they are at risk.
You too can help and Feel Great Saving a Lab by Fostering them and providing the support, training, and love they need to find their forever family.
Contact us now at 619-819-0234, doginfo@labrescuers.org, or click here to learn more...



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