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The Courtesy Listing page is a service made available for private party adoptions. Adoption of a dog listed on this page, is solely between the adopter and the person listing the dog. Lab Rescue has not evaluated the dogs listed on this page and is not liable for this service. Potential adopters should meet the dog and conduct their own evaluation prior to adoption. Lab Rescue is not responsible for dogs adopted through this service.

Name: Don
Age: 1-2 yrs
Wonderful dog and good with kids.
Posted 6/6/2015

Name: Banjo
Age: 2yrs
Lab border collie mix
Great with dogs, knows sit, walks great on leash, takes treats gently, housebroken, crate trained.
Adoption fee: $250
Call/text 626-991-0398
Posted 2/20/2015

Tyler is a 9 y/o neutered male yellow labrador/staffordshire terrier mix at 65 lbs who's loving, people oriented, completed training, house broken, clean, short coat, very healthy, tested negative for hip dysplasia, crate trained, minimal barker, up to date on shots, great walker, enjoys car rides, behaves at vet, kennel/dog hotel trained, and countless other qualities. He would require a home with no small children, cats, and other dogs/pets.
Contact Shay at 619-847-8721

Posted 01/01/15

Amber, 10 year old female lab mix.
She is a sweet old girl, and is still active,
playing fetch and going for runs.
Contact:-Benjamin Derr

Dane is an easy-going seven year old male Lab-mix whose favorite things are relaxing with his head resting on your leg as you pet him and lounging in the sunshine. He is good on a leash and likes to go for walks and jogs. This dapper gentleman gets along great with both adults and children, but gets nervous around other animals and should be the only pet in the home. He is fixed, approximately 65 pounds, in perfect health, has always been up-to-date on all shots and preventative medical care, and has never been abused or neglected. Please contact me to discuss if your home and Dane are the right fit for each other. Please only consider adopting Dane if you intend to keep him forever as an indoor dog with a private backyard and you don't have any other pets. No re-homing fee requested but we will require a donation to the ASPCA to ensure you care about animals like Dane as much as we do.

Contact Marc at

Posted 01/13/15

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