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Lifeboat Labs

This page is dedicated to Labrador Retrievers in need of a "Lifeboat." The dogs pictured here need your donations for help with surgery, medications or other medical ailments. Labrador Rescuers is a grass roots organization run by dedicated and caring volunteers. We count on generous people like you to send a Lifeboat to these wonderful companions of ours who just need a second chance at life. Won't you help us send a Lifeboat to one of the dogs pictured on this page?

Chuy and Myracle

Chuy and Myracle were rescued from the shelter as a bonded pair. At 11+ years of age, their chances of finding a home together were slim. Separating them was not an option so they were placed in a loving foster home together where they are enjoying their "retirement" years and will remain for the rest of their lives.

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Cocoa is a sweet 7 year old little girl. After her owner passed away, she found herself at a shelter looking for a new home and she found Labrador Rescuers. It has recently been discovered that Cocoa has a defect in her Mitral Valve, is suffering from Severe Pulmonary Hypertension and is in Congestive Heart Failure. She is starting to respond to medications and she will remain in her current foster home. Labrador Rescuers will make sure that she gets the medical care that she needs and make the remainder of her time as happy as possible.


Moe joined the Labrador Rescuers family in 2014. He is approximately 12 years old now and has been living with a foster family. Moe is gentle and loving with adults, kids, dogs, and cats, but has been unable to find a forever family to adopt him.



Meet 14 year old Cisco. He was adopted in 2005 when he was 5 years old. After 7 years his family lost their home and could no longer care for him. He was returned to Labrador Rescuers in November 2012. Cisco has severe arthritis and has difficulty walking. He is being cared for by a loving foster family and will remain in their care for the rest of his life. Cisco requires veterinary care and medication to manage his arthritis and medical issues. Please consider sponsoring Cisco. He is a very special senior boy.


Vernon was rescued from San Bernardino in August. He had fly strike and a lump on his side, but was such a sweet boy that we could not leave him there. After a visit with the vet and better look at the lump we found out that Vernon has cancer. Due to the advanced stage, Vernon is not a candidate for surgery.

***May 29, 2014: Update on Vernon***

Vernon has been accepted to participate in a trial for a treatment for his cancer at CVS. As an update, Vernon is doing very well. His tumor has not grown but the effects of the Chemo pills that hes been on for 9 months could start to cause problems to other organs if continued much longer. He is doing very well.

***May 15, 2015 Update***

Vernon was able to have surgery and is recovering well. Visit Vernon's page to read the update and see photos of Vernon.

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