Why choose LRR?
LRR has been placing Labs in suitable, loving homes for more than 20 years. LRR is overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors and staffed largely by volunteer workers made up of LRR adopters, Labrador breeders, and dog trainers. We stand behind each adoption with support from experienced, knowledgeable volunteers who love the Labrador Retriever breed.
We foster each Lab in a loving foster home, not a large, institutional kennel. We screen adopters by visiting their homes, with our own Labs, and writing a detailed home study report. People who adopt a new "best friend" from LRR find that the time, effort, and loving care we take in matching adopter and Lab—along with our lifetime take-back guarantee on any Lab we place—is a successful formula few rescues can match.
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Our 2013 calendar makes its debut!
This beautiful calendar features the pictures of some of our adorable Rescue Labs and their heartwarming stories. The 8.5x11-inch calendar has full-color photos printed on glossy paper.
All proceeds from the calendar will go to support LRR Rescue Labs.
Get one for yourself and for the other Lab lovers in your life—the holidays will be here before you know it!
Especially For Pets Nail Clipping Donations
We are delighted to have been chosen by Especially for Pets as the recipient of nail clipping donations for the fourth quarter of 2012. Have your pet's nails trimmed at any Especially for Pets store in October, November, or December, for a donation to Lab Rescue.
Combined Federal Campaign
The Combined Federal Campaign is a fund-raising program by which government employees can designate an approved charity to receive donations via payroll deductions. Despite the red-white-and-blue logo and the word "campaign," there is nothing political about this program.
Labrador Retriever Rescue is honored to be an approved charity
eligible to receive donations via the Combined Federal Campaign.
Our CFC designation code is 48624.
If you are a federal employee, please consider making a donation to Labrador Retriever Rescue though the Combined Federal Campaign. Or if you know someone who is a federal employee, please let them know about us and ask them to consider designating Lab Rescue as one of their charitable organizations.
Thank you for your support!
Labrador Retriever Rescue benefit night at Flatbread Company (pizza...mmmm!)
Flatbread Company in Amesbury, Massachusetts recently honored LRR, Inc. with a Benefit Night. $3.50 of every large pizza and $1.75 of every small pizza sold that evening was donated to Labrador Retriever Rescue. Thank you to all of our supporters, who came out to share stories about the doggie loves of their lives, eat great pizza, and enjoy a wonderful summer evening. Our dogs were even welcome at the outdoor seating.
Nick Gates won the $200.00 collection of gift cards, which included $25 from Flatbread Company, $50 from Amesbury Animal Hospital, $70 from Access Clinic for Wellness for a Zero Balancing Session, and donated by The Lyman Center: $20 for Dunkin Donuts, $10 for Andyman Bakery, and $25 for Bertram Books. Thank you to all of our sponsors!
On May 6, 2012, several of the Labrador Retrievers we recently placed brought their proud families to parade them around the show ring at the Spring Match of the Labrador Retriever Club of Greater Boston. All the Rescue Labs were awarded yellow "Honorary Champion" ribbons. Here are some photos of happy Labs taken that day.
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What do you love about your Rescue Lab?
If you've adopted a Lab from Labrador Retriever Rescue, Inc., you can now submit your own "success story" for our website. You do not need to have a "dramatic" tale to relate; we all love to read stories about the joy, mischief, and simple, everyday pleasures a Rescue Lab brings to a household.
How do you identify a "reputable" rescue?
We discovered this informative and useful article on the Wisconsin Dog Rescue's website about how to recognize a reputable animal rescue organization. Since our inception more than 20 years ago, Labrador Retriever Rescue, Inc.'s policies have been consistent with this definition of a reputable rescue.
Well worth the few minutes to read