Success Stories

Volunteer Opportunity.

If you share our love of Labrador Retrievers and would like to help place Labs in loving “forever homes”, please contact us by submitting a Volunteer Form. We are a volunteer driven organization and we can always use another pair of hands in many areas of support for a rescue endeavor.
Our most immediate need is to build up our base of volunteers who can provide transportation for our rescue dogs in a number of different scenarios. Having a broad base of transport volunteers would enable us to be responsive and prompt in scheduling transfers at any stage of the rescue/adoption process, without overburdening any single volunteer. Transfer opportunities include:

  • meet the party surrendering a dog, at a mutually convenient location, and transport the dog to the foster household
  • transport a dog in our care to a vet for appointments and/or medical procedures.
    A transport volunteer must be able to secure the dog in their vehicle for a safe journey, such as in a crate, in a dog seat belt or in a secure location within the vehicle to ensure the dog is safe and not distracting the driver.

Forrest

Forrest

Forrest, now named Seamus, has been adopted ! He will be living out his final chapter in the beautiful state of Maine.What can I say about this wonderful  boy? He is probably the best trained and most polite lab I ever met. From riding in the car to swimming or going for a walk, this boy is happy to ride shotgun. He simply wants to be with his people.

Finn

Finn

Great news Finn has been adopted ! Our chocolate love bug will be dividing his time between Cambridge and Vermont and receiving the exercise and training he needs to be a good family member. We couldn’t be happier !

Leroy

Leroy

Leroy, our slithering,wiggly black ball of fun and joy, has been adopted. Here’s he’s with Koda, his older but equally active sister. A great Lab paired with a great family ! Watching Leroy happily hop into the truck with the boys, without a look back, is reason I do rescue.

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Izzie

Izzie

Izzie, our chocolate wonder Lab set a new record of adoption in 4 days ! Such a happy, special girl deserves nothing less. We are so thrilled for Izzie.

 

Olaf

Olaf

olaf_sitting

Olaf, our golden nugget, has found a new home. He’ll be bringing his sunny disposition oceanside on the Cape where he’ll have endless hours swimming, boating + being a great family member
With lots of exercise and routine, he’ll mature into the happy, social Lab everyone loves. We love you Olaf !

PEARL

PEARL

PEARL

Pearl has been adopted by her foster family.  This lucky pup ended up with fosters who are very active and knowledgeable about the needs of a field Lab like Pearl.  She is happy, busy, and her life is full of love and lots of attention.  Congratulations to Pearl and her great new family!

Roxi is home!

Roxi is home!

 

Sweet Roxi will be the queen of the house being the only pup in her new, loving home. Congratulations to Roxi and her family!  We wish you many years of love, fun and happiness!

Bodie

Bodie

BODIE IS IN HIS NEW HOME

bodie

Bodie has been adopted ! He will live with a family and canine sidekicks who will join him in exploring their 4 acres of land. What a wonderful example of a field type- happy, goofy, energetic, amenable to training and loving ! We love Labs and we love Bodie. Can’t wait to hear about all his adventures !bodie2

Ella

Ella

 

Ella has been adopted ! She will be”living free” in the Granite State with a family who will provide the love and exercise she needs. The outpouring of interest + well wishes for this girl has been heartwarming. LRR is indebted to Andover Animal Hospital + Best Friends in Boxford for their assistance in her journey. Now she can spread her happiness and joy up north. What a great start to 2016 !