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Lab Rescue LRCP

We are a non-profit volunteer organization that rescues, fosters, and finds forever homes for abused, neglected, and abandoned Labrador Retrievers in the states of Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.  

We provide our Labs with veterinary care, spay or neuter services, and placement with foster families where they are loved while they await adoption.

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Join us for our reimagined Virtual DogWalk & FunFest! 


From now until June 5, we'll fundraise to make sure that we can help hundreds of Labs receive the vet care they need in the coming months. In the meantime, we'll bring lots of fun — contests, games, prizes — that will culminate in our virtual party on Saturday, June 5th.

We have increased this year's goal to $200,000 in hopes of helping more Labs who need us!

Coronavirus Updates

With the impact of COVID-19, Lab Rescue LRCP, as with other rescues and shelters, has seen drastic increase in the number of applications. We welcome your adoption application, but it may take 2-4 weeks as we have been inundated with applications. 

For a complete update on our operations during this time, please read our full statement:

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Lab Rescue Welcomes Partners for Pets

Did you know that Lab Rescue was a recently approved to join BISSELL Pet Foundation’s Partners for Pets? ​


The program is designed to support shelters, rescue groups and spay/neuter organizations that are helping to reduce pet overpopulation across the United States.


We recently adopted Molly (formerly Rose from the Valentines Day Litter)—she is amazing and we can’t tell you all how much joy, happiness and love she has brought to our family after the loss of our Maggie in July of last year!


Molly is doing great and is now 10 weeks old and 10lbs! She is doing very well with her potty training and has made several friends in our neighborhood! Thank you all for giving our family the opportunity to open our home to her! Thanks to all of the people at Lab Rescue LRCP for all that you do for these dogs and the families you place them with 🐶 

– The Reedy Family




for a Neglected Lab


Intake Vetting

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for a Sick Lab

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Receive updates on available Labs and Lab Rescue news—follow us on our Official Lab Rescue LRCP Facebook Page

Connect with fellow Lab lovers, including adopters and volunteers, by joining our Lab Rescue LRCP Facebook Community Page