Courtesy Listings

Lab Rescue is happy to highlight dogs available with individual owners, fosters and other rescue organizations.  Each dog's profile include contact information if you are interested in learning more about that dog.  If you would like to list a dog on our Courtesy Page, please email info@lab-rescue.org.  Include pictures and a write up about your dog and contact information.  

Lab Rescue has no association and has not evaluated the dogs listed on this page.


Artemus

Artemus is a three-year-old lab mix with plenty of energy to go around. He loves to play with all toys and chews and does well with other dogs, once he has gotten the chance to know them! He LOVES walks and running on a leash and has learned the “leave it” command. He is house broken, up to date on all vaccines, knows several commands (sit, stay, come, down) and does great in his crate. He loves to be a part of the action if you have company over, and if you are going for a car ride, he will be the first one to volunteer to come along! He is super affectionate, and will opt to sit ON you any chance he can get. He does well with kids, however due to his size and energy level would probably do better with older kids (8+). He was very interested when meeting a cat, so might do better in a house without them. Artemus would be an amazing addition to anyone who lives an active lifestyle and is looking for a companion to share their adventures! Please contact ireneb@boxertransfer.org for an application today.




King

King is a sweet 7 month old lab. He is very friendly and gets along with dogs, cats and children. He is still a puppy and would be a great addition to any family. He is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. King is looking for a foster or adopter and is located in Windsor, PA. Please contact The Last Dog Rescue at www.lastdogrescue.org.




Zena

They call me Zena or Zee-Zee! I am a 5-7 year old black/brown lab mix with white spotty feet and a very cute and curly tail. I have big brown soulful eyes that you will just want to fall into. I LOVE everybody from big to little peeps, and also easily make friends with other dogs. I am calm, gentle, low maintenance and 75 lbs. of love. I absolutely LOVE to go for walks, and will literally leap up and down when I see the leash. I love to check out all of those wonderful smells, and walk pretty well with only some pulling. And laying out in the sunshine is the best thing EVER! I’ll happily find a nice warm spot and sunbathe any day! I am housebroken, and good with free roam – no crate needed! And car rides are my thing! I will happily sit and hang out with you in the car any day! I am up-to-date on my shots and spayed. I do have Lyme’s disease, and am on medication and doing great! My ears need to be monitored, and am currently on ear meds. Well you can’t expect me to be perfect!!! My foster says I am the most easy-going, laid back dog ever, and would fit in just about any kind of family. Could I join yours??? Please reach out to Brookline at info@brooklinelabrescue.org or by calling 215-343-6087




Guinness

Guinness is an 11 year old male Chocolate Lab and 99lbs. He is a sweet and smart old man that loves being around all people! He is house trained and won't jump up on furniture. He's pretty obedient and responds to his name, "lay down", "no", and "come here". Despite being a senior he's quite healthy despite some minor arthritis in his back legs which he takes a supplement for. He still gets around pretty well and enjoys his brief morning walks and will follow you around where ever you go in the house (even up and down stairs!). Although as he gets older, it may be best for him to be in a home that doesn't really have many/any stairs. Guinness doesn't have much experience with other dogs, but he usually stays pretty timid and keeps to himself.
In the past year, Guinness has moved to different homes quite a bit so he's seemed to get a little anxious in a new setting, especially when he's left home alone. Some medication as well as a walk in the morning and a fun bone before being left alone has worked great with helping ease his anxiety and over time he learns to get comfortable. 

Guinness is currently living in Charlottesville, VA and is looking for his forever home as his current owner does not have the ability to provide the care needed for a senior dog. He is loving and loyal and will love any sweet family that will give him a kind and comfortable new home. Please e-mail the owner at mess.junyan@gmail.com for more information on Guinness.

 



Annie

 
Annie is believed to be a mix of Lab and Golden Retriever and about 7 years old.  Annie is completely house trained and always sleeps soundly through the night.  She weighs 66 lbs. and is very strong.  Annie is extremely affectionate and loves attention. Although she knows commands like sit, lay down, and give me your paw, she can be quite stubborn when you tell her to come while she is busy sniffing around. She enjoys being brushed, having her belly rubbed, and getting massages. Annie likes to take walks so that she can sniff everything in sight or go for a quick swim in a river.  We are working with her to walk better on a leash and she is making lots of improvements.  Because she was a stray, her forever home should be adult only or with kids over 14. Annie is still working on learning how to approach unknown people and animals while being walked in public. 

Annie is very fearful and we are working with a trainer to help her improve.  She is friendly with anyone who comes in the house and wants them to pet her.  She does better around people than other dogs.  When other dogs come to visit, she wants nothing to do with them.  She seems a little curious and a little fearful.  We don’t know how Annie is with cats, but she will try to chase them if she is out on a leash being walked. Annie likes car rides although she does get anxious when getting into the car and out of the car; we are working with her to calm down during these times. Annie would probably do the best with someone who lives on either a big lot with a fence, or on a farm where she doesn’t need neighborhood walks for exercise.  Annie cannot be crated; we believe she may have been neglected and left in a cage for long periods of time. Annie is healthy and only takes a daily joint supplement for the beginning stages of arthritis. We recommend that her Forever Family continue to see a trainer if she will need to be walked in a neighborhood. If you are looking for a great companion to keep you company, Annie may be for you!

Annie is with GRREAT, a Golden Retriever rescue.  If you are interested in adopting her, you will need to go through GRREAT's approval process.  Please contact adoptions@grreat.org for more information about Annie or to get started on their approval process.