Lab Rescue & Subaru
LOVE Senior Labs and Bonded Pairs!
In celebration of their National Make a Dog’s Day, Subaru has committed to donate $250 to Lab Rescue for every Lab Rescue senior age 9+ and bonded pair adopted between October 1 and October 31.
Ready to offer happiness to a senior pup or to two Labs in love? Here's how to take advantage of this offer:
Tell your Adoption Coordinator you are looking to adopt a senior or bonded pair.
If you are applying, note that you want a senior or a bonded pair in the comments section of the application so we can expedite the process for you
Work with your Adoption Coordinator to schedule a visit with the dog(s) of your choice during the days specified. Visit, fall in love, and adopt!
We are Temporarily Not Accepting Adoption Applications
Due to the impact of COVID-19, we have seen a surge in adoption applications and a disproportionate number of dogs who need to be rescued. To responsibly manage this imbalance, we are temporarily not accepting new adoption applications. If you would like to be contacted when we are accepting applications, please register for notifications.
Finding Your Perfect Match: Below are brief descriptions of some of our dogs that are available for adoption. Because the list is constantly changing, we recommend that you apply to adopt as soon as you are ready and work with an Adoption Coordinator, who can provide you with more info about dogs that are a good match for you and your lifestyle.
Adopting with Children: The safety of children in an adoptive home is one of our greatest priorities. Learn more about our approach to placing dogs in homes where little ones are present.
Adopting as a Townhome or Apartment Resident: As many of our dogs come from rural areas—where they have limited exposure to cars, new people and dogs, unexpected noises, and being leashed—we may limit placements for some dogs to single-family homes. Learn more >
Adopting & Fences: We require fences for some of our dogs for a range of reasons. Learn more >
Heartworm: About ten percent of our dogs are diagnosed with Heartworm disease during their initial vetting. Heartworm is treatable, and Lab Rescue provides treatment for all infected dogs at no cost to the adopter. Learn more >