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Important Notes:

  • 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 >

Townhome Approved





2 years

Good with:

Kids 10+, No Cats, Townhomes with plenty of exercise


A loving forever home with a physical fence. Needs to be the only dog in the home

Handsome dude!


Sonny loves, loves, loves to cuddle and snuggle and give kisses. He plays hard but chills hard, too --- in the morning he loves to have a game of fetch and then he settles in for the day. In the evening, he has a burst of energy with his toys and does best with another game of fetch or a walk in the neighborhood. Foster Family has left him home alone without using the crate and he is well-behaved during their absence. The new lick pad Foster Family got him really stimulates his mind. Sometimes while giving kisses he "nibbles" with the front of his teeth, but Foster Family consistently tells him "no teeth" and he is learning that tongues are okay, nibbles are not. Sonny loves to go for walks but doesn't much care for getting into vehicles so he often has to be lifted in which he does not object to or resist (once he's in the car, he seems to enjoy the adventure). He has learned to sit and wait while his dinner bowl is made. Foster Family is teaching him "place" and he's already great at sit, wait, down (usually), and no. Sonny prefers to be pressed right up against you in your bed if you allow it, but has slept in the crate with little complaint. He rarely barks but will go to the door to see who is there. 

Watch sweet Sonny cuddle, play and take treats - 

Watch Sonny be his sweet, playful and affectionate self:

Sonny loves the treat-dispensing ball: 

Watch Sonny play fetch: and master his commands:

Thank you to the following generous donors currently supporting Sonny's care:

  • Jeanna V.






6 years

Good with:

Kids 10+, Dogs, Townhomes


A loving forever home with a physical fence

Chocolate Kiss!

Willy is a very sweet boy who prefers a quiet home. He would do great with an equally laid-back resident dog and a family who is home most of the day. Willy is so happy and likes to give kisses! His tail never stops wagging. He loves long naps and enjoys being combed with his Furminator. Willy likes to communicate with his eyes and nose. He will stare at you or nose nudge you when he needs something. He loves going for his walks but also likes taking it easy inside and people-watching from the big window. Willy likes his routine - up at 7:30am, breakfast, sitting patiently in front of the front door until someone takes him for his morning constitution, regardless of the weather. He naps most of the day but rallies for his dinner, no later than 5pm, thank you. He will remind you if you forget with some nudges. When the sun goes down he nestles down for a good night's sleep. Willy has only barked once since he arrived at his foster home. An animal in the woods behind the house must have caught his attention, as he is very interested in squirrels and rabbits. Willy is learning new commands each day. He knows "sit" and "wait" and is learning "down." Since he is very food motivated, teaching commands has been easy. He has good house manners and can be left alone with no problems. He doesn’t bark and is not too interested in toys or balls. He does get car sick, so no long travel plans for this boy. He is very lovable and will make a wonderful companion.

Out on a walk:

Thank you to the following generous donors currently supporting Willy's care:

  • Joel T.

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