Labs Available Through CCLRR
A Home for Your Lab, A Lab for Your Home

   This list was last updated on   
31 July 2015

 if you would like To adopt from CCLRR please go to
"how to adopt a lab"
and read it before contacting us

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New This Week: Bear, Holly & Sadie


Bidwell exit off Hwy 50 at Folsom

NOTICE: we are at the PetsMart in the shopping center on the west side of E. Bidwell next to Home Depot,

NOT at the PetsMart on Iron Pt. Rd. visible from Hwy 50.

Sun. Aug 2 ~ come see Manny and Moe

Folsom Petsmart
2705 E Bidwell Street
Folsom, CA

11am to 2pm

Look for us the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.



Feed Store

1150 E Victor Rd
Victor Road/ HWY 12
Lodi, Ca. 95240

Please come see us on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the Month between 9AM and 1PM


From Hwy 99 take the San Andreas exit (just North of Lodi) East toward Lockeford the road is marked Victor Rd but is also Hwy 12 East....approx 3/4 mile on the right.


Please help us save the life of a Lab -- donate using the PayPal link to the left.

Adoption events at Pet Food Express are between 11AM and 2PM

Pet Food Express is located at
2158 Contra Costa Blvd.
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Corner of Monument Blvd, on Contra Costa Blvd and CrescentDrive, at the corner of Monument Blvd., in the RiteAid/Staples shopping center. The store is in between Wolf Camera and Blockbuster Video.
Pet Food Express has a store locator on their web site.
Look for us the 1st Saturday of each month 11 to 2

Sat. Aug. 1 ~ come see Sadie


One of our volunteers got a call from a Bay Area shelter about a stray 7 or 8 year old yellow lab that the owners did not come for. He had a limp and some swelling on his leg so we had it checked out. Turns out he needs a $2500 surgery! It's called FHO surgery and information is in this link:

We'll be sure to update you on his progress. If you'd like to donate please use one of our PayPal links or send your donation to CCLRR, 1811 Finch Dr., Roseville CA 95661. Thank you!

Live in the Greater Fresno Area?

click here to see more information about
the Labrador Retriever Rescue of Fresno

The web page is updated once weekly. The most current source of information of which dogs are still available is the CCLRR Updated Dog List, which is given to PREAPPROVED adopters. If you see a dog on the web page, but it is not on the adoption list, that means the dog was adopted between page updates and is no longer available. The CCLRR Updated Dog List is the most current info!

From time to time, our Adoptive Families "report back" on their four-legged family members. It is so wonderful when we get these great stories and pictures from our adopted families. We hope you will enjoy them as much as we do.
(click on the link to see our Success Stories)


An unavoidable part of life is the passing of those we love. Some of our Labbie Families have sent us   "In Loving Memory" stories about their Beloved Labrador Retrievers.
(click on the link to see them)

as of 1-1-2013

Due to the rising costs of care, we have raised our adoption fees for the first time since Jan 1, 2009

Puppies 6 months and under $400.

Adult dogs 6 months up to 9 years $300.

Senior & Special needs $150

Returning Adopter $250 (SORRY - *NO* DISCOUNT FOR PUPPIES)

Not a Lab .... but a story worth passing on!    SEE ELLA's STORY

Labs Available through CCLRR

SENIOR and "Special Needs" DOGS
CCLRR has a special place in our hearts for the senior Labs we rescue. They are such sweet, smart and gentle souls. We are seeing an unfortunate and alarming trend in "Senior Dumping" Older Labs are simply discarded at local shelters because the are "too old". Imagine how it must feel to be in your golden years, having devoted your entire life to your family, only to be taken to a shelter and dumped. Their chances of being adopted from a shelter at their age are slim and none. They are frightened, confused, and grieve for their family. We want them to live out the rest of their golden years in comfort, surrounded by love as these special dogs have so much love left to give, and ask so little in return. Are you that special family that can give a loving home to a wonderful Lab in their golden years?

 Our Senior and "Special Needs" Dog Adoption Fee is $150.00

Abby Barbie BonBon
Chloe Clover Ginger
Ruby #2 Tasha Sam #2

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                         ABBY 9 year old black female. Abby is a super sweet and mellow girl. She's a little on the heavy side right now, but we're working on that. She's great with other dogs, and loves one-on-one attention with her human. She can't get enough belly rubs and pets. She likes to go on walks, but isn't so big on fetching. She's housebroken and sleeps all night on her bed. She has been good with my 3 cats, but will bark at them if they tease her. She loves her meals, but won't try to steal the other dog's food. All in all, just a sweet, loveable girl.

Concerned about combining a Labrador with other animals? You just need to find the *right* Lab(s). We added two Labs to a household with cockatiels, lizards, rats and a bunny ... And they get along *just fine* ... and the birds walk around on the floor -- and sometimes on the dogs!                                                                        ... comment from a new Lab Parent


8 1/2 year old black female. Beautiful Barbie wants to find a lifelong partner or family that will include her in all of their activities. Her ideal environment would be with someone who is home all the time or could take her to work. Barbie was born deaf is a special needs dog, but she doesn’t let that stop her from being an active member of the household. Barbie understands hand signals and can feel vibrations on the floor. She loves to walk around the neighborhood, and her toy ball is her obsession. UPDATE: Barbie is VERY gentle when taking treats. She waits politely for her food to be delivered. She gets along great with all dogs, LOVES kids more than life and men too! She will chase cats. If you meet her you will fall in love!


4 month old black male Lab mix. PUPPY CUTENESS ALERT! Here comes Baby Bear, ready for his forever home! Bear’s foster family nicknamed him “Pi” because his white chest markings look like the symbol for Pi. Bear is a neat little guy and it’s going to be hard for his foster family to see him go. He is potty-trained and uses the doggie door to let himself in and out of the house. He plays very well with the four other dogs in the household, even a small terrier. Bear likes to sleep on the tile floor of the bathroom when it gets hot, but will sneak into bed around 5:00-6:00am, snuggle and then sleep until you get up. Bear started out in a crate at night, but due to him waking up and whining to be let out two to three times a night, it was easier to let him sleep with the other dogs. Bear has learned to sit nicely when you are eating or when getting a treat, but having puppy ADHD, he needs to be reminded frequently. He knows “sit”, and his foster family is working on “down” and “off”. Bear does like to dig in the yard if there is mud, so beware of any dripping air conditioners! He responds well to a sharp “no” or a light touch with a “no”. Bear is going to be an awesome dog. He is not yet neutered, as our veterinarian feels it is best to wait until Labs are between 6-8 months of age to perform this procedure. CCLRR will pay for Bear’s neutering if he is brought back and taken to our vet. Baby Bear is a spunky, tenacious little munchkin looking for a committed family that will continue his nurturing and training, so he can become the best Canine Good Citizen he can be! Please remember that puppies need A LOT of patience, time, energy, structure and routine, and we will only adopt Bear to a family or person that is committed to giving him everything he needs to set him up for future success.



6 ½ year old black female. Bella is a happy, bouncy girl! She is energetic and would do best with people who have an active lifestyle. Bella is totally and completely in love with her ball, she will carry it around in her mouth wherever she goes. She will tear tennis balls apart if left alone with them, so she needs an extreme Kong ball or doggie-proof toys to play with. Bella loves the water too. Bella knows sit and stay, and her foster family is working on down and other commands. Bella gets along with cats and would do best with a family or person where she will be included in activities and given some quality time and attention.

BELLA #2 --   ADOPTED!   Thank You!!

5 year old AKC registered chocolate female. Bella #2 and her “sister” Daisy #2 are sweet and playful. While these two have grown up together, they can be adopted separately. The girls love to swim and fetch. They are excellent with other dogs and kids…but no cats please. Both are housebroken but currently live outside. Their family tearfully must surrender them due to a change in living situations. They previously lived on 5 acres and now only have a small yard. Come meet the two sweetest dogs!



7 year old chocolate male. Bodie was owner surrendered to CCLRR due to a bit of separation anxiety. Left outside all day while his owners were at work, Bodie would bark, howl and try to escape from the yard. At his foster home, Bodie is allowed to stay inside the house with the other dogs while his foster parents are gone. He has learned how to use the doggie doors and has been a gentleman with his behavior in the house. As long as he is not left alone in the back yard, there is no barking or howling. He gets along with the four dogs in the house (two Labs, a foster puppy and a terrier mix). He is a sweet boy and just wants to be loved. He walks well on leash, likes to play ball and enjoys toys and bones. The ideal home for Bodie would be one with calm, firm owners, one or two mellow dogs who like to play, a home where he is able to be in the house while his owners are out (has doggie doors) and where there is lots of encouragement.

BODIE #2 --   ADOPTED!   Thank You!!

A very young 9 year old, 80+ pound chocolate male. Bodie came to us due to the ailing health of his human. He is an absolutely fun, wonderful dog with great house manners. He stays inside all day, but uses a doggie door when he needs to go out. Bodie was raised with a small dog, they were best buds. He has been introduced to cats - when he is out on his walks he doesn’t chase the neighborhood cats. Bodie had basic obedience training and was professionally trained for hunting and retrieving by O’Brien’s Kennels. Because of his size and age, Bodie would do best in a home without small children. He really is the perfect gentleman. He gets so excited to go for walks, sits for treats and doesn’t beg - but will do the Labrador mind-meld trick on you for scraps. Who could ask for a better buddy?


9 year old chocolate girl who is so glad to have been rescued. We got a call from a local shelter a few months back about a sweet chocolate girl with extensive hair loss, scabby itchy skin, goopy eyes and a bum hind end. A real train wreck. We decided to get her out of the cold and spiff her up, rescue style. Since then BonBon has had several soothing baths, good grain-free food and thyroid medication, making her a much happier and more comfortable old broad. Though she’s no beauty queen on the outside, her beauty comes from within. She’s a mellow girl who gets along with everyone: people, dogs, cats. If you’ve got a cozy dog bed and some gentle pets, she’s the gal for you.

Dogs are not our whole lives, but they make our lives whole.    ~ Roger Caras

CHARLIE --   ADOPTED!   Thank You!!

3 year old yellow male. This stunning, obviously purebred "English type" boy came to us from the Los Banos Shelter. A volunteer called us and said he passed his temperament tests with flying colors....great with people, dogs and knows a thing or two. We drove down and scooped him right up. Charlie hopped right into the crate and rode the whole way without a peep. He is on kennel cough quarantine right now, but would love visitors.


CHLOE 10 year old yellow female. Chloe is an owner surrender due to an upcoming move to a smaller property. She is a sweet and calm girl. Her owners adopted her as a rescue and think she is about ten years old. She is patient and loving with their three and four year old boys. Chloe has lived outside with her Lab sister since her owners adopted her, so she will need training to become housebroken. She likes to go on walks, but despite some training, she can get excited and pull on her leash. She will sit, lay down and stay with some coaxing. She doesn't fetch, but would rather spend the day lounging on her side with you scratching her belly. She does well with other dogs but not with cats or other small animals. Chloe is the sweetest dog and loved by her family, who hopes to find her another loving owner.


11 year old yellow female. Sweet Clover is an absolute doll. She loves giving gentle kisses to everyone she meets. Clover is energetic for her age and loves brisk walks. She knows basic commands - sit, lay down, come. Clover is currently at 71 lbs., but we are working on getting her weight down a bit. Clover is housetrained. She is fine with cats as long as they are not running from her. Clover would be great with a family that has older children or other dogs. Clover tends to pant a lot when she is not sleeping or lying down, but the vet informed us it is a condition that is very common in older dogs and nothing to worry about. Clover is a great dog who will be an excellent companion for someone who can give her the love and attention she deserves.

You can say any foolish thing to a dog, and the dog will give you a look that says, "Wow, you're right! I never would've thought of that!"       ~ Dave Barry

DAISY #2 --   ADOPTED!   Thank You!!

6 year old AKC registered yellow female. Daisy #2 and her “sister” Bella #2 are sweet and playful. While these two have grown up together, they can be adopted separately. The girls love to swim and fetch. They are excellent with other dogs and kids…but no cats please. Both are housebroken but currently live outside. Their family tearfully must surrender them due to a change in living situations. They previously lived on 5 acres and now only have a small yard. Come meet the two sweetest dogs!

The reason a dog has so many friends is that he wags his tail instead of his tongue.     ~ Anonymous
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GINGER ~~~ 2 year old yellow female. Ginger came to her foster home several months ago...terrified, confused, neglected...she found a spot all the way in the corner of the backyard, behind the bushes where no one could see her or bother her. She was not used to human company. She spent the first year of her life locked up inside a barn with no light or human contact. It took her many weeks to finally come out from behind the bushes and start exploring the yard little by little. It took another several weeks for her to come close to a human. Now, 6 months later, she is still scared of sudden movements, strangers and loud noises but she has made tremendous progress. She allows some petting (not by everyone), she comes in the house on her own and uses the dog door, she appears to be housetrained, and gets along with dogs and even cats. Ginger will need a VERY patient family and a quiet home where she will be allowed to continue to blossom.

I have found that when you are deeply troubled, there are things you get from the silent, devoted companionship of a dog that you can get from no other source. - Doris Day

HARVEY --   ADOPTED!   Thank You!!

HARVEY 9 year old yellow male. This boy is a hoot. We rescued him from the Yuba County Shelter and he was a MESS!!! He had a horrible case of fleas and was just miserable. UPDATE: Harvey is in a wonderful foster home now and is doing great! He is 90% recovered from his flea dermatitis, his fur is growing back and his ears have cleared up and are so soft. Harvey is such an easy boy to care for - he just putts along with whatever is happening around him. We’ve found that he is crate trained and potty trained. He enjoys his walks, is easy on leash and has a little spring to his step. He rides well in the car. Harvey likes other dogs, big and small. He is a sweet, mellow boy and would be perfect for a non-active family or retired person. He just wants to be able to kick back, take naps and enjoy the love of a fur-ever home.


5 year old yellow female. Holly is a beautiful girl and came to us from owners who relinquished her to the shelter. We couldn’t let her stay there and scooped her right up! She loaded herself into the crate, curled up & took a nap the whole ride home. When Holly arrived at her foster's home, she introduced herself to their dog, put her hair up, explained to their male that she was a "Princess" and demanded respect. He ignored her snooty attitude, said "let's play" and off they went. So much for being a Princess! Holly walks well on lead, knows sit, comes when called and is housebroken. She sleeps loose in her foster's bedroom…with no wandering or mayhem in the house and goes out to do her business first thing in the morning. Holly is a big girl at 90 lbs....she is on a diet but really only needs to lose about 5 or 6 lbs. Holly is a gem!

If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die, I want to go to where they went.     ~ Will Rogers
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He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion. - Unknown



                  MANNY and MOE 7 year old yellow males. Manny and Moe have been adored by their family since they were 8 weeks old. These two purebred, mellow brothers are a bonded pair and must be placed together. Due to family circumstances, Manny and Moe had to relocate from a large ranch to a small concrete backyard. Moe has a very slight form of epilepsy that is controlled by an inexpensive pill given once a day. Their family is heartbroken to have to give them up, but they want to do what’s best for their beloved Labs. We're not sure if they're housebroken since they’ve been outside dogs. Both boys are so sweet and loving and just want to be with people. They don't jump up and get along great with other doggies and kids. No cats for them though! This dynamic duo will be a perfect fit in any family home and would love to go for long walks and smell the flowers.


MORGAN 7 year old yellow female. Morgan is a beautiful purebred Labrador. She is an owner surrender due to an upcoming move to a smaller house. She is a bundle of energy who loves to be the center of attention. Morgan is obedience trained but could use more consistent training. She will sit, lay down, stay, fetch and heel pretty well on a leash. She loves to be around people. She would be in heaven if someone would spend the whole day having her fetch a frisbee. Morgan still jumps in excitement but does well with young children. She's lived outside on her owners’ property, so is not housebroken. She tries to be the alpha female with her doggie sister, but is otherwise playful with other dogs she meets. No cats for this girl, she isn’t good with them. Morgan is the quintessential Labrador with her striking features, happy-go-lucky attitude and loyalty. Her owners love her dearly and hope to find another loving family that will enjoy her as much as they have.

A dog is the only thing on Earth what loves you more than he loves himself.     ~ Josh Billings
Labrador Retriever Identifying Features:

PHOEBE --   ADOPTED!   Thank You!!

6 year old black female. This sweet girl came to us from the Liberty Shelter near Fresno. She has obviously been well loved, so why her family didn't come for her we’ll never know. Phoebe is sweet, gentle, good with other dogs and we think she was someone's family dog. Phoebe is now with a foster and doing so well. She gets along with her foster’s dog and tolerates her cat.

Breed Description
Although some are highly energetic, Labrador Retrievers are often thought of as having a happy-go-lucky or easy-going nature, Their calm nature combined with their athletic tendencies and stamina originally well suited the breed to be hunting dogs, and now allows them to become service dogs primarily in search and rescue and disability assistance. However, as with other working breeds, the athleticism of the pet Labrador Retriever requires physical and mental stimulation in the family environment. They will enjoy retrieving items such as tennis balls or floating toys that provide the necessary stimulation while taking advantage of the Labrador Retriever's excellent swimming ability. Labrador Retrievers are commonly quite food motivated, which facilitates learning and training, thus furthering the dog's bond to the family. Rewarding the dog with food for dropping a retrieved item can also help reduce the dog's tendencies for retrieving items not intended for play.

RUBY #2 --

                         RUBY#2 is a 5-6 year old chocolate female. Ruby is a very sweet, loving little Lablet! We found her at a southern shelter in absolutely awful condition. She was bald over 2/3 of her body, had open sores and hot spots and was severely underweight and neglected. Ruby has a flea allergy and requires diligent monthly flea preventative. We have her allergies under control with monthly flea/tick meds and grain-free food. Ruby gets along fabulously with her foster brothers and sister; she came right in to her foster’s home and blended perfectly. She has a great nose for critters and is VERY interested in the mice and rabbits on her foster’s property. A cat and small critter free home is a must. Ruby has perfect house manners, but she can counter-surf with the best of them even at her small size. She sleeps on the bed at night and is kenneled during the day. She is house broken and requires minimal exercise, but loves to go for walks. We believe Ruby came from a good breeder, her dew claws have been removed. Her foster family can’t say enough about what a good girl she is.


8 year old chocolate female. Sweet Sadie is almost at the end of her ACL recovery and she’s rearing to go! For an older girl, she’s got a lot of energy. Sadie loves to play with toys and go on walks. Her walks will be increasing in length as she nears the end of her recovery. She is still not allowed to jump into or out of SUV’s, cars or pickups. Good thing she’s a svelte 62 lbs.! Sadie would love to have another dog companion to play with. Keep in mind her activity level is annoying to some senior dogs, but she’s willing to give it a try! Sadie is a total love bug. She enjoys lying next to you on the couch or in bed (if allowed), going on car rides and just wrestling around with you. She is a spunky girl…come and meet her!

SAM #2 --

SAM #2 11 year old black male Lab mix. Sam came to us when his owner passed away, and Sam's foster family reports that he is a wonderful family dog with impeccable house manners. Sam settled in nicely with his foster’s cat and dog with no issues at all, and his foster says he is so loving and attentive. Sam had a lump on his rear leg which was diagnosed as a mast cell tumor. The tumor has since been surgically removed; however, we do not know if it has metastasized, or if it will present again in the future. Some of our volunteers’ own dogs with the same diagnoses continue to do fine after several years. Sam is ready and waiting for his forever home and would make an amazing companion for any family.


SHADOW 8 ½ year old yellow male. Shadow is a great big teddy bear….just loves everybody and at 110 lbs., thinks he’s a lap dog. Shadow is good with other dogs, gentle with children, housebroken and walks great on lead. But, Shadow is very overweight and is low thyroid. This is so easy to deal with, an inexpensive pill every day fixes the issue.


3 year old yellow female. Sunny is a litter sister to Rosa. She is AKC registered and well bred. She comes to us from a breeder who is retiring from breeding. Sunny is beautiful and sweet and has had obedience training. Sunny is not a dominant Lab, she gets along with other dogs and pretty much ignores cats. Sunny is with a foster, learning her potty training and household rules.
UPDATE: Sunny is doing great in her foster home, going on lots of walks and getting the socialization she needs to become a confident Labbie girl! This ray of sunshine will make an excellent family pet.

CCLRR needs more Foster Homes ... can you help save a great dog?


               TASHA 7 year old chocolate female. This beautiful girl is totally obedience trained, housebroken, great with other dogs and loves people. Tasha does have some separation anxiety and dislikes being left alone. She is fine at her foster's home with another dog as a buddy and a doggie door. She gains confidence knowing she can come and go as she pleases when you are home. Tasha also has a condition called Diabetes Incipidus, which has nothing to do with the type of diabetes requiring daily insulin. In Diabetes Incipidus, the dog lacks a hormone that tells them that they have ingested enough water....dogs with this condition drink significant amounts of water and have to go potty very frequently. Diabetes Incipidus is managed with one pill once a day, and her meds can be found on for only $50 per month. Tasha's foster had a Labrador with this condition who lived a perfectly normal, healthy life and died of old age at 15. So, if you want a great, sweet Lab and are willing to keep her on her meds and have a doggie buddy for her, she will fit into your family just fine.


The cat is not all
Bad - she fills the litter box
With Tootsie Rolls.
Dig under fence-why?
Because it's there. Because it's
There. Because it's there.
NEW_DOGS -- look for this graphic -- it will mark the 'new this week' dogs


These special dogs are marked with a border and the designation appropriate

The average dog is a nicer person than the average person.       ~ Andy Rooney

The following dogs are AVAILABLE INDEPENDENTLY of LabRescue.

these listings are added as a courtesy.
CCLRR has not evaluated these dogs and makes no claims as to their health or temperament.
Please use the contact info listed with each dog.


Sydney is a loving little 46 pound black Lab mix. He is guessed at between 1 and 2 years old and was pulled from Sutter County Animal Control. He loves to be near his foster mom and will lean on her lightly. He also loves to sleep next to her. Sydney enjoys playing with his fellow foster dogs and is good on a leash. He could be your new best buddy! If you would like to meet Sydney you may contact his foster mom Kathy at or 530-701-1877



Meet Lizzie!

Lizzie is a 55lb, 9year old spayed UTD, microchipped black Labrador Retriever who is in need of a place she can call home! Lizzie is very healthy and in shape for her age, and is a great walking companion! She is fine around toddlers and young children too. She currently is in a house with several other dogs and has shows no aggression towards any dog. She does get excited to meet new dogs, and does not like rude dogs rushing up to her, but is very good in normal meet and greet situations. Supposedly, she lived with a cat in her previous home, but I cannot vouch for how she is with cats. Lizzie is house trained, crate trained and loves to rides in the car. She has been with me for 4 months now working on off leash control and more basic obedience. She is a very loving Lab that just wants a family to call her own. She has good house manners, doesn't jump up on people and doesn't destroy toys or items in the house. She sleeps on her dog bed next to my bed at night and I never hear a peep from her. Lizzie is a very active and playful girl for her age so she will need a little daily exercise, but is very content to lay at your feet ALL day long too. She is my constant shadow and loves to go on errand trips with me. Lizzie's adoption fee is $50 (to cover the cost of her latest round of shots and vet trip). Her previous owner had no time for her and so she was left alone a lot and was put on Prozac for her anxiety. We have worked with her and she is much more comfortable now, and is NOT on any drugs. She is a lover who needs someone to call her their own.

I can also offer 2 complimentary private dog training lessons for Lizzie's new owners if they are fairly local to Lodi, CA.

Jessica Clough


Spencer is a sweet wise old man. Well, he's not that old since he still likes to romp around and play with his human friends. His ideal home would be a place without small kids where he can get a nice balance of exercise and cuddle time. He would even like to sharpen his mind by taking some reward-based training classes. Spencer believes you are never too old to learn new tricks!
Contact Frances Ho at SFSPCA, (415) 522-3562 or go to
250 Florida Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

We give dogs the time we can spare, space we can spare and love we can spare. In return, dogs give us their all. It's the best deal man has ever made.      ~ M. Ackklam
"Labs like to play on waterbeds. Its something about the squishiness. They romp and twirl, chew on each other. Its really wild."                                                      ... a new Lab "Parent"
For me a house or an apartment becomes a home when you add one set of four legs, a happy tail,
and that indescribable measure of love we call a dog.       ~ Roger Caras


Take one rescued lab, roll and play until lightly pampered, and then add the following ingredients:
1 Cup of patience
1 Cup of understanding
1 Pinch of correction
1 Pinch of hard work
2 Cups of praise and 1 1/2 cups of fun.
Blend well. Heat with the warmth of your heart and mix with owner until consistency is such that owner and labby are one.

If you want a friend for life, get a dog.     ~ Harry S Truman
Old dogs, like old shoes, are comfortable.
They might be a bit out of shape and a little worn around the edges, but they fit well. - Bonnie Wilcox

"It comes to me that every time I lose a dog they take a piece of my heart with them, and every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live long enough, all the components of my heart will be dog and I will become as generous and loving as they are."

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and our LAB LINKS page


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