The Dallas / Fort Worth Labrador Retriever Rescue Club is dedicated to alleviating needless death and suffering of homeless or misplaced pure-bred Labrador Retrievers. We will provide education about responsible dog ownership, including, but not limited to counseling on behavior and obedience training, sterilization (spaying and neutering), and veterinary care. We will seek out loving homes for these labs, and provide quality interim care and rehabilitation through volunteer foster homes and veterinary intervention.
Who We Are
The Dallas / Fort Worth Labrador Retriever Club Rescue Program is sometimes the last chance to prevent the needless destruction of Labrador Retrievers. By rescuing and rehabilitating homeless Labradors and by vigorously promoting responsible dog ownership in our community through active participation in pet-related events and through our own education program, we strive for a better life for each of our animals. The Labradors in the rescue program are usually strays, refugees from a pound or shelter, or owner relinquished. Most of the dogs are young adults, not puppies. Rescue labs are spayed or neutered, vaccinated (rabies, distemper/parvo, bordatella) and heartworm-tested before they are placed
Adopting a friend
Please visit our website for information on adopting one of our Labs.