Labs N More Puppy Rescue is a 501(c)3 nonprofit group run by a small team of volunteers. Although we have helped many Labradors, we also help both puppies and adult dogs of many different breeds. We do have some limitations on certain breeds based on what our foster homes are comfortable with. All of our dogs are placed in our foster care system, we do not have a facility. Please help our volunteers by supporting Labs N More via our online Avon fundraiser. Go to: www.youravon.com/andreamchugh, click on "online events" and shop away! Please remember to use the code "labsnmore" for the rescue to get credit. Orders over $30.00 have free shipping. The event runs until the end of January. Avon is more then cream and cologne. There is home decor, clothing, items for kids, "N More."
Adopting a friend
Once you decide to adopt, our adoption procedure requires an application with two personal references and a vet reference. All applicants will be screened and phone interviews conducted. Dogs will remain at the foster home until screening is complete. Potential adopters will meet the dog in the foster home. Dogs will be vet checked, have up-to-date shots, dewormed and be on heartworm and flea/tick preventative (when appropriate). All dogs over 6 months of age will be spayed or neutered prior to adoption. In many cases our puppies can be spayed or neutered early as well, but sometimes this is not in the best interest of a pup for health reasons. Unaltered puppies will be placed with a sterilization agreement. Please email email@example.com for more information. An application can be emailed to you in Microsoft Word format or sent via postal mail or simply click on the Adoption Application link in the navigation links.
Where Does My Adoption Fee Go?
100% of the adoption fees goes towards the dogs. No one at Labs N More is paid a salary. The majority of the fee goes towards vet care for the dogs. A portion goes to pay fees associated with running a rescue (bank fees, government paperwork filing fees, shelter and transport fees and donations to help other rescues & shelters, etc). And the little bit that is left goes into a savings account for unexpected events such as emergency vet care or additional medications that some dogs may need.
Things to Consider When Adopting a Puppy or Dog