Labrador Retriever Rescue in Florida: LRROF
If you are looking to adopt a Labrador Retriever in Florida, one of the rescues you should check out is Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida. According to their website, this rescue has been around for over 20 years and is dedicated to placing abandoned or mistreated Labradors in new loving homes. Due to the unending efforts and talents of dedicated volunteers, this rescue is known to be one of the most successful Labrador Retriever Rescues in Florida. As part of their dog rehabilitation program, they provide veterinary care and foster homes for their dogs. Before adoption, each dog is carefully studied to evaluate its personality, potential behavioral aspects and energy levels.
Within their adoption process, you will have to complete several steps and it can take a few weeks before you will be able to see the adoptable dogs. You will need to complete an online application to tell the rescue more about your family and your home. Then you would have to go through a Home Visit and a Vet check, after which you could be matched with a dog. For families with small children, this Rescue’s policy is for the dog to have a positive history with small children, which helps protect you and your family.
Apart from adopting one of their dogs, you could also volunteer for this Rescue. Foster Homes are always needed and are a keystone of the whole operation, according to their website (This Rescue does not have a facility). Foster parenting a dog is a great opportunity to help and to learn more about dogs in general and Labradors in particular. You could also help do home checks, assist with the website and phone system, help with transporting the dogs from one place to another. You could even be a coordinator for an area of the state where the rescue currently is not represented. You could also help with fundraising. Whatever you do, it’s a great opportunity to get involved with a good cause and help the dogs in need to find a new home and a new life.
If you are interested in adopting a Labrador Retriever from this Rescue or helping them as a volunteer, please visit their website.
All donations go straight to the Rescue you are donating to. This website (allrescue.org) does not collect any donations.