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    Labrador Rescuers
  P.O. Box 221038
  San Diego, CA  92192-1038
  619-819-0234
  E-mail: doginfo@labrescuers.org
 
Adoptable Animals:

 Seniors (9)
 Puppies (2)
 All Adoptables (44)
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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine

Lab Amore’ is one of our largest annual fundraising events. It is an elegant evening of cocktails and Hors D’ oeuvres, gourmet dinner, and exciting live and silent auctions! Pulse! Live Art with Heart! will also join us again for a live performance. You don’t want to miss this event!

Labrador Rescuers is a 100% volunteer organization. We rely solely on donations and fundraising events to continue our mission to Rescue, Rehabilitate, and Rehome Labrador Retrievers and Lab mixes. We hope that you will join us for this wonderful event.

Visit the Lab Amore page to learn more. Seats are limited for this event. Purchase your tickets early! This event will sell out!

For more information, contact us at events@labrescuers.org



Saturday, August 8th
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

ADOPTION EVENT

3994-A Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego, CA 92117

Directions


Do you have old cell phones? Empty ink and/or toner cartridges that need recycling?
Bring them to the event and we'll turn them into cash for the Labs!


Annual Labrador Rescuers Calendar Contest

Your votes will decide the Featured Lab of the Month!

Polls are open until August 9th for
the Featured Labs of the Month*

*Featured Lab of the Month photos must be of dogs adopted from Labrador Rescuers
Photo submissions for the FINAL Period of the 2016 Calendar are now open
Click here for more details





Lilly

Lilly (sadly aka Little Foot) was turned into LR on 7/12/2015.

Lilly is a very beautiful, purebred Black Lab, 4 years old, who was turned in by a breeder, who could no longer afford her, and her mother and sisters. Lilly was adopted at a young age, but returned shortly afterwards, with no rear left foot. We are not clear on the details, but it is thought she must have lost her foot to a car or truck running over it. Oh, the pain she must have endured as a pup.
The wound has healed over, calloused, but the nerve endings and/or sharp bone still cause her pain, and she will only gently tap the remaining part of her leg to the ground. Lilly has been living without a rear left foot for approximately 4 years, which has caused her body to become unbalanced, resulting in left front leg elbow dysplasia too.

We would like to help Lilly by getting her a prosthetic foot, so she can once again walk normally, like she did as a pup and, in addition, take the pressure off that elbow. This will require scans and possibly surgery to prepare the leg for the prosthesis.

If you can help by donating towards Lilly's care, Labrador Rescuers would be so very appreciative. Any $ donation will help.

She is just the sweetest, gentlest little girl. Let's help her run again, like she did once before.

Thank you for your help!








Introducing Labrador Rescuers Private Reserve Wine Collection



If you cannot Adopt: Foster
If you cannot Foster: Sponsor
If you cannot Sponsor: Volunteer
If you cannot Volunteer: Donate
If you cannot Donate: Educate, Network, Spread the Word

EVERYONE can do SOMETHING to HELP SAVE A LIFE



Foster Families Needed

Become a Foster and Save a Life!
Share your Home and Your Heart
with a Lab in Need
These amazing animals are sitting in shelters and boarding facilities waiting for a foster home and without Foster Families they are at risk.
You too can help and Feel Great Saving a Lab by Fostering them and providing the support, training, and love they need to find their forever family.
Contact us now at 619-819-0234, doginfo@labrescuers.org, or click here to learn more...



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