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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 (7)
 Puppies (6)
 All Adoptables (43)
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Saturday, October 28th
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

ADOPTION EVENT

8501 Fletcher Pkwy
La Mesa, CA 91942

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!


Congratulations to the
Top 4 Chocolate Labs!
Angela, Cocoa Brody, Rio, and Hershey
Pre-Order Your Copy of the
2018 Labrador Rescuers Calendar

The calendar is full of wonderful photos
and heartwarming stories of rescue,
the Top 12 Featured Labs,
and general photo submissions.

They are great for the home and office
and will make great gifts for the holidays!

Place Your Order Today

Orders will ship in late November

Quantities are limited.


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...


We're asking for your help...help to pay 2 year old Scout's EMERGENCY medical bills. This happy, sweet lovebug arrived at an inland empire shelter as a stray, and came down with kennel cough which turned into pneumonia...(read more)



Huckleberry

Huckleberry, also called Huck, was stuck in a shelter as a stray and languished in a local shelter untreated after being hit by a car. Labrador Retriever of San Diego (LR) took Huck in at just 8 weeks old. He sustained traumatic injuries to his left leg and right hip that required immediate surgical intervention. Without rescue and intervention, Huck's short life would likely have came to an end.

Huck underwent surgery immediately and his left leg was amputated. He also had surgery to have his hip corrected. He is healing perfectly and in his foster home until he can be adopted. LR is in urgent need of your help to cover Huckleberry's medical costs and treatment so they can care for more animals like him.

Learn how to support Huck's rehabilitation through The Animal Rescue Site Greater Good by clicking here


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Thank you PEDIGREE FOUNDATION for the 2016 Operation Grant award!




Labrador Rescuers is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501(c)3 corporation (EIN: 81-0646390) serving San Diego County, Orange County, and select areas of the lnland Empire.
Audited financial statements available upon request.

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