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Rescue Dogs Rule!


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Labrador Rescuers has been dedicated to the noble cause of rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming Labrador Retrievers for two decades.


Founded with a specific focus on aiding Labradors with medical needs, Labrador Rescuers has built a robust network of partner veterinarians who share in our mission. Through our tireless efforts, over 5,600 Labradors have been given a second chance at life.

The dogs taken in by Labrador Rescuers often require extensive medical attention due to various issues such as injuries and wounds, neglect, surgeries for hip and knee problems, cancer treatments, eye and ear conditions, limb amputations and other significant medical needs.


Despite the challenges, Labrador Rescuers has remained steadfast in our commitment to providing these animals with the care and support they deserve.

The success of Labrador Rescuers wouldn't be possible without the unwavering support of our dedicated supporters. Whether through donations, volunteering, or spreading awareness, every contribution has helped make a difference in the lives of countless Labrador Retrievers.


As we reflect on our past accomplishments, we remain hopeful and determined to continue our mission for many years to come, ensuring that more stray, abused, neglected, and abandoned Labradors find loving forever homes.

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Adoption Event
April 20th 11 - 1

Deckers Dog & Cat

3055 Clairemont Drive San Diego, CA 92117


Come Visit Labrador Rescuers At Walk For The Animals NTC Liberty Station, May 4th From 7am - 11am


Fosters Needed

Consider opening your home temporarily to a dog in need. Fostering is an important step on a pet’s journey to their forever home. A home environment is best for their health and wellbeing. Fostering dogs in a home environment allows them to thrive in a home setting and practice forming bonds. Fostering a dog is a highly rewarding way to assist Labrador Rescuers.

Spotlight Dog



Foster Update


Sophie is a real sweetheart and follows us everywhere. She pulls a bit when you start to walk but then settles down after a few minutes. We typically walk about 2 miles. She does jump up and puts her paws on you when excited. We have not had any accidents since the first two days, we do take her outside frequently. Sophie sleeps well in her kennel and goes right in without hesitation. When I can’t take her with me I leave her in the kennel and she is good.

Sophie would prefer to be the only dog in your home.

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