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Lab adoption fair Last updated 2/6/2016 6:30 PM

Golden Gate Labrador Retriever Rescue (GGLRR) places over 400 Labrador Retrievers each year in the greater Bay Area (424 in 2011)!  See the Recently Adopted section or Happy Ending Stories for examples of Labs we have placed. We typically have between 5-15 rescued Labs available for adoption with several available Labs added/removed each week from the list below.  There are usually more males and yellows/blacks, with a variety of ages from occasionally puppies through adults and seniors. Some in-demand Labs are adopted before they are posted on this website by our pre-approved adopters.  If you are willing to donate, you can join our pre-approved adopter program to receive early email notification about GGLRR Labs before they are posted on the website (the pre-approved adopter program is not available for the dogs in the Monterey area).  An explanation of the adoption procedure is contained on the how to Adopt page. We also provide a listing of Other Labs available for adoption from individuals or shelters.

Labs Available from GGLRR

Our volunteers donate their personal time & phones so please only call during reasonable hours (8am - 8pm). The Rescue Rep identified in the dog posting is the only person with information about the dog - please only contact the designated volunteer. We do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week; we do not have a facility where the dogs are housed, they are in foster homes throughout the Bay Area.







RILEY: 6 Year Old Yellow Female Lab Spayed 65 Pounds

Riley is an angel and she had an angel looking out for her this week! Riley’s owner took her to the vet this week to have her put down as they no longer wanted to deal with her allergies. The owners would start her on a special diet and medical but then would not follow through. They would leave her in the back yard for long periods of time where she would lick her foot which became raw. The owner had her their entire life but gave up on her and purchased a new puppy. (So sad for Riley!) The angel receptionist at the vet clinic did not feel right about ending Riley’s life so asked for permission from the family to reach out to a rescue for her! She talked to the owner of the vet clinic and they now have her on a special diet – ZD food, they treated her skin, have been giving her medicated baths, put a cone on her so she can’t scratch herself right now, treated her ears and they are seeing a huge improvement in just a week!

Riley is a very sweet girl, loves other dogs, loves loves people and kids, she should not be in a home with cats as she will chase cats. She loves to play fetch, loves to swim and wags her tail for a car ride. She is house trained and will sleep on her dog bed through the night! Riley does need better leash skills, she will pull on her walks!

She has her shots, is heartworm negative, she is spayed, she is microchipped and the current vet has been treating her skin allergies.

(Lab Rescue will be doing a full well check next week on her!)

  If you are interested in making sweet Riley part of your family please, call Rescue Rep Liz 415-613-6374 – liz@jobshopsf.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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HOAGAN: 1 Year Old Male Neutered Black Lab / Mix 85 Pounds

Hoagan and his brother were lost wandering the streets of the Ukiah area and a Good Samaritan picked them up and took them into her home. She already had several dogs and knew she could not keep them but brought them in, fed them, bathed them and gave them a safe place to stay until she could get them to the shelter. She took them to the Ukiah shelter and they called us as they knew since Hoagan was such a great dog we would find a wonderful home for him. (They wanted us to take his brother but he tested positive for heartworm. The shelter is treating him and once recovered they will see if we can take him.)

We have Hoagan at our boarding facility and they love him. He is a very easy dog and does not seem to need much. Hoagan is a GREAT dog, it seems no matter what seems to happen to him; he always has a smile on his face. He is very low key for a young boy. When he was in the home of the person who found him, he and his brother must have been inside dogs as they had excellent house manners. Hoagan loves everything – dogs and people and has no issues with either. We are not sure about cats with Hoagan. Loves to go for card rides, he is not a jumper and would do ok with small kids as long as the family has had large dogs in the past. He does need better leash manners, loves to play with his toys and is fine when he is left alone at the kennel. (He is not a barker.)

We want a home for Hoagan that can take him for 2 walks a day and will continue his training.

Hoagan is a very healthy dog – has his shots and is heartworm negative.

He is located in Petaluma.

  If you are interested in having a happy companion, call Rescue Rep Liz 415-613-6374 or email liz@jobshopsf.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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Bear, 4 Years old Golden/Lab Mix
75lbs should be about 82 pounds neutered up to date on Vaccinations


This gentle giant's owner passed away in Bakersfield and the remaining family members dumped him at a high kill Animal Shelter. Depressed and scared he has not been eating while in a kenneled at the shelter or vet. He is currently being boarded at the vet clinic until another foster opens up. The clinic staff really love him and one technician walks him on her own time and he now is eating when she spends time with him. He just doesn't like kennels.

He is a mix so his coat is longer than the average lab making his name Bear very appropriate. He was at a foster home for about a week and during that time he really opened up and started to show what a great personality is in there. He is genually happy to be near humans and share affection. He walks great on a leash with no pulling. he walks and meets dogs on the walks and strangers with a great calm attitude. On the energy scale of labs he is on the lower side only needing a short walk 2 times a day and then lots of time just in the same room as his new human.

He plays well with other dogs outside, and seemed fine with the fosters outdoor cat. We think he would enjoy being a single dog in the house as energetic young dogs when he's sleeping or cuddling with his person might get a small growl or correction. He's great playing with dogs and at dog parks and on dog walks though. We do feel that until he gets his dog socialization on walks, dog parks or playing until he more confident in his new home and that he belongs with his people.

For more information please contact Sylvana. Text at either 831-402-6600 or 831-596-1700 or email sylstrattn@aol.com.

  For more information please contact Sylvana. Text at either 831-402-6600 or 831-596-1700 or email sylstrattn@aol.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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Lady Winifred "Winnie" 10 year-old Chocolate Female 60lbs spayed and up to date on vaccinations, fecal and Heartworm tested.

Lady Winnie was found as a stray in Bakersfield as so many others are of all ages. Her owner was not located so she was brought up to Santa Cruz to be fostered until she graces her presence on some lucky family!!! She must have had a great family as her house manners are PERFECT. She doesn't jump up, she's house broken, and does not chew!

She is so eager to be with humans that she will lie down and sleep right at the door the last person who was with her walked through so she is right there to share her happiness upon your return. Winnie is still bright eyed and wants to follow you around the house all day while you do chores, go on short walks or play a short game of fetch. She's an avid ball retriever and has such lovely good energy still. She's a happy, happy dog who wags and wiggles her tail all the time.

She walks well on the leash and is easy to control. She gets along with other dogs and even is okay with them being more energetic. If she over exercises she will be stiff in the joints but that does not keep her from keeping up with you. A little doggie inflammatory will help with that. ith a little helping hand or ramp she will happy sleep next to you on the couch while watching the evening TV or in bed. But if that is not an option, a padded dog bed nearby will be her favorite spot. If you want the love, affection and companionship of a lab, with the benefits of well socialized, excellent house skills then Lady Winifred is for you! She is a REAL LADY.

  For more information on Winnie text or call Sara 831-531-7272 or email at sds0416@gmail.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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LEGACY aka “Leggie”: 7-8 Year Old Black English Female Lab Spayed 130 Pounds
(yes that is not a typo – she is 130 pounds)


Legacy needs to find her new home and also find her waistline! Poor Legacy her family loved her so much and felt the best way to show it was feed her!

Leggie is an 8 year old English lab that the owners have had for 3 years. They took her in from a friend who no longer could keep her. She was an inside dog and the owner helped rescue cats so she lived with 10 plus cats and some rabbits – one happy family! Her current owners are getting divorced and need to sell their home and are not sure where they will end up. (They were very upset in having to give Legacy up but they knew it was best for her.)

We think Leggie has not gone on many walks with the current owner and of course she has not been to the gym! (She does love to go for walks and will just waddle along, wagging her tail the entire time.) She gets along with all animals including all dogs, she loves kids and she loves to be with people! She is trained to sit, come, stay but needs some help with her leash manners. You can walk her off leash as she does not run away! (She may waddle away.) Leggie loves to go for car rides and she will even walk over to the car to put her feet in the car but she needs help getting in the car. She is housetrained and will sleep on her dog bed at night. No matter what she always has a smile on her face!

We have her in a foster home and we have started her on her new diet and exercise plan!

She has her shots, is heartworm negative, she is spayed. (Lab Rescue will be doing a full well check next week on her!)

  If you are interested in making sweet Legacy part of your family please, call Rescue Rep Liz 415-613-6374 – liz@jobshopsf.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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Bingo: 2-yr-old unneutered male black Lab 67 lbs

Watch Bingo's videos by clicking on the links above the pictures.

Ten hours from being put down at a central valley shelter, this stray joined the lab rescue program via a wonderful good Samaritan who pulled him out of the shelter and drove him to the SF Bay area. Bingo (that is the name we just gave him) is a young and energetic pup. He is very interested in other dogs, in a playful way. He has no idea what it is like to walk on a leash – lots of room for improvement here. Willingly hopped into a crate in the back of the car and was a gentlemen for a long ride. B-I-N-G-O, and Bingo is his namo.

What Bingo’s Rescue Rep says: We believe he is about two years old. He is thin and needs to put on 10-15 pounds – so he is gonna be a pretty big dog when he fills out. Bingo is a delightful youngster looking for an active home with solid human leadership. He has requested obedience training. He growled at a member of the shelter staff during his temperament test, but we saw no inappropriate or aggressive behavior from him after that. Probably not good for a home with cats and small children. He is currently in Walnut Creek.

  If you are interested in Bingo, call Rescue Rep Dave, 415-686-4248.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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SAMMIE: 6 Year Old Spayed Yellow Female Lab 72 Pounds

Sammie has been with the same family since she was a puppy. The three teenagers are now in college and mom and dad work long hours so decided that it wasn't fair to leave Sammie home alone for so long. She stayed in a 5 x 10 foot kennel on the porch. She was very exuberant anytime a human would come around. She longed to be part of the pack so her family decided the right thing to do was to surrender her to Lab Rescue.

From Sammie's trainer/foster:

Upon arrival to the trainer, Sammie was an anxious excited dog. She needed to learn communication, structure, obedience and to focus. Sammie is now a very happy girl who just wanted to have a good time all the time. She is looking for someone that is very interested in continuing to work on her obedience, teach her tricks and set clear boundaries while letting her experience everything she can about the world. She would love lots of exercise or someone to run with, and wants to engage. She will not do well in a home where she will be alone for long periods of time daily or with a family that is not interested in training as a lifestyle. Sammie could be in a home with another dog or as an only dog. A young dog would better appreciate her energy level. She cannot go to a home with children under 13 years old.

From Sammie's Rep:

Sammie has come a long way since coming to Lab Rescue thanks to her trainer. She is housebroken and sleeps thru the night in her crate. Sammie has had too much time alone and without any structure and this girl deserves to be part of the family. Lab Rescue wants someone who is home most of the day to continue on this new positive path that she has been given. She requires someone with Lab experience as well as being a strong leader, not only in physical strength but a strong leader to continue the structure, guidance, exercise and training. Any children in the house must be in the teenage years or older as she is physically strong. She would make a good partner for a jogger or a hiking companion and her new owner must be committed to lots of daily exercise. A cat-free home is best.

Sammie is healthy, spayed, up to date on vaccinations, heartworm negative and microchipped. She is located in San Pablo.

  If you think you have what it takes to continue working with this beautiful girl please call Rescue Rep Sandy @ 650-303-2436. Please leave good days/times for callbacks.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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Q-and-A with Shadow





Shadow: ~8-year-old black neutered male Lab ~77 lbs

Watch Shadow's videos by clicking on the links above the pictures.

Found as a stray in Stanislaus county, we are quite shocked that no one came forward to claim this guy. Shadow’s resume reads like a fine middle-aged dog: great with people; great riding in the car; happy to hang and sleep in a crate; has a lot of energy; loves to fetch -- even drops the ball or toy in front of you; walks fairly well on leash (a bit out of practice, perhaps); loves the attention of humans; appreciates a good scratching; not a barker; knows “shake” (paws); fairly gentle mouth with treats. So far so good… but… he has shown some snarliness towards other dogs – but this may have been just due to his anxiety over his new surroundings… and not knowing his place in the pack.

What Shadow’s Rescue Rep says: Shadow is in great health -- current on shots, microchipped, and neutered. The shelter put him at 11-years-old, but we think he is 7 or 8. He could to lose 5-10 pounds… and limps ever so slightly on his front left leg. He will fill some lucky family’s home with joy, fun, and love. He is currently in Petaluma.

  If you are interested in Shadow, call Rescue Rep Dave, 415-686-4248.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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DUALLY: 4-5 Year Old Black Male Neutered 80 Pounds

Dually has been rescued a few times and we want this to be his last time!

He was rescued from the shelter in Southern California as his owner had to go over seas for the military and could not find anyone to take his best friend. A animal sanctuary rescued him as they felt he would make a great bed bug detection dog. Dually did not have the drive they needed so they were going to take him back to the shelter but they contacted a trainer in Northern California who contacted Lab Rescue, to see if we would have a spot for Dually. (Are you still following Dually's path?) The trainer from Southern California brought Dually to the trainer in Northern California. We just took Dually into our program and he is being fostered by one of the lead trainers from Guide Dogs.

This is what we know about Dually:

Dually sleeps well in his crate, he does well with other dogs large and small. (He will hang out in the backyard with the other dogs at the trainers with no issues.) Dually has learned quickly to walk in a heel position with a correction collar, he knows sit, down and has a very soft mouth when taking food or treats! He can be left alone with no issues, does not bark or destroy things and rides well in the car. We think he would be fine in a home with cats. Dually loves to swim and play fetch. He would be a great hiking companion. The one thing with Dually we think he has not been exposed to a lot of things. Example: With the foster when they are out for a walk he will bark at the statues in the yard. The foster will take him up to the statues and show him they are ok and then will give him a treat. (After one pass Dually then is fine.)

His foster home just loves him and hopes he will find a wonderful forever home.

He is located on Petaluma.

Medical:

He has all his shots, he is neutered, he is heartworm negative and he is microchipped. (He is a very healthy boy!)

  If you are interested in making sweet Dually part of your pack please, call Rescue Rep Liz 415-613-6374 – liz@jobshopsf.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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DEE DEE: 10 Year Old Yellow Female Lab Spayed

DeeDee came to Lab Rescue through the San Francisco SPCA. She was a breeding dog in Grass Valley and the breeder’s husband died and had to give up all her dogs. DeeDee came in with 12 other yellow females.

All of the dogs come from champion breeding and are the true definition of a LAB. DeeDee loves people, loves other dogs, loves getting attention, riding in the car and seems to be just one happy girl! She is a mellow girl but still loves to go for walks. She will settle in on her bed after a walk and be happy just to hang out with you the rest of the day. She has been crated and we feel she would do well in a home after she knows the routine, she is housebroken. She would be fine in a home with kids and other dogs. We are not sure about cats. She is not a barker and does fine when left alone.

DeeDee needs to work on her leash manners.

She is located on Sonoma.

Medical:

She has her shots, is heartworm negative, she is spayed, has been treated for ear infections and she has been treated for a UTI. She had had a full blood panel.

  If you are interested in making DeeDee part of your pack please, call Rescue Rep Liz 415-613-6374 – liz@jobshopsf.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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GRACIE: 5.5 year Black Female Lab Mix Spayed 65 Pounds

Gracie is a very sweet girl who will be six in April and has lived with a loving family since she was nine months old. She is as Labby as you can get personality-wise and even looks-wise other than for the white stripe on her chest and her ears. She grew up with older kids and now that the kids are grown and out of the house, mom and dad work full time and are gone more than 12 hours a day. She has always been a back yard dog, except for overnight, but being alone for so long is not making this girl happy as she wants to be with her persons. Because of construction in the back yard she has been trying to escape and has been successful. Her owners decided that the right thing to do for Gracie was to contact Lab Rescue so they could find her a new forever home where someone is around a good part of the day.

What Gracie's Rep has to say:

Gracie is described by all as a very sweet girl. We had her evaluated by our trainer and she said along with being sweet she is good with humans, both big and small and also good with other dogs. She has always been very well loved and cared for by her previous owners. It was heartbreaking for them to make the decision to surrender her to us but they knew our reputation and that we would put the utmost care into finding her a home where she would continue to be loved and well cared for. She has been around the previous owner's grandchildren, ages 4, 2 and 6 months (as seen in the photo above.) Gracie will alert bark when someone comes to the door. She is housebroken and rides very well in the car. The vet says she is an ideal patient! She is not food or toy aggressive. Gracie has prey drive, as many Labs do, and will chase cats so she must be in a cat free home. She sleeps through the night on her dog bed at the foot of her previous owner's bed. She needs a little training with her leash manners as she does pull. Some commands that she knows are sit, go, look and wave paw. The word "cookie" definitely gets her attention! We no longer want her to be an outside dog as she wants to be part of the pack and live inside.

Gracie is healthy, spayed, up to date on vaccinations and heartworm negative. She is currently located in our boarding facility in Petaluma and having a great time playing with the other dogs.

  If you want a sweet, sweet girl who wants to be part of your family and you are around a good part of the day to give her love, attention and exercise, please call Rescue Rep Sandy @ 650-303-2436.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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Wilson: ~7-year-old male black Lab 70 lbs

Watch Wilson's videos by clicking on the links above the pictures.




Boy Wilson needs a break for 2016!

56 days in a shelter! This resilient guy survived abandonment by his owner only to languish for nearly two months in a county shelter. He was finally busted out of the shelter by lab rescue, he went to GGLRR’s boarding facility who has trained dogs for Guide Dogs and while he was there she just loved him! She asked GGLRR to bring more Wilson’s! We then put Wilson into a foster home where he did great and we thought we found him his new forever home. Unfortunately not to any fault of Wilson; the new owner is going to have to have surgery and can’t provide the exercise he needs. Though all these hand offs; Wilson has stayed one very happy, happy dog. HE always seems to have a SMILE on his face.

What Wilson’s Rescue Rep says:

When Wilson was at our boarding facility in Petaluma they just loved Wilson! She describes him as sweet and mellow in his kennel. He was great with other dogs and got to play in groups during the day. She thinks he is a dog that would be fine with cats and kids. Don’t let his grey muzzle fool you – he can be quite active when you engage him. He has such a wonderful sweet personality and loves, loves to chase and play fetch with a ball. He loves to go for car rides and he will settle down in the car or sit and look out the window! We have been working with Wilson on his leash manners but he could still use a refresher course on this but really wants to please! He will take treats gently from your hand and will drop the ball for you so you can throw it again. Wilson will make a wonderful addition to your family.

From the foster mom:

Wilson did great in the foster home. She worked with him on his leash manners, she felt him knew some commands, has great energy but not in your face energy.

From the adopter:

Wilson is doing great and he is such a sweet boy. He gets along great with my daughters lab and has settled in nicely. We are very sad that we can’t keep him as he is such a wonderful boy.

Wilson is a very healthy boy and he is current on vaccinations, microchipped, and neutered.

Wilson is located in Petaluma.

  If you are interested in a really sweet boy named Wilson, call Rescue Rep Liz, 415-613-6374 or email liz@jobshopsf.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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Kona: 5-year-old male chocolate Lab 91 lbs

Watch Kona's videos by clicking on the links above the pictures.

Aloha! A direct descendant of Pele (the Hawaiian goddess of fire, lightning, wind and volcanoes), Kona has inherited all of those characteristics. He is one energetic hot chocolate magma of a dog. Along with Jack and Coco, Kona was given up by his owners who were moving to Hawaii and could not take him with them. Kona remains a California dog and will land in a fabulous family here in the Golden State. He is quite energetic and a handful to walk on leash. Incredibly playful. He gets along great with other dogs… not so sure he’d be good with cats.

What Kona’s Rescue Rep says: Kona is in fine health--current on shots, microchipped, and neutered. Deserving of an active family (no small kids please, due to his rambunctious nature), he will need steady leadership, lots of exercise, and some obedience lessons. Kona is located in Petaluma.

  If you are interested in Kona, call Rescue Rep Dave, 415-686-4248.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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Dixie: 1-year-old female black Lab/border collie mix 55 lbs

I really don’t remember my first year being a dog. They tell me I was found on the streets of Fairfield City in mid-October, just wandering… I have no recollection of how I got there or where I came from. I remember being picked up by this big guy in a blue uniform. I remember being driven to the local dog shelter. I’d lost my wallet – so no ID. What happened to my cel-bone? I do remember being paw-printed and given a dog-breathalyzer – which I passed. That’s it. Two weeks in some smelly jail cell with other prisoners barking and yelling. I had no idea what the charges were against me. Geez. “Get me outta here!”, I thought. Finally, a few nice people bailed me out… and off I went to a new home to hang with a family I’d never met before. Maybe I was in the witness protection program… I just don’t know… Not sure why, but I don’t have an affinity towards men. And I also get overlay agitated and anxious when I see other dogs – I think it’s cause I am not sure how to socialize or play with them – maybe I should see a therapist or do yoga. My new family is going to have to be very patient with me – and committed to working with me on my anxieties.

What Dixie’s foster says: Dixie is a delightful lady who is on a long road to normalcy. She is a bit skittish… especially cautious around men. She can also be a bit needy and insecure, so we are working to build up her confidence. Several girlfriends have visited and she approaches them with tail a-waggin. She walks fine on leash with occasional pulling – work in progress – although she gets very excited and unruly when she see another dog. She likes to play with toys and balls. She knows sit and knows what the word NO means. We leave her crate open and when she has had enough she goes in to take a nap. We’ve had few indoor accidents, as she has learned to go to the door to be let out. I think Dixie would love a playmate. She loves our cat and loves to play with him. Her favorite thing to do is run in our backyard, dive in the bushes and roll in the grass. She loves grass!!! I mean she LOVES grass. She races around our backyard, and dives into the grass every time we go out to potty.

What Dixie’s Rescue Rep says: The Dixie queen is spayed, current on vaccinations, and microchipped. She is crate trained… and is happy to relax and sleep in her crate. Dixie gets along with cats (at least the fosters’ cats). She can become very anxious and agitated around unfamiliar dogs. Her dog-on-dog socialization skills need a lots of work. She tends to herd other dogs and small children – using her border collie skills – this can be unsettling for kids and those dogs. She needs signif exercise as an outlet for her energy and anxieties. She’d be a great dog for an active family with older children or with another playful dog. Any human man is her new home will have to be very patient with her as she will likely avoid him like the plague – she’ll be on “Dixie time”. Dixie is a project. She is located in Vacaville.

 If you are interested in Dixie, call Rescue Rep Dave, 415-686-4248.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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HOSS: 8 Year Old Black Male Neutered 90 Pounds

BUDDY: 5 Year Old Yellow Male Non-Neutered 60 Pounds


The owner of Buddy and Hoss was a commercial fisherman and with no work this year he had to move into his mother’s home. The mother has a male small dog that does not like Hoss or Buddy. He will attack them and hang onto their necks and will not let go. (Buddy and Hoss do not do anything but it is very stressful for the family.) We met the two boys and knew they would be a great fit for GGLRR so we took them into our foster program. The boys are very bonded and will sleep on the same bed. We would like to get the two adopted together.

HOSS

Hoss is 8 years old and has been with the family since he was 3 months old. He is a wonderful dog and is a very loving companion. He loves to swim, loves to play fetch and always seems to be smiling. You can let him off leash and will come when they are called, rides well in the car and loves to be brushed. He is housetrained and has excellent house manners. Hoss does need to lose a few pounds and with more walks and exercise they will come off quickly. A couple of years ago Hoss was running and hurt his leg. Hoss has no issues with other dog and we think he would be fine in a home with cats. Hoss is very gentle with food, needs better leash manners and does not jump on you when he greets you. (GGLRR will be taking him to the vet to get this examined but we think he will need an ACL surgery. Lab rescue will pay for the surgery but we are looking for an adopter who can help Hoss get through the surgery.)

BUDDY

Buddy is 5 years old and has been with the family for the last 4 years. (He got Buddy from his sister who took him in as another friend was giving up Buddy. He loves to swim, loves to play fetch and always seems to be smiling. You can let him off leash and will come when they are called, rides well in the car and loves to be brushed. He is housetrained and has excellent house manners. Buddy is very active and when he runs he can cover a lot of ground. Buddy has no issues with other dogs and we think he would be fine in a home with cats. (Buddy does need to be neutered and we are working on getting him into the vet.) Buddy loves to walk around with a toy in his mouth or a towel. He will cry or whine when you leave him alone but then he calms down. He takes food gently from your hand, he does need better leash manners and he does not jump on you when he greets you.

Medical:

Both will be neutered, have their shots, microchipped, heartworm negative and we will work with the adopter on the ACL surgery.

Both dogs will listen to what you ask of them. They have been around kids and would be great in a home with small kids.

They are located in Novato.

  If you are interested in having two wonderful happy Labs call Rescue Rep Liz 415-613-6374 or email liz@jobshopsf.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)
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Kaepernick: 3 Year Old Black Male Lab/Border Collie/Shepard Mix Neutered 65 Pounds


Hi, my name is Kaepernick. Everyone tells me I am named after a 49er, I’m not sure what that means but I bet you I can out run him!

I was adopted when I was 1 and unfortunately my original owner didn’t know what she was getting into with me and didn’t know how to handle my energy. I was left alone 8 hours a day either in the house or the backyard and had no really structure, exercise or guidance. Because of this I realized that I need to find my own outlet for fun. I figured out very quickly that I can clear my fence and check out the neighborhood myself, so I would. My original owner lost her home and was having trouble finding a place that would take large dogs so they gave me to a family while they searched for a place. The family realized rather quickly that they could not keep me. They didn’t have the time or energy to give me what I needed. Even though I was only there a short time I really loved playing with their kids (I hope my new home has some.) So, I was given to my wonderful current home. I was only suppose to be here a few months until my original owners could get a plan in place and get me back, that never happened and due to my current mom’s physical limitations and my dad’s allergies they can’t keep me either so they contacted my original owner and it was decided it was best to start the search for a new home for me. That is how I came to be a Lab Rescue dog. And the search begins….

What Kaepernick’s Rescue Rep says: Kaepernick is a great dog, even though he has had a lot of changes in his short life he has just rolled with the punches. Kaepernick is a dog that needs a job. He needs to go on long walks everyday and he needs something to entertain his brain on a daily basis. He is a very smart dog and would make a great agility partner and he would definitely excel at obedience trials. If Kaepernick is not fulfilled both physically and mentally he can become anxious and look for a way to entertain himself. He has found that fence jumping can be a form of entertainment(this can of course be fixed with the right combination of exercise and mental stimulation). Car rides are not his favorite thing but with time, consistency and training this will improve. Kaepernick is very quiet and well-mannered in the house(when properly exercised) and is not destructive when left alone. We would like him to go to a home where someone is home most of the day at least. A home that is going to give Kaepernick a job is important. He loves kids. An active family with someone who thinks trying agility would be fun is the perfect place for him. Kaepernick would also love to have a buddy to hang out. He loves other large dogs (he tends to herd the small ones.) A home with a balanced large dog would really help Kaepernick learn how to be a dog. Due to Kaepernick’s incredibly high prey drive a home without cats or other small animals is a necessity. Kaepernick is microchipped and up to date on his vaccinations.

If you are looking for an active partner to make part of your family, and have the experience, leadership qualities and time for this amazing dog, and are willing to commit to the structure and exercise he needs, please contact Rescue Rep Jennifer at jdavidson0516@gmail.com.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Orion: 7 year old neutered male black Lab, ~ 80 pounds

We are not taking any more calls for Orion.

Do you like to cuddle? Do you like to fetch? Do you like puppy kisses? Do you like to take nice long walks? Then you should come meet me!

I have a wonderful life, playing with my older Lab brother and sister, but things have changed in my house and now I need to find a new home. My mom used to be around to play with me but now she has to work all the time, so I’m not getting enough exercise, and ok, I admit it, I’ve gotten a little chubby. I like playing with my dog siblings but they are older than me, and can’t quite run around like I can. My mom has sadly decided that it would be better for me to be in a home where someone can take me for walks and play with me, and fetch for me (yes, I will chase the ball, but sometimes YOU will have to fetch and bring it back!).

What Orion’s Rescue Rep says:

Orion is a star! He’s just a chunk of love. When I first met him he wondered about this human who was touching him all over and looking in his ears, but he sat patiently and gave me gentle kisses. He takes treats gently and is very sweet, quite the cuddle bug. Orion does like to chase the ball, but sometimes he gets distracted and you will need to fetch it back (or teach him how to do it all the time!). Unlike Orion’s counterpart in the stars, a belt won’t fit him; he needs to lose 5 to 10 pounds, which should come off pretty easily with regular exercise. Orion does pull some on the leash, so training is in order, but training is always a good thing to do with your new dog; it helps with bonding a leadership and its fun for dog and humans. Orion is a handsome boy, with a beautiful glossy coat. He is very good at checking in with his human and wants to please, which bodes well for making great progress with training. He knows Sit, Stay, Down and Come, and occasionally, Leave It. Orion is good with dogs of all sizes. He currently lives with a dog savvy cat; all the dogs will follow the cat in the yard, sniff him, and then leave him alone. Orion has also lived with chickens, and left them alone too. Oh, and he’s been around kids of all ages, and loves them. Orion rides well in the car, and loves going for rides. He is house safe, and can be left alone in the house for a period of time. He is accustomed to using a doggie door, but can be safe in the house without one.

We would like Orion to go to a home where someone is around enough to keep him occupied and exercised, and will commit to taking Orion to training to refresh on what he already knows, and teach him how to walk well on a leash. Orion could go to a home with another dog, although that is not a requirement. He’s used to being the bottom of the pack and would probably enjoy a home where he’s the only dog, and gets all the attention. We would not want Orion to be alone in the home all day, however. Orion may do fine in a home with a cat as well.

Orion is neutered, current on vaccinations, heartworm free and on preventive, and micro-chipped. Orion is located in Santa Clara. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Colby: 2-yr-old neutered male black Lab ~70 lbs

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We are not taking any more calls for Colby.


This young rocket dog is being given up by his family as they cannot put enough time and energy into his training and exercise.

What Colby’s current owner says: Colby is fun, active, and energetic. He is both house-trained and crate-trained (sleeps in his crate at night). We play with him daily, and he loves to fetch. He knows “sit”, “come”, “drop” and “find your ball”. He generally does great with our kids – our 1-year-old rides him like a horse [bucking bronco?]. He did recently jump on my son to get his hood on his sweatshirt, but he wasn’t growling or anything – just playing a bit rough. He plays great with other dogs, although we haven’t had many opportunities recently to do so – he can be quite anxious and excitable around other dogs. He has nice recall as we let him off leash near the river (he loves to swim) and he stays near and comes when called. Colby does tend to chew anything he can get his paws on, so we’ve had to remove the kids’ toys and other temptations from his reach. He is difficult to walk on leash as he pulls and very excited to be out and about.

What Colby’s Rescue Rep says: Colby is a delightful, energetic youngster with few boundaries. He is quite mouthy… as many young dogs are. Colby has grown up surrounded by small kids, but he does play rough so we are not recommending he be placed in a family with young children. Colby is in tip-top health, neutered, and current on all vaccinations. Probably not good with cats due to his youthful exuberance. Colby’s new family must be committed to attending obedience training with him AND providing him lots and lots of walks and exercise. He is currently in Fairfield. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Adoption Pending (no new calls being accepted on these Labs)

GGLRR wants to make sure people have the latest status about Labs they may have seen on our website so have a category called "adoption pending" which is just like home sales pending, e.g. no new offers being accepted but still working through the details with the expectation that it will close successfully. Most of the time, our "adoption pending" turns into "adopted", so will only accept calls in the rare case when a Lab is moved back to "available".

So why would a Lab adoption be "pending"? When GGLRR places a Lab in a home, we want to make sure it's a great match! Thus, we have a trial period to find out whether all is well with cats and other pets welcoming the new family member. Usually in just a day or two, the adopter knows it's clearly going to work out, but we take the time to be sure. We also move Labs to "Pending" when we've received so many calls about a particular Lab (especially puppies!) that the Rep knows that one of the callers will be a match and doesn't want to get other people's hopes up by accepting more calls.









Guinness: 7-year-old neutered male chocolate Lab 75 lbs

We are not accepting any more calls for Guinness.


Guinness is a great dog who just needs an outlet for his energy. He is calm inside the house, but when it’s time for exercise his name becomes “Bananas”. Grab his leash and he gets very excited... but if you ask him to sit and stay while putting on his leash he cooperates. Guinness pulls on the leash, especially at the start of walks… but gets better as the walk goes on – he will need continued work on properly walking on leash. Very happy and excited boy when meeting new people, a little bit of jumping, but nothing major. Takes treats ok, but could definitely learn to be softer with his mouth. He is a happy, energetic boy who wants to please. Guinness is mostly house-trained, but may mark indoors when first settling in to his new home. He eats his meals alongside the other dog in the home and shares toys and bones, but may give a small growl over some toys – so his owner will have to use caution with toys and resource guarding. Does great off leash in the presence of other dogs -- a quick sniff of the other dogs and off they go, romping, zooming around. Happily chases the Frisbee with the foster’s dog. Great recall too. He is crate trained and will go in the crate without a problem. He also is very good riding in the car. Guinness sleeps through the night in a crate and is also ok in the backyard left alone. He is gentle with small children. Guinness has a happy personality and always wants to be doing something. He can stand to lose a few pounds but he's no couch potato.

What Guinness Rescue Rep says: Guinness is quite healthy… and current on shots, microchipped, and neutered. He is allergic to the Leptospirosis vaccine. Guinness’s adopting family will need to be resolutely committed to providing him plenty (that means “a huge amount”) of exercise and socialization with other dogs... along with training him how to walk properly on the leash. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Shiloh: 2 year old neutered male black Lab/Flat coated Retriever mix, ~ 80 pounds

Shiloh came to Lab Rescue from a family who loved him very much, but did not have the time and resources to give him exercise and attention that a young energetic dog needs. Regretfully they decided they needed to rehome him, and called Lab Rescue.

Shiloh was originally adopted from the shelter, when he was a few months old. He is a handsome boy; it’s not totally clear what he’s mixed with, but he has a long soft fluffy coat with henna-like highlights, loves to play fetch and is a cuddle bug. Shiloh’s family has trained him themselves, and he knows Sit, Stay, Lay Down, Spin, Up, Gentle, Come, Shake and Don’t. He’s so cute when you ask him to “Spin” before he gets a treat! He comes when he’s called, and walks reasonably well on a leash, especially after he’s had a chance to get the wiggles out. He’s good with people of all ages, even kids (whom he loves!), but because of his size he needs supervision if with children under the age of 5.

Shiloh is settling in well at his foster home with his foster sister. He is quite happy to share her toys and they are playing nicely together. He likes tug of war and long walks (of which he needs more!), and then cuddling up with his humans for a nice nap.

Shiloh is generally in good health. Due to lack of regular exercise, he is about 10 or so pounds overweight. This should be easily resolved through managing his diet and giving him regular exercise; with his youth and energy level, he needs at least an hour of exercise (brisk walking, swimming, ball fetching) every day. Shiloh’s other issue is that he has allergies, which result in issues with his skin, and increased risk of ear infection. While allergies usually can’t be “cured”, they can be managed through diet, allergy meds, regular bathing, anthrough use of other symptom management tools. We are working with our vet to get a clearer picture of just what might help mitigate Shiloh’s allergies.

What Shiloh’s foster says:

Shiloh is a happy, energetic guy who is very attentive to his human and canine companion(s). He loves attention, listens when I talk, and will nudge me with a toy to engage if I am otherwise occupied. He shares toys generously and loves a good game of tug o’war (either with his human or canine companion)! He’s an ‘easy’ dog and just enjoys being in the mix. He is also smart, very teachable, and has great manners!

Shiloh is a super sweet dog who deserves a great home. He’s fun, cuddly, and eager to please. Shiloh gets along beautifully with his foster sister, a white Lab who is slightly older. They play together very well, and share each other’s toys.

We think that Shiloh deserves a home where someone is around at least part of the day. While he’s accustomed to being alone while his parent’s work, we’d like him not to be alone so much. A family with another dog to keep him company during the day would work too, as long as they have the time to give him the exercise a young dog like Shiloh needs, every single day. Shiloh is crate trained but because he’s house safe, has not used the crate for a while (he is accustomed to being left alone in the house all day). Shiloh has been trained by his previous family, but we always recommend that new families go to training together; it helps with bonding, puts everyone on the same page, makes it clear who’s the leader, and besides, we know the humans need the training as much or more than the dog!

Shiloh’s perfect family will be willing to exercise him every day, and to consistently do what it takes to manage his allergies so that he is always comfortable and has few outbreaks. Part of this would be leaving Shiloh in the house when he’s alone (the family is gone); this minimizes his exposure to the environmental allergens he’s allergic to.

Shiloh would do well in a home with another dog but he likes to chase cats, and should go to a cat free home.

Shiloh is neutered, current on vaccinations, and we are having him heartworm tested and micro-chipped this week. Shiloh is located in Los Altos, CA. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Scout: ~6-year-old female black Lab/chow mix 67 lbs

We are not accepting any more calls for Scout.


Scout joined the lab rescue program via the Solano County animal shelter after she was picked up as a stray. Turns out she had escaped from her owner’s backyard (loose fence reportedly) multiple times and finally the owner did not want her back. Lab rescue pulled her out of the shelter after determining that she needed some medical attention before she would be ready for adoption. She has a large hot spot on her back, but after a good bath and a little TLC, this seems to be clearing up. She also has a large mammary tumor that is being removed by our vet. So now this wonderful gal is looking for her new forever home. Scout gets along great with other dogs and people. She is just happy to be by your side… and hang out with you. She doesn’t seem to be too interested in toys or balls. Scout is a pretty good walker on leash – she doesn’t pull – but a bit out of practice going on walks. She is more of the calm and gentle type of dog – than the excitable and crazy dog.

What Scout’s Rescue Rep says: Scout is current on shots, microchipped… and about to be spayed. Scout is located in Petaluma. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Jasper: 7-year-old male black Lab/shepherd mix 80 lbs

We are not accepting any more calls for Jasper.


Jasper has lived with children and other dogs… and gets along with all in spectacular fashion. Crate trained in the past, but has not been crated recently. Pulls a bit on leash. His owner reports “Jasper is gentle, gets along with all other dogs, but because he needs his share of attention he can be a little pushy. However, he gets along really well with my 4-year old great granddaughter. They even take naps together on his bed. He's not really good with cats that he isn't used to – he’ll chase them if they run. He has squeaky toys and loves having them thrown so he can retrieve them. He also knows which toy is which.” Jasper is a bit overweight; he hasn’t been getting a lot of walks or exercise, so this extra weight should disappear once he is on a regular walk/exercise regimen.

What Jasper’s Rescue Rep says: Jasper was adopted from GGLRR five years ago but now must be given up by his owner due to owner’s moving and inability to continue to care for the dog. He is on thyroid medication but is otherwise quite healthy… and current on shots, microchipped… and neutered. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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HONEY: 2 Year Old female Yellow Lab Mix Spayed 40 Pounds

We are not taking any more calls or emails for Honey.


Honey was dumped off in the East Bay and was picked up by animal control with another dog. One of GGLRR’s volunteers saw Honey posted on Facebook and decided to go over to see her and do an evaluation to see if she would be a good candidate for GGLRR. (GGLRR helps Labs and Lab mixes throughout the Bay Area. We try to make sure they look “LABBY”. Once we meet them we decide based on their evaluation, if we should bring them into the program.) Once the volunteer met Honey she knew she would be a good fit for us as she was such a sweet calm girl. The volunteer walked up to Honey and said “honey” come here and that is how “Honey” got her ticket out of the shelter and her new name. After spending time with her we are shocked the owner did not come forward to claim her as she is a very special girl.

We currently have Honey at our boarding facility and she is doing great. She is a very friendly girl and loves to be petted. After a few pets she loves to roll over to let you pet her belly. She rides well in the car, she loves to sit there and just look out the window. Honey will need an owner who will work with her on better leash manners. Honey gets to play with a variety of dogs at the boarding facility and she has no issues. She would be great in a home with kids as she is very gentle. She takes treats very gently from your hands and does not jump up to greet you. We are not sure she is house trained and we would recommend the adopter crate her. We are not sure about cats but she is a very sensitive dog and we think she would do fine with cats as long as she was introduced properly.

Honey has her shots, is microchipped, is heartworm negative and is spayed.

She is located in Petaluma. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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SARA: 10 Year Old Yellow Female Lab Spayed

We are not taking any more calls for Sara.


Sara came to Lab Rescue through the San Francisco SPCA. She was a breeding dog in Grass Valley and the breeder’s husband died and had to give up all her dogs. Sara came in with 12 other yellow females.

All of the dogs come from champion breeding and are the true definition of a LAB. Sara loves people, loves other dogs, loves getting attention, riding in the car and seems to be just one happy girl! She is a mellow girl but still loves to go for walks. She will settle in on her bed after a walk and be happy just to hang out with you the rest of the day. She has been crated and we feel she would do well in a home after she knows the routine, she is housebroken. She would be fine in a home with kids and other dogs. We are not sure about cats. She is not a barker and does fine when left alone.

She is located on Petaluma.

Medical:

She has her shots, is heartworm negative, she is spayed, has been treated for ear infections and she has had a dental. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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GRACIE: 11 week old female black Lab

We are not taking any more calls or emails for Gracie.


In American the meaning of the name Gracie is: Grace.

In Irish the meaning of the name Gracie is: An Irish name Grianne, meaning love.

In Latin the meaning of the name Gracie is: Favor; blessing.

Gracie is an 11 week old sweet puppy who would love to grace a new family with her love and blessing of thanks. She originally hailed from the Mid-West but came to California to be a family member of someone who unfortunately has had to surrender her due to medical issues. The decision to surrender Gracie was difficult as she is such a good natured puppy who loves life. Her first “mom” knew that Gracie needed more than she was able to give her at this time in her growth as a puppy and that she needed to have someone with the energy to help her become a good citizen and family member. With love, she contacted Lab Rescue and asked us to help.

Gracie is up to date on shots, micro-chipped, crate trained, and walks well on leash. (Of course, only in approved areas that are safe for a young puppy still needing a few more shots.) She gets along famously with other dogs in the foster home. Hasn’t met the cat, yet.

Foster comments:

We have enjoyed having Gracie in our home. We are working on house-training and even with all the rain she is progressing well….it just takes time (and family participation). Her two foster dog siblings have enjoyed running and playing with her and Gracie respects the word “no” from them. Gracie has slept through the night (in her crate), but that comes with family participation of making sure she’s “untanked” for the night. Having a puppy is a full time job, but it comes with so many rewards! The favor that we ask is that she find a wonderful, forever home.

What we want for Gracie: Home where someone is around, home that understands the exercise a Lab needs and a home that will be committed to her training.

Medical: Gracie needs to be spayed. We will work with the adopters on this. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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MILLIE: 2 ½ Year Old Yellow Female Lab 65 Pounds

We are not taking any more calls for Millie.

Millie was given to her previous family from Make-A-Wish Foundation. The family has a five year old daughter who is going through brain cancer treatments and at the hospital they had a lab who was a comfort dog for the patients. The daughter was asked what she would want as her Wish and she asked for a comfort dog. Make-A-Wish bought Mille from a breeder in Reno and gave the family 6 weeks of training. They took Millie to the training but of course Millie is still a young active girl and was not breed to be an assistance dog. The little girl, who is now 7, is having to go through more treatments and is not well enough to have Millie around her; as Millie is still very active and can possibly knock the little girl over. The kids in the family have never bonded with Millie and the mother is the only one who gives Millie attention. Since her daughter is now having to go through more chemo treatments they decided it was best to find Millie a new home.

What the owner has to say about Millie:

She is the sweetest, friendliest, happiest and just a fabulous girl. (Millie wants to be a lap dog!) She is housetrained - trained to ring a bell by the door to go out, sleeps in her crate at night in the house and will go in her crate if they have to leave the house. She is fine with kids, she walks well on a gentle leader, she is fine with other dogs, she is not possessive wither toys or food, she is fine with cats and she loves to swim.

Lab Rescue took Millie into their program and have her in a foster home: This is what the foster mom has to say about her:

Millie would love a home for the holidays. What an absolute love bug of a lab. Millie is 2 ½ and has lived with a family of 5, that due to the current circumstances knew she deserved more time and attention than they could give. She has been around kids 5 and up and is dog and cat friendly. She absolutely loves people and just wants to be with her family. A very social dog!

She will sleep in a crate at night with the command house and can also be crated when left alone. She is house trained and like al labs loves food. On the smaller side, she is on reduced portions as she needs to lose about 10 pounds. She knows sit, release, stay, heel, leave it, come and down. (Hand and voice signals.) She could probably use a bit of a refresher on her training as she tends to jump up when excited. She has a love for her plush toys and carries them around with her in her mouth. A regular exercise regime of daily walks would be helpful. The foster mom has had her off leash and she has a very good recall and listens well. She loves to go for car rides and will sit in the back seat with no issues.

Millie’s medical:

About a year ago Millie tore her ACL in both legs. The family did not have the money to repair them and Millie has a limp on her left side. She is not a runner but will take gentle walks. GGLRR will be doing x-rays to see if there is anything that can be done at this time but scar tissue has set in and Millie gets around just fine but she does have a limp. Millie has all her shots, is heartworm negative, has had a full blood panel and is microchipped.

Millie is in a foster home in Menlo Park. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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ZEUS: 1 Year Old Male Neutered Black Lab / Mix 85 Pounds

We are not taking any more calls for Zeus.


ZEUS and his brother were lost wandering the streets of the Ukiah area and a Good Samaritan picked them up and took them into her home. She already had several dogs and knew she could not keep them but brought them in, fed them, bathed them and gave them a safe place to stay until she could get them to the shelter. She took them to the Ukiah shelter and they called us as they knew since they were both such great dogs we would find a wonderful home for them. (They wanted us to take Zeus a month ago but he tested positive for heartworm. The shelter treated him for heartworm and he is now clear.)

We have Zeus at our boarding facility and they love him. He is a very easy dog and does not seem to need much. Zeus is a GREAT dog, it seems no matter what seems to happen to him; he always has a smile on his face. He is very low key for a young boy. He gets to play with a variety of dogs during the day and some of the dogs challenge him and he just rolls over. When he was in the home of the person who found him, he and his brother must have been inside dogs as they had excellent house manners. Zeus loves everything – dogs and people and has no issues with either. We are not sure about cats with Zeus. Loves to go for card rides – once he is in the car, he is not a jumper and would do ok with small kids as long as the family has had large dogs in the past. He does need better leash manners, loves to play with his toys and is fine when he is left alone at the kennel. (He is not a barker.)

We want a home for Zeus that can take him for 2 walks a day and will continue his training.

Zeus is a very healthy dog – has his shots, is heartworm negative and is neutered.

He is located in Petaluma. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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ROOKIE: 9 months - 1 Year Old 50 lbs Yellow Female Lab/ Mix

We are not taking any more calls for Rookie.

"There I was cruising around the neighborhood trying to find my way home when a really nice lady stopped to help me. She took me in to her home, put up signs and took me to the vet to see if I had a chip to find my family. After a few days, trying to help me plus her 3 other dogs and a backyard remodel, she realized I might need somewhere else to stay and reached out for help for me so I didn't have to go to the shelter. Lucky for me, a foster family for GGLRR saw the post and offered to take me in. We tried everything to find my family from Fido Alerts, Facebook posts and even filed a found dog report at the Martinez Animal Shelter. It's been almost two weeks now so I think my family must really be lost. There is no way they could just forget about me - after all I'm totally adorable and I try to do exactly what I'm told! It's hard sometimes though since I'm still learning. I think that's why my foster family named me "Rookie". They also have 3 labs that have been showing me the ropes like where to go potty and what's ok to chew, and um, what's not ok to chew on. I know I'm new here but being part of this family has really made me understand what being an inside dog is like and it's pretty amazing. I sleep in a crate and since I'm still learning, have to stay in a crate if my foster mom leaves to run errands. I'm working on learning how to act like one of the big kids but I'm still young and nobody really taught me so I get a little confused when she's not home to show me right from wrong. I love being here but can't wait to find my new forever family!

Foster Report:

Rookie settled in immediately to our home and was obvious she came from a family home. She knows some basics like "no" and sit. She feels horrible if she makes a mistake and hangs her head in shame - it's so cute we feel bad for being upset with her but we know she needs the discipline. She is mostly house trained but still has the occasional accident if the back door is closed. She is very sweet, very playful, socializes really well with other dogs and children. She still jumps some so may not be a good fit for small children. Still needs some work on the leash but loves to go for a walk. She's gorgeous and will melt anyone's heart!

Rookie has her shots, microchipped, heartworm tested and she is not spayed. GGLRR will work on getting her spayed. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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HUEY: Chocolate Male neutered 4 years old


Huey is a handsome, polite, playful chocolate lab. He is very affectionate and is wonderful with other dogs. He's around 4 which is great because he's still full of energy and super healthy but isn't a crazy puppy who steals socks or eats shoes.

He LOVES to play fetch. He's incredibly fit and athletic. He would make a wonderful hiking buddy, running partner or just companion to play ball. He has good recall and doesn't jump up - most of the time. He needs work on the leash.

He is currently living with 2 other labs, one of which is a very annoying 2 year female and he just lays on his back and let's her 'get him' and they wrestle and play and have a famous time.

He's crate trained and doesn't bark. He is great with kids. His foster family has a 7 year old and there is a lot of activity in the house hold and he takes the chaos in stride. He loves to go for rides in the car - he will happily hop right up into your truck or car and has no anxiety whatsoever. The kid in the house wants to make sure that whatever home he ends up in he has lots of balls since he always wants to have one in his mouth.

Huey is being fostered in the Santa Cruz area. (Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Mackie: Black Female - spayed 6 years old 50 pounds


Mackie was surrended to a high kill shelter because the children begged their mom to get them a new puppy. How anyone could have dumped this lovely senior gal makes no sense to us. She's a total lovebug. She's a great size and is very well behaved. She's wonderful with children. She can be left home alone for a few hours with run of the house and is totally trustworthy. There are many good things about adopting a more mature Lab such as no chewing, digging, etc.

Mackie has a very cute smile, takes treats very gently and can be counted on to sleep all night and take a few naps during the day although she has plenty of energy to take long hikes and could make a good running partner. She loves to go for rides but when you're ready to watch a movie or the daily news will cuddle with you on the couch and watch TV. She also gives sweet little kisses but only if asked to do so.

One of her favorite tricks is to grab one of her toys or a sock if you've left one lying around while you're fixing her meals and dance around with it, tossing it in the air and catching it. She's very good on a leash and doesn't get distracted by othe dogs or squirrels etc. She might even be a good apartment dog as she's small, disciplined on the leash and doesn't get into mischief if left alone.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Cal: Neutered Black Male 1 year old


Cal was found in Hollister by a Cal Fire Crew who took him to one of Lab Rescue’s foster family who are active in the Firefighters community. He was very happy, clean and friendly and so they were confident they would be able to find his owner quickly. After days of searching for the owners it was obvious that no one would come to claim this cute, fun, special guy.

His foster family has three Labs of their own and he is great with them. He is also fine with the family cats. He’s not a barker but may whimper a bit if he wants attention. He loves to be with people and is very gentle for his age. He may put his arms up around you as if to hug you but isn’t pushy and will get down as soon as you tell him to do so and is definitely a cuddler.

We would love to see him go to a home where someone can spend time with him. Although the foster family does not have small children we feel he would be fine with children.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Charlie: 10 months old neutered yellow male 62 pounds


Charlie was rescued from a shelter where he was left when his family moved. Lab Rescue saw his handsome face and rescued him immediately. And what a handsome dog he is. But there's so much more to this guy than just his looks. He's a great puppy and with that comes all the energy of a puppy.

Charlie is being fostered in Santa Cruz in a family with two other Labs and a young child. He's great with kids always hoping they will throw the ball for him as he LOVES to retrieve. He will do a big happy dance when someone shows him something to retrieve. He's not particular about who throws the ball for him as long as someone does. He's definitely not fanatical about it though. He loves to go for rides and is quite well behaved in the car. He is not a barker either.

Charlie is a young Lab so he will need exercise and attention and training. He already knows sit and down and his foster is working on his leash training.

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Frieda: Frieda Bonita Bell 8.5 Year Old Female Chocolate Lab Spayed 90 Pounds AKC Registered
Current on vaccinations and health checks. Has had regular check ups all her life.
Diego: Diego San Rio Carmelo 8.5 Year Old Male Chocolate Lab Neutered 120 Pounds AKC Registered
Up to date on vaccinations, up to date on all health checks. Regularly vet check ups all his life.
We would like them to be adopted together.

The family is moving to another country due to the Dad's work assignment and they cannot take the dogs with them. As one might expect the family is totally heartbroken to leave these wonderful, loving, trained and well behaved dogs but they have no choice. They trust Labrescue to find the very best home for both of them. These are truly exceptional dogs.

They helped raise the children in the family and are excellent with babies, toddlers and adults alike. They are perfect with other dogs and live with cats and are great with them. They have perfect house manners and currently stay in the house for 8 hours daily. Labrescue would like to find them a home where they wouldn't have to spend so many hours every day alone. Both are also crate trained although they no longer need to stay in a crate.

They run two miles every day. Both like to retrieve but Frieda likes to do so just a little bit more than Diego. Both love to swim in the ocean and love to run free at Carmel beach. They are both very calm, gentle, sweet dogs. They have perfect recall so can easily be walked off leash in safe areas.

These two are very special dogs who have belonged to a very loving family and lived together their entire lives. Lab Rescue would really like to see them adopted together and in this case two is easier than one!!!!

(Please keep in mind we are all volunteers, most of us work full time and we all have personal lives. I do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient and I will be back in touch with you. When the dogs are in foster homes then it may take longer as we need to touch base with the fosters for updates on the dogs. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week and we do not have a facility that we keep the dogs housed in. They are scattered all over the Bay Area.)

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Recently Adopted from GGLRR!

GGLRR places about a Lab a day! See some of the recent rescued Bay area Labs adopted in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 for examples of colors, genders, and ages that we typically have available for adoption. Or read Happy Ending stories about Labs adopted through GGLRR.

 

Keale: 5 Year old Yellow Spayed Female

Adopted February, 2016! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Lady Bug: 1-2 Year-old Yellow spayed female lab mix 45 Pounds

Adopted February, 2016! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Buddy: 8 yr old neutered male yellow lab

Adopted February, 2016! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Lady: Yellow Spayed Female (55 pounds) 1 year old (born 7/20/2014)

Adopted January, 2016! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Shadow Neutered Purebred Black Lab 4 Years old

Adopted October, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Maxx: 5 Month Old Neutered 41 Pound Black Lab Mix

Adopted October, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sara and all who help Lab Rescue


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RUSTY: 3 yr old neutered 70 pound chocolate male lab.

Adopted October, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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DANNY: 1 yr old neutered male yellow lab, 47 lbs.

Adopted September, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Libby: Female Lab Mix 42 pounds

Adopted July, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Pete: 2 yr old neutered male chocolate lab, 73lbs.

Adopted July, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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MAX: 5 yr old neutered male yellow lab, 93 lbs

Adopted July, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Ace n Andy: 2 black lab puppies 8 weeks old

Adopted July, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Lady: Black Female 6 years old spayed

Adopted June, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Bo: 14 month old neutered male yellow lab 75 lbs.

Adopted June, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Rocco: 7 month old purebred neutered black lab male 70+ lbs

Adopted June, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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BUDDY: 6 yr old Black Male Lab neutered 70 lbs.

Adopted June, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Cali: 3 to 4 year old black female May have some Beagle with Lab. 51 Pounds

Adopted May, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Bear: 2 year old black female 49 pounds

Adopted April, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Lua 3 years old Purebred (papered) Black Female Spayed

Adopted March, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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< Bo: 1yr old neutered black lab male - 70lbs

Adopted March, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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4 male Black Lab Puppies - 8 weeks

Adopted February, 2015! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Lacey: Purebred pedigreed Yellow Lab spayed 5 years

Adopted December, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Natasha: Lab mix spayed one year old 50 pounds

Adopted December, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Abigail (Abbey) and Homer Purebred Golden Retrievers Abbey is 4, Homer is 2

Adopted December, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Frank: 7-8 years old, neutered male Chocolate Lab

Adopted December, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Bud: 11 month old neutered male black lab mix - 60lbs.

Adopted December, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Bella: Spayed 7 year old yellow female

Adopted December, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Sargent: 2 years old Black neutered male

Adopted October, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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JACK: 14 month old neutered black lab about 55 lbs

Adopted October, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Evie: Spayed black Lab mix (Border Collie or Kelpe) 1 year old 48 pounds

Adopted October, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Dakota and Bear Purebred Chocolate Labs 4 years old

Adopted October, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Rex: 10 month old, neutered black lab, 63 lb

Adopted October, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Marty and all who help Lab Rescue


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Felix: Male Chocolate Lab

Adopted October, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Ellie: Spayed Yellow Female 4 years old

Adopted October, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Darma: 3 years old Black female

Adopted October, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Jade: 3 months old, Golden Retriever Mix

Adopted October, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Freddy: Golden Retriever 1 year old neutered male

Adopted September, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Travis: 3 Year Old Yellow Lab Male

Adopted August, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Danny: 2 to 3 years old Neutered Male chocolate lab

Adopted August, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Alex: 1 year old Neutered Male

Adopted August, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Allie: Spayed Labrador Mix (maybe Border Collie) 2 years old

Adopted August, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Annabella: 1 Year Old Black Lab Female Spayed 63 Pounds

Adopted May, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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CRACKER: Yellow Mini Lab mix neutered male 11 to 13 months 35 pounds

Adopted May, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Molly: 2 year old Yellow Female Spayed

Adopted May, 2014! Thanks to Rescue Rep Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Roxy: 10 Week Old Non-Spayed Black Female Lab/Border Collie Mix

Adopted March, 2014! Thanks to fosters Theresa and Geri and to Rescue Rep Sandy and all who help Lab Rescue


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Caesar : 1 year old neutered male 60 pounds

Adopted March, 2014! Thanks to Sylvana and all who help Lab Rescue


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Gunner : 8 year-old neutered yellow male Lab 80 lbs.

Adopted February, 2014! Thanks to fosters Janet and Amanda, everyone at UC Davis who has helped Gunner, and all who help Lab Rescue


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Choco (now Zoe): 8 Month Old Chocolate Non-Spayed Female 60 Pounds

Adopted February, 2014! Thanks to K9 Country Club and Rescue Rep Sandy, and all who help Lab Rescue


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