Whenever possible, GGLRR will post Labs for individuals who must find a new home for their pet. Dogs on this page have not been met and evaluated by GGLRR and are not part of our program. We only provide this listing service as a courtesy for a month to Northern / Central California Labs and assume no responsibilities for the dogs posted on this page. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a dog you would like us to post on this page and provide the posting as you would like it to appear on the page.. Please note since we are a Lab Rescue, we only list Labrador Retrievers or Lab-mixes that appear to be mostly Labrador.
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For additional dogs in need of new homes, please search:
- Adopt a Pet (search for Labs in many shelters and rescue organizations)
- PetFinder (search for Labs in many shelters and rescue organizations)
- PetHarbor (search for Labs in all California shelters)
- Lab Links and Resources for more links to specific shelter and rescue websites.
Labs and Lab Mixes Available from Others
Zuo: 5 year old Male Lab
Loving and Beautiful Lab Needs A Good Home
Black Lab, male (probably a Lab mix, though could be pure English Lab ).
Exceptionally Handsome and Loving
About 5 yrs. old, healthy, youthful temperament, energetic, 80 lbs., neutered, all shots. Feed with non-grain food like Diamond Natural Grain Free. Requires exercise, fence or leash.
Raised on ranch. No experience with cars or traffic.
Comfortable running or walking on leash.
1-2 year old Labrador mix
This extremely loving lab mix needs a forever home. She is calm but plays a little with my small terrier. She is great with kids and cats. She growls a little when meeting new dogs but eventually gets along with all of them. I can only have one dog so she will go to Animal Services if I don't find a home or foster for her soon. I love her as much as my own dog so I am trying everything to keep her from Animal Services. She is female, not spayed and I am not sure of her age but people think she is 1 to 2 years old. (NOTE: Lab Rescue strongly advocates spay/neuter and requires it for all dogs we place).
Please call Jennifer at 925-231-5880
or email Jennifer.email@example.com if interested.
Naia: 6 year old Labrador mix
Naia is a 6 year old Labrador mix. She is spayed and vaccinations are up to date.
I have had Naia since she was 8 weeks old. I have to re home due to personal, unforeseen reasons. Unfortunately, she is under socialized and does not get along with most dogs. I believe that with proper training and introduction it can be a possibility. At one point of her life, she used to do well with other dogs ( she lived with 3 dogs in the past ) . I don’t know what happened other than a small dog attacking her.
Naia is very loyal and protective to her people . She’s skittish around people and it’ll take a little for her to warm up to someone but once she does she’ll be the perfect companion.
She loves squeaky toys, loves to play fetch, go on walks, go swimming, loves to eat, loves car rides.
She can be both energetic and also pretty mellow. She loves to hangout wherever we are.
She hasn’t been around kids other than my son and nephew.
She is crate trained and potty trained.
Something that Naia hates are fireworks and thunder.
Please call Cecilia at 707-637-6053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhett: 4 year old, neutered male lab mix
Rhett is estimated in the 4 to 5 year old range and is about 55 pounds. We believe he is mixed with a Ryukyu-ken dog which is a breed of dog that is indigenous to the Ryukyu Islands of which Okinawa is a part of. He is a beautiful tan/brindle color and he is really great dog that would do well in most homes. He loves children and has been fostered with a child or two for his entire time in foster care. He would likely do better with older, sturdier children (8+) because he's still working on house manners and not jumping up on people. He is good with most other dogs with a proper introduction but does have some resource guarding with his crate (and other dogs). He is good with cats also (being fostered with 2).
Rhett's vaccines were just updated, he is neutered, micro-chipped and we treated his heart worms last summer (June/July) and he is now heart worm negative.
Rhett does know some basic commands and loves to go on walks, however he does pull a fair bit on the leash. We've tried several different harnesses with him and he's now using a 2 Hounds Freedom Harness which seems to slow him down. He could benefit from working with a trainer on his leash skills and meeting dogs while out on walks.
For more information about Rhett
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Even with all our volunteers, it costs a lot to save and place ~250 Labs a year. There are costs to bail-out these dogs from the shelters along with vet and temporary kennelling costs when no foster homes are available. Please consider a donation of cash, vehicle, or even your time through volunteering.