Friday, January 17, 2020

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Lab Rescue of L.R.CP., Inc.


Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption
Photo: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson
WOOF! Meet my pawsome new friend Bruce from Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.. "Lab Lady" brought him by for you to meet! He is looking for a "Forever Home!" with humans to love who will love him too! He needs to go to a home with another dog so he can learn to be the bestest-dog-he-can-be!

Bruce is around 4-years-old, a Yellow Labrador Retriever, who is looking for a "Forever Home!" in a single-family house located in a rural or suburban setting. He requires a physical fence!

Bruce is learning how to walk on a leash using an EZ-Walk harness. He loves taking walks in the woods and exploring!

He likes to meet other dogs! He is good with cats.
Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption
Photo: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson

Bruce hasn't engaged in much play yet but he enjoys carrying around a ball or toy in his soft mouth! He'll give it up, almost immediately, when you ask for it! He is not possessive of his toys or food. Barkingly, he DOES like to hog his human's attention. WOOF! Can't say I blame him! He enjoys wandering around the yard and going for car rides.

Barkingly, he is learning new commands so he'll know who is boss! WOOF! He will need an adopter who will enforce boundaries from day one! Barks, he seems to be a dog who might try to take over if given the oppawtunity!

Bruce always seems to have a smile on his face. He is one happy fella. Barkingly, he hasn't barked yet! View his video, Bruce! He can be a bit goofy too!

Lab Rescue has no history of Bruce having lived with mini-humans. He is approved for mini-humans ages 10 and up.

WOOF! To learn more about adopting a Labrador Retriever from Lab Rescue, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide.

Barkingly, if you would like to meet or apply to pawssibly adopt sweet Bruce, pawlease complete the Lab Rescue Dog Adoption Application.

Do you love Labrador Retrievers but are not able to adopt? How about considering sponsoring Bruce? Sponsoring Bruce provides financial resources for his food, care, and Veterinary needs. Interested? Pawlease visit Sponsor!
Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption
Photo: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson




Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption


Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption

Friday's Friend! Cat Adoption, PetConnect Rescue


Cat Adoption
Photo: PetConnect Rescue
Creative: Allen Pearson

Meows, purrs, every week that I write my cat adoption posts, I am thankful for the work that the volunteers do to help cats and kitties find their way to "Forever Homes!" and humans to love who will love them back! Purr... purrs... a rescue helped me find my humans and that makes me even more thankful.
Cat Adoption
Photo: PetConnect Rescue
Creative: Allen Pearson

This week, my friend "Cat Lady" from PetConnect Rescue brought by a beautiful young kitten named Elsa for you to meet! She would love to find a "Forever Home!" with humans to love who will lover her back!

Meowingly, Elsa is around 10-months-old, moderately active and would make wonderful kitty companion!

Elsa is affectionate and playful! She loves being with humans, other cats, and is young enough she could easily learn to live with a cat-friendly dog!

Paws, Elsa is up-to-date on preventatives and vaccinations!

Meows, to learn more about cat adoption with PetConnect Rescue, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide!

Paws, if you would like to meet Elsa or apply to pawssibly adopt Elsa, pawlease complete the PetConnect Rescue Cat Adoption Application. Once the application is submitted, one of their Adoption Coordinators will contact you! Meows.

Unable to adopt? Pawlease consider supporting Elsa financially. Donations will assist with her care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other cats at PetConnect Rescue. Interested, pawlease donate HERE!

Cat Adoption

Cat Adoption


Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Healing Hearts Animal Rescue Group

Dog Adoption
Photo: Healing Hearts Animal Rescue Group
Creative: Allen Pearson
Woof! WOOF! Barks, please meet my new friend from Healing Hearts Animal Rescue Group! David is looking for a "Forever Home!" and humans to love! Barks. He would love a fenced-in yard where he can run and explore!

Dog Adoption
Paws, David is around 5-years-old and a Cattle Dog mix! He is truly one the sweetest and kindest dogs the rescue has ever seen! Barks!

Barkingly, David was found in a yard with another dog and had been living there for quite a while after his human died. He arrived at the rescue with no hair due to neglect and poor nutrition but his hair is growing back nicely. WOOF!

WOOF! David gets along well with other dogs and loves humans. 

Barks, if you would like to learn more about how to adopt a dog from Healing Hearts Animal Rescue Group, please visit their Adoption Guide!

Woofingly, to meet or apply to pawssibly adopt David, pawlease complete the Healing Hearts Animal Rescue Group's Dog Adoption Application.

Barks! Are you unable to adopt but pawsitively love dogs? Woofs, how about supporting David financially? Donations will assist with his care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other dogs at the Healing Hearts Animal Rescue Group. Pawlease donate HERE!

Dog Adoption

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Operation Paws for Homes

Dog Adoption
Photo: Operation Paws for Homes
Creative: Allen Pearson

WOOF! This week, I came across my buddy Voltrob, but you can call him Max, at Operation Paws for Homes looking for a "Forever Home!" and humans to love! Barks!

Paws, he is a handsome fella approximately 4-years-old and guessed to be a Shepherd/Inu mix!

Voltorb enjoys cuddling, getting his tummy rubbed, and giving kisses! Barks, He is one happy puppy that always has a smile on his face! He likes to talk when he is happy, enjoys going for long walks and exploring!
Dog Adoption
Photo: Operation Paws for Homes
Creative: Allen Pearson

Voltorb is house- and crate-trained, though he does best not being crated during the day. He likes sleeping in it at night.

Voltorb does well with respectful mini-humans.

He gets along with most dogs he's met and will need a home with another dog! He gets along with the kittens in his foster home!

Pawlease visit his video, Voltorb's Video!

Voltorb's say his pawfect parents will give him yummy treats and play ball with him.

Voltorb recently had Medial Patellar Luxation (MPL) Surgery! The pawnderful Veterinarian who did his surgery said he is finally ready to find his "Forever Home!" and humans to love! He can do everything a dog can do: take walks, go for power walks and even play fetch now!

To learn more about dog adoption with Operation Paws for Homes, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide

WOOF! If you would like to meet or apply to pawssibly adopt Voltorb, pawlease complete the Operation Paws for Homes Dog Adoption Application

Barks, are you unable to adopt? WOOF! How about supporting Voltrob financially? Donations will assist with his care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other dogs at Operation Paws for Homes. Interested, pawlease donate HERE!

Dog Adoption
Photo: Operation Paws for Homes
Creative: Allen Pearson

Dog Adoption
Photo: Operation Paws for Homes
Creative: Allen Pearson



Dog Adoption

Dog Adoption

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League!


Great Dane Dog Adoption
Photo: Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League
Creative: Allen Pearson

WOOF! WOOF! WOOF! My pawsome friend "Miss Sandy" from the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League brought by a sweet 2-year-old playful Harlequin Great Dane for you to meet! She is one of those pawsome love-bugs who loves to love!

When has been diagnosed with a torn ACL and is going to need extensive surgery to help her get back to her bouncy-energetic-self!

Chloe was surrendered to the rescue by her owner due to fighting in the home with other dogs. It's not known who started the tiffs, barkingly, but Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League know Chloe has been a sweet gentle lady in her foster home! WOOF!

Chloe will be having her ACL surgery before she will be allowed to be adopted. The Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League is asking for donations to her surgery and recovery therapy as she is facing an uphill climb back to health.  Donations are tax-deductible and will go directly to the care of these gentle giants. Please consider donating today. Please donate!
Great Dane Dog Adoption
Photo: Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League
Creative: Allen Pearson

Great Dane Dog Adoption

Great Dane Dog Adoption

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Wildfire Relief! Help the Koala Bears!

I'd Rather Be WIth My Dog
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Barks! We are an affiliate of I'd Rather Be With My Dog and receive a small percentage of the sales. WOOF! In this case, any profits will be donated back to help the Koalas!

WOOF! WOOF! WOOF! I don't normally write about anything but dogs and cats and helping them get adopted but when I got this email from I'd Rather Be With My Dog about helping the Koala Bears in Australia during these horrible wildfires, I had to share with you the fundraising campaign with you.

Can you resist the cute faces of the Koala Bears! I know they make me want to fly to Australia and bark out all the fires and rescue these guys!

Barks, how can we help? ANYTHING you buy from the I'd Rather Be With My Dog website will directly benefit the wildlife organizations working around the clock to save the animals! WOOF! WOOF!
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The organizations have specifically asked for soft blankets, small onesies, and sweaters with you can get from our rescue bundles. To donate a rescue pack, pawlease visit Koala Rescue Pack!

WOOF! Barkingly, I'd Rather Be With My Dog has made a special "Koala Shirt," which they will be donating 100% of the profits. BARKS! To purchase a Koala T-Shirt, pawlease visit Koala T-Shirt!

And last but not least, use the YAY15 code, it will take 15% off your order! Barking, thank you for helping the Koalas! Let's make a big impact!

Pawlease note, we have used different links than our affiliate links so we should NOT receive any profit from this campaign. All funds will benefit the Koalas. If we should receive any money, we will donate it.

Barks and Paws, MEOWS and Purrs too.

Help The Koala Bears

Monday, January 13, 2020

Thank You Law Enforcement!


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"Thank You!"
Photo by Howard Riminton on Unsplash

WOOF! WOOF! Barks, last Thursday, January 9, was "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day!" We discovered it while we were updating and creating our calendar files for 2020. Since it seems the Law Enforcement receives quite a bit of negative publicity these days, we wanted to give a huge-


WOOF! WOOF!

MEOW! MEOW!

THANK YOU!

to everyone who works in Law Enforcement! We appreciate the work you do to protect us and carry out the duties of upholding the law!

Saturday, January 11, 2020

Why Do Cats Rub Against You?


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Cat owners often complain of being unable to understand their four-legged best friend’s mood and attitude towards them. These tiny little creatures are not so tiny after all and can become really complicated as their gestures are usually a result of fear or stress that can be difficult for the owner to decode. Fortunately, your cat rubbing against your leg or body or when it pushes its head in you is a positive sign. These activities indicate that your pet is trying to convey that it missed you while you were away or wants to spend some quality time with you. It is more of an action that gives birth to an amicable relationship between you and the cat as it is finally showing its acceptance and love for you. Unlike dogs that happen to be really expressive and show their liking and disliking out-right, cats often tend to keep their emotions to themselves. But there are some ways that distinctly allow the owners to understand what their cat really wants.

Among the various reasons why your cats rub against you, it is essential to understand their body dynamics, which can help you understand why they rub their heads against you or other objects specifically.

Scent glands in Cats

Located in numerous places on a cat’s body, scent glands play an important role in a cat’s behavior. Right below the chin, the ears, the temples, the area near the base of the tail and corners of the mouth all contain the scent glands. Therefore, cats usually rub their entire head with your legs or other body parts to adopt your scent and remember their place of belonging the next time. Cats use this methodology to feel relaxed and ease out their feelings of anxiety or stress as they get a warm welcome in return by their owners.
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Reasons why cats rub against you
Their way of greeting
Coming home after a long day or being out for a long period of time makes your pet miss you, much like how we miss them. Upon return, they may engage with you without really expressing their feelings. This is mostly because cats will not allow you to understand them inside out unless they are at complete ease with you. That’s what cats really do. Therefore, head-bunting or butting is a sign of affection from a cat who is trying to express how much it missed your presence while you were away. Some cats start circling you or come closer so that they can gradually come into contact with your body.

Marking their territory
According to experts, one of the main reasons why cat rub themselves against their owners is to mark their territory and combine the familiar scent of their groups or people they love. This provides them a sense of belonging and feelings of protection and safety around the person they rub their heads. Cats take a lot of time to accept someone as their ‘own’, but once they do, they will illustrate their love and compassion in their own ways.

Gaining Attention
Researchers in animal behavior state that cats often use this mechanism to gain attention of their owners during times where they want to be loved or taken care of. They will constantly rub themselves on your leg or an area where you will take immediate notice, only so that you can rub their head or stroke the area behind their ears in return.

Comfort zone
Placing itself in a vulnerable and weak position, the cat tries to come out of its comfort zone by creating a new one around you. This means, involving you in its group of individuals your cat trusts. This may take a long time as felines are known to be not very friendly pets, initially. They take their time to open up and express their likeness for you. This means building a new zone of comfort around the owner. Rubbing its head against your body is a major indication that this certain point has been reached.
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Depositing scent
One of the reasons behind this rubbing behavior is to deposit their scents on the object they feel attracted to. Often, cats are seen rubbing themselves against tables or sofas and other objects to adopt the scent and deposit theirs in order to mark their space.

Gathering Information
As strange as this sounds, cats will often rub themselves against new people coming into your house only to have an idea of where that person came from and whether he or she has pets or not. Through this method, they choose to adopt a certain manner of conduct with the new person and act that way. They immediately register the guest’s scent and if they are greeted amicably, they tend to develop a liking for that person. A cat’s judgment regarding another person should definitely be trusted.

Down memory lane
According to animal experts, head-bunting is a way of expressing affection towards the owner, a method learned by cats through their mothers. As kittens, these cats rub their heads with their mother and siblings to exchange a sense of love and belonging. As they grow up, they feel the same need to share their feelings with their human owners, whom they place their complete trust in. It acts as a form of greeting, welcoming, and accepting the other being. If your cat is rubbing its head against you a lot, lately, then consider at as a positive sign because it is giving you a signal that you have finally been embraced and accepted. Your cat has finally chosen you and we all know how big of an accomplishment that is!

About the Author:
Ivan is a content manager for Catify, an online store selling cat-themed gifts, apparel and more. If he’s not writing the next article on Catify he’s hanging out with his Maine Coon Jimmy.

Friday, January 10, 2020

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.

Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption
Photo: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson

WOOF! WOOF! Barks, it wouldn't be Friday, or at least not seem like it is, without a visit from my friend "Lab Lady" from Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. She and a bunches of volunteers have been so pawfully busy working to assist so many Labrador Retrievers to find their "Forever Homes!" and humans to love! This week, "Lab Lady" brought by a handsome Yellow Labrador Retriever for you to meet, "Simba!"

Simba is around 1-year-old. He is looking for his "Forever Home!" in a single-family house located in a rural or suburban area. He does not have a fence requirement. Due to his young-self, he will have a Training Addendum attached to his adoption.
Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption
Photo: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson

Simba is a very playful, yet gentle, fella. He loves treats, playing balls and with squeeky toys and going for walks. Barkingly, he has a strong squirrel, and some birds, prey drive. He will pull on the least so it's best to have him on a harness. He is working on his commands and training!

Simba is good with other dogs and enjoyed playgroups at the shelter while there. He has no history with cats. He is recommended for mini-humans ages 10 and older!

If you would like to learn more about adopting a Labrador Retriever from Lab Rescue, please review their Adoption Procedures.

Barkingly paws, if you would like to meet Simba or apply to pawssibly adopt him, pawlease complete the Lab Rescue Dog Adoption Application.

Barks, Do you love Labrador Retrievers but are not able to adopt? WOOF! How about considering sponsoring handsome Simba? Sponsoring Simba provides financial resources for his food, care, and Veterinary needs. Interested? Pawlease visit Sponsor!

Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption
Photo: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson

Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption
Photo: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson

Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption

Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption


Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League

Great Dane Adoption
Photo: Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson
WOOF! Barks, I had a pawsomely grand surprise this week! A visit from my friend "Miss Sandy" from the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League! She has been pawfully busy these days helping around the rescue and fostering and loving on Great Danes to help them find "Forever Homes" and some humans to love. Bark. She brought a beauty lady named Pandora for you to meet!

WOOF! WOOF! Pandora is one BEAUTIFUL Great Dane! She is around 6-years-old. She has been in foster care since last April as she's been overlooked for puppies and younger dogs. WOOF! It's 2020, a new year and new decade and she knows this will be her year to find her new home!

Paws, Pandora is good with other dogs and would do best in a home with another male dog.
Great Dane Dog Adoption
Photo: Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson

She is a dream walking on the leash! She DOES NOT pull! WOOF! WOOF! Barks! She enjoys going or car rides too.

Pandora is completely housebroken and can be trusted outside the crate though she does enjoy her crate.

Pandora enjoys some toys and loves curling up to cuddle on a comfy bed.

Paws, Pandora is a little shy around men and can be slow to warm up to them. Some men she will completely ignore! She has not shown any aggression to a human!

WOOF! To learn more about pawssibly adopting Pandora, pawlease visit the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League Adoption Procedures.

Barks, do you love Great Danes, but, for whatever reason, are not able to adopt? Please consider supporting Pandora financially. Donations will assist with her care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other Great Danes at the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League. Interested, pawlease donate HERE!

Great Dane Dog Adoption
Photo: Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson
Great Dane Dog Adoption

Great Dane Dog Adoption

Friday's Friend! Cat Adoption, PetConnect Rescue

Cat Adoption
Photo: PetConnect Rescue
Creative: Allen Pearson

MEOWS! MEOW! Happy Friday, my friends! I hope you have a pawsome week, are doing well, and have some pawingly grand weekend plans! Do you have a cat to enjoy the weekend, days off, and other free time with? Meows. You need one. I know from experience that I make my humans life extremely so much better! PURRS! PURR! Yup... 

Cat Adoption
Meows, my pawsome friend "Cat Lady" from PetConnect Rescue stopped by this week with a handsome fella looking for his "Forever Home!" and humans to love! 

Paws, Alaster, is around 3-4 months old and is a pawsome guy with one eye! He was taken to a shelter with a severely infected eye. Paws, he has healed from his injury, and his new perspective hasn't slowed him down a bit! 

Purrs, Alaster loves to zoom around his foster home with the other cats and dogs, encouraging them to play with him. 

Meows, Alaster is great with mini-humans in his foster home! His pawsomely grand goofy antics will keep everyone entertained! 

To learn more about adopting a cat from PetConnect Rescue, pawlease visit the PetConnect Rescue Adoption Guide!

If you would like to meet Alaster, or apply to adopt his handsome-little-self, pawlease complete the PetConnect Rescue Cat Adoption Application

Meows, unable to adopt? Pawlease consider supporting Alaster financially. Donations will assist with his care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other cats at PetConnect Rescue. Interested, pawlease donate HERE!

Cat Adoption
Photo: PetConnect Rescue
Creative: Allen Pearson
Cat Adoption


Wednesday, January 8, 2020

A License to be a Dog?!

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WOOF! Barks, paws, it finally arrived. I was beginning to get a bit concerned that there might be a problem. But, pawssibly a little later than usual, but it came in this week's mail in it's properly addressed envelope getting the immediate attention of my human.

He looked at it and put it aside. Not seeming a bit concerned nor noticing that I am more than a bit concerned for it happens every year and I wait in wonder.

Paws, my application to be a dog for another year was in the envelope. I wonder why I received this so I ask my neighbor dogs Cookie, Chief, and Hubert if they received the same letter. They barked a loud "WOOF" and Cookie has yet to stop barking! None of us are very happy about this. We will always be dogs as we do great jobs at being dogs and heaven forbid that someone would want us to be something else...... like a cat! 

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Dog Adoption "Friday's Friend!"

Dog Adoption
(C) Noah at from The Dog's Paw!

WOOF! Are you looking for a "Forever Friend?" A pawsome furry companion to share life with? Visit "from The Dog's Paw!" most Fridays in 2020 to meet my friends from local rescues looking for their "Forever Homes" and humans to love! WOOF! WOOF! WOOF!

Saturday, January 4, 2020

2020 Calendar Sales Benefit Great Dane Adoption

MAGDRL 2020 Great Dane Calendar
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WOOF! WOOF! Barks! I pawsitively love the idea of having a 2020 Calendar with Great Danes shared on every page. Since we barkingly love Great Danes and do all we can to support the work of the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, we wanted to share about their calendar!

Barkingly, it is not too late to order a pawsome Great Dane 2020 Calendar for your home or office. Paws, why not order calendars for every pawlace you might need a calendar including every room in your home! After all, what better way to plan or spend your day but by looking at a Great Dane's face!

Barks, the Dane Depot at the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League has T-shirts, scarfs, hats, ties, and many other items which you can purchase and support the rescue and adoption work of the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League! WOOF! BARKS!

Great Dane Adoption

Friday, January 3, 2020

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.

Black Labrador Retriever Adoption
Photo: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson

WOOF. paws, sometimes I meet the cutest young dogs looking for a "Forever Home" and humans to love that I find myself wanting to adopt their-sweet-selves! Often, it is very hard not to do so- my human would love a yard filled with Labrador Retrievers and Great Danes! WOOF!

My long-time friend "Lab Lady" from the Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. stopped by with a sweet young lady named Noelle for you to meet! WOOF!

Noele is looking for a "Forever Home" in a single-family house located in a rural or suburban setting. She has a fence requirement!

WOOF! WOOF! WOOF! Noelle is a beautiful Black Labrador Retriever with big floppy ears and a cute shy smile. She is a gentle girl will take her time warming up to new friends!

Barks, Noelle has had a bit of a rough beginning in life but she is looking pawsitively forward to a fresh start in 2020! She has had her skin issues treated and well on her way to be the bestest-dog-ever that she can be!
Black Labrador Retriever Adoption
Photo: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Creative: Allen Pearson

Noelle has pawlenty of energy and enjoys going on leash walks!

Barks, Noelle is looking for humans who will provide her lovin's and patience she needs as she learns that life as a dog is pawingly grand! Barks, it can be filled with fun and happiness instead of hardship and disappointment!

Woofingly, Noelle will need a yard with a fence!

She is good with other dogs, has an unknown history with cats, and is approved for mini-humans ages 10 and older!

Barks, to learn more about Labrador Retriever adoption with Lab Rescue, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide!

If you would like to meet or pawssibly apply to adopt Noelle, pawlease complete the Lab Rescue Dog Adoption Application.

Barks and paws, do you love Labrador Retrievers and pawssibly cannot get enough of them but are not able to adopt right now? Pawlease consider financially sponsoring Noelle. Financial donations will go to her care, Veterinary costs, food, and toys! Interested? Pawlease visit Sponsor
Black Labrador Retriever Adoption

Black Labrador Retriever Adoption