If you're reading this, we already know you care. Now - take action and change the lives of the over 300 dogs in our care waiting to be adopted.
Labs and More Dog Rescue has saved over 10,000 dogs, and we're on target to save over 2,000 lives this year. We need your help to care for these unfortunate dogs who have been left on the street for dead, abused, and sometimes dropped off at kill shelters. These are just a few who are looking for their forever home, Won't you help today and make a small donation? If you do a little, we'll do a lot with your donation. We Promise. 100% goes to the dogs.
Here are just a few of their stories:
Solomon needs cherry eye surgery, which luckily is a minor surgery and with a quick recovery. Solomon and his sister were turned in by their owner to a shelter in the desert. His sister was adopted quickly, but he was left behind, lonely, and scared. Luckily, Labs and More were able to step in to help.
Meet Tamora! She is about one year old and is a Hound dog mix. Tamora came to Labs and More in rough shape. She was missing most of her fur, had significant trauma, and was still trying to take care of her six puppies. She quickly moved to a foster home and started getting the TLC she needed. She is a lovely girl that likes to stick close to her people. She is gentle with children and leaves the cats in her foster home alone, although she doesn't understand why the kitties won't play with her.
At just two years old, Noel found herself and her six tiny puppies homeless. She was a wonderful mother, and her puppies all found loving homes, so now it's her turn to find a forever home all her own. A mix of Lab and Cattle Dog, Noel is an athletic and energetic young lady. Her foster family takes her on three runs or walks a day, but she wouldn't complain if it were more often or for longer.
All our dogs are vaccinated, altered, and microchipped to best prepare them for when they go to their forever homes. Extra veterinary care, such as Solomon's eye surgery, puts a significant strain on our funds, especially when considering that we have over 300 dogs in our care, all with different medical needs.
We are committed to providing dogs like Solomon, Noel, and Tamora the best care for their success in a new forever home. Please help us help all our dogs.
Please help us cover the cost of caring for all our dogs, which gives them a fighting chance at survival - with your support; we know we can save more lives!