Welcome to LRR
LRR is an all-volunteer group whose purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome abused, abandoned, neglected, and unwanted Labrador Retrievers in the mid-Atlantic region.
LRR was created in 1993 to fill a need for a purebred Labrador Retriever rescue organization in the Washington DC metropolitan area. Although there are other rescue organizations in our area, we believe our rescue is unique in the amount of care we provide to our Labs and adopters.
As a federally recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your monetary donation is fully tax deductible.
We also accept third party donations commemorating birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, retirements, and pet memorials with a thank you card to the gifter, and an appropriate card and note to the one being gifted or remembered.
For many consecutive years, the Labrador Retriever has been the most popular breed of dog in America.Learn more
Our goal at LRR is to match our Labs with the perfect owners. Learn more about our adoption process.Learn more
We are always looking for new volunteers. Be a foster home, transport dogs, do house checks, or evaluate dogs at shelters.Learn more
Foster Homes Needed!
With the Labrador Retriever being one of the most popular breeds, it is no surprise that there are more labs to rescue than many other breeds. Not a day goes by that LRR doesn’t receive a number of phone calls begging us to take an owner give-up, a shelter dog, or a stray whose owners cannot be found. Often, we must put dogs on waiting lists or reluctantly turn them away simply because we don’t have a foster home available. Our foster homes are our most important link in our rescue chain. Without their hard work and assistance, we could not save, rehabilitate and place these homeless labs.
Read more about what’s involved in fostering, and for information on how to become an LRR foster home. We especially need foster homes in Central PA—York, Dauphin, Lebanon, Lancaster, and Berks counties.
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