Community Spotlight

Labrador Retreiver Rescue of Florida (LRRoF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to placing Labrador Retrievers in loving permanent homes.

Our nonprofit organization is comprised of hardworking volunteers and vets that are committed to placing labs in new homes. We have been working together since 2000 and have rescued over 5000 dogs. LRRoF, Inc. provides foster care, veterinary care (including spaying/neutering and microchips) for the Labradors in our adoption program.

Our goal is to place our Labradors with loving families in safe, permanent homes. Prior to an adoption, we consider the history, temperament, personality, and energy level of the rescued Labrador. The placement process includes a written application and a home visit of the potential adopter. LRRoF, Inc. is committed to making a lifelong match for of all our adopted Labradors.

 

 

 

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  • Meet and Greet North Naples Petco from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM on Saturday 08/2/2014
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  • Largo PetSmart, Largo Mall, Ulmerton and Seminole Blvd. in Largo, FL
    Largo PetSmart Meet and Greet from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM on Saturday 08/2/2014
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  • Subaru of Jacksonville, 10800 Atlantic Blvd, Jacksonville, FL, United States
    Suburu Jacksonville Pet Adoption Event from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM on Saturday 08/2/2014
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  • 609 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32250
    Meet and Greet - Pet Supermarket from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM on Saturday 08/2/2014
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  • PetSmart Wesley Chapel in the Grove Shopping Center, I-75 and SR54 west side
    Wesley Chapel PetSmart Meet and Greet from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM on Friday 08/8/2014
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  • 501 Cypress Gardens Blvd, Winter Haven, FL, United States
    Meet & Greet @ Pet Supermarket Winter Haven from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM on Saturday 08/9/2014
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  • Petsmart 2435 Ferderal Highway Jensen Beach, Fl 34957 772-692-8609
    Jensen Beach Meet & Greet from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM on Saturday 08/9/2014
  • Blake

    Blake is a 7-11 year old male that has been living on a farm with one family since he was a pup. However, the family decided he was too big to be inside early on and he was placed in an outside area where he had no companionship or protection from the elements. As the children grew up and moved away he was left behind to live a life of solitude in which he lived behind a 3 foot electric fence that was some 10-20 feet away from the house. The family member that decided to surrender him said that he had not been to see a vet since he was a puppy and they did not keep him inside because he did not like the doghouse, crate or being inside the house. However, after bringing him to a Tallahassee kennel we soon found that Blake really enjoyed being inside and especially loved the attention given to him by human beings and other animals alike.  As Blake was growing old he never had a playmate and as such he was not sure how to play with other dogs or how to behave indoors. He soon learned  how to play with others and how to behave when he was indoors. All Blake needs now is a family who will continue to teach him the things he did not get to learn as a pup, and will provide him with the companionship of humans and dogs alike along with all the love he so richly deserves.

     
     

    Featured Lab

    Success Stories

    Karen Cassata

               Chuck and Zeus   

    I adopted Chuck from Lab Rescue about 2 years ago and recently got Zeus from there as well. They turned out to be 2 of the best dogs anyone could ask for. They are gorgeous and sweet as pie. I couldn't imagine life without them.

    Karen Cassata