Where can I adopt a Lucky Lab?
New England (NE)
Are Lucky Labs vetted?
Yes! It is important to know the general health & personality of each dog, in order to have successful matches. Our goal is to place our labs in forever homes! Lucky Labs are:
- Vetted with vaccinations
- Heart-worm tested
- Wormed for internal parasites
- Temperament tested
- Complete vet-care coverage, before adoption
Because Labs — amongst other breeds — are more often euthanized at shelters! When people adopt a puppy and the dog starts to displays “lab energy," they sometimes get returned to the shelter.
Most labs that come through Lucky Lab Rescue & Adoption were most at risk of euthanasia, usually due to overcrowded shelters.
The most popular color of labs are yellow & chocolate, leaving black labs little luck. Some shelters will automatically euthanize black labs. Some rescue organizations are guilty of not accepting black labs, also. We at Lucky Lab Rescue & Adoption feel very committed to rescuing all labs (black labs, too) because of their plight as they are often overlooked in favor of lighter-colored dogs.
How can I help?
You can contribute by adopting, volunteering or donating. We rely on more than just adoption fees. 100% of your donations goes directly to the dogs. Donations help pay for spaying, neutering, vaccinations, heart-worm tests/treatments, microchipping and sometimes emergency surgery.
Volunteers provide food, water, shelter, love and transportation (pet appointments, adoption events, etc.). We pay the vet-bills. Any costs you incur (food, toys, etc. are all tax deductible since we're a 501c3 organization.
**Fosters/Volunteers are needed in Texas & Indiana.
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