Whenever possible, GGLRR will post Labs for individuals who must find a new home for their pet. Dogs on this page have not been met and evaluated by GGLRR and are not part of our program. We only provide this listing service as a courtesy for a month to Northern / Central California Labs and assume no responsibilities for the dogs posted on this page. Please contact email@example.com if you have a dog you would like us to post on this page and provide the posting as you would like it to appear on the page.. Please note since we are a Lab Rescue, we only list Labrador Retrievers or Lab-mixes that appear to be mostly Labrador.
We welcome donations from those who benefit from our maintenance of this web page.
For additional dogs in need of new homes, please search:
- Adopt a Pet (search for Labs in many shelters and rescue organizations)
- PetFinder (search for Labs in many shelters and rescue organizations)
- PetHarbor (search for Labs in all California shelters)
- Lab Links and Resources for more links to specific shelter and rescue websites.
Labs and Lab Mixes Available from Others
Moose: ~5-year-old, black male Lab/Rott mix, 105 lbs, neutered
The big Moose has been with Wags and Whiskers pet rescue of Chico since August 2018… but they are primarily small dog rescue and folks don’t come too them to adopt a big Lab. Originally from Glenn County Animal Control where he’d been picked up as a stray. Very friendly. Enjoys snacks and petting. Sweet and mellow, Moose loves people and gets along fine with other dogs. While he is pretty good on leash, he is fairly strong if he decides he wants to go somewhere. Moose is neutered, current on vaccinations, microchipped, and heartworm negative. Moose is located in Chico. If you are interested in Moose, please contact Lucy Parks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 530-895-8888 or 949-394-4001.
We Need Your Help!
Even with all our volunteers, it costs a lot to save and place ~250 Labs a year. There are costs to bail-out these dogs from the shelters along with vet and temporary kennelling costs when no foster homes are available. Please consider a donation of cash, vehicle, or even your time through volunteering.