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Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue (Lone Star Lab Rescue) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to preventing the needless destruction of purebred Labrador Retrievers in the DFW/Dallas/Fort Worth/North Texas area.

Available Labs
Available Labrador Retrievers

To view more information on each available lab, please go to our Available Labs page.

If you are interested in adopting a lablabrador retriever, please complete our online Adoption Application.

 
If you would like to meet one of our adoptable Labradors, please visit us at our next Meet-n-Greet.

Come see us at our next Meet-n-Greet

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Our Meet-n-Greets will be held at the petco located at the south east corner of Preston and SH-121 in Plano. For a map and directions, please see our Meet-n-Greet information page.

 

It's been a great couple of weeks for Lone Star Labs. Several of our dogs have gone to their fur-ever homes. That means that we will not be having a Meet-n-Greet on December 10th.

Instead of a Meet-n-Greet, Santa Claus is coming!! On Saturday, December 17th, we'll have Pictures with Santa at our usual petco location from 1:00 to 4:00

Laelynn will be there to meet all of her facebook friends. Bring your pets to have their pictures taken with Santa Claus!! Proceeds from the pictuers will help Lone Star Lab Rescue take care of our "special needs" fosters like Laelynn and Tex

 

Please Help Laelynn!!

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Recently we heard about an emaciated Lab at the Dallas shelter. She was completely shut down, terrified, would not lift her head and refused to even walk, although she is not injured.

She is covered with scabs from infected flea bites, severe hair loss, green discharge from her eyes, growths on both ears that actually look to be infected fly strikes. She had to be carried out to the car. I have never seen a dog that had given up hope so completely.

We decided to name this precious Lab Laelynn, which means "Flower of Hope."

At the vet, we found that Laelynn is terribly anemic and has a severe skin infection. And of course, she is infected with heartworms. We are not sure if she will need a blood transfusion yet. She does not have mange, which is really good news.

We cannot wait to see the light come back into her eyes & watch her blossom into a beautiful, happy Labrador. With plenty of TLC from her loving foster family, we know that Laelynn will sparkle in no time! We will post pictures of her progress over the next few months.

Laelynn will take a long time to recover from the neglect and malnutrition she has suffered. If you would like to donate to help with her medical care, we would be very grateful. Our adoption fee won't begin to cover Laelynn's needs. We know she is worth every penny!

 

Want an Easy Way to Support Lone Star Lab Rescue?

Shop at Smile.Amazon.com

Did you know that shopping on Amazon.com can help save Labradors? Just use Smile.Amaon.com and select Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue as the Organization you want to support. If you use the link provided here, it will automatically select us.

With the Holidays fast approaching, this is a great way to help Lone Star Lab Rescue and do what you would be doing, anyway. If you have Amazon Prime, all of your Prime benefits still apply on the Smile.Amaon.com website.

Buy Groceries at Tom Thumb and Raise Money for our Labradors

Tom Thumb has a program called the Good Neighbor Program. Every time you shop using your Reward card at Tom Thumb, 1% of your eligible purchases are sent to LSLRR each quarter. It’s simple to enroll your Reward card. Just go to the Courtesy Booth at Tom Thumb and ask for a Reward Card Application. All you have to do is complete the application with your Reward Card number and input our LSLRR organization’s number which is 12026, and return the application to the Courtesy Booth. After you enroll, every time you purchase groceries and use your Reward card, your eligible purchases are counted and a check for 1% of eligible purchases is sent directly to LSLRR.

Contribute to us by using your KROGER Shopping Card

Go to www.KrogerCommunityRewards.com and link your Kroger Plus Card using our number 83714!

Once you link your Kroger Plus card to Lone Star Lab Rescue then any time you shop at Kroger after September 1, 2013 using your Kroger Plus Card, you will be accumulating rewards toward Lone Star Lab Rescue!.

Shop with iGive

Safe, Secure & Smart Ways to Give.

Create your free iGive account. After that, all you need do is shop through the iGive.com website, newsletters, or install the optional iGive Button* to make sure you never miss an opportunity to raise money when you shop online. It’s all automatic, and it's all free of charge. iGive lets you control your membership information with a private password. You can review your store visits and purchase/donation history, and confirm the total amount raised and distributed to your cause. iGive values your privacy and will never release shopper information without consent. And there are no hidden fees or extra costs when you shop through iGive.

Start iGiving at: www.iGive.com/LoneStarLabRescue

*The iGive Button is an optional feature. You can use iGive without installing the Button - just remember to go through the iGive website or e-mail newsletters to get credit for your donation. To learn more, visit: www.iGive.com/button

 

Need Dog Food?

Lone Star Labrador Rescue is really particular about what we feed our Labs. We feed Victor Premium Dog Food to our foster Labs, as well as our own Labradors. Victor has a variety of formulas, all made right here in Texas with high quality, domestically sourced ingredients.

Lone Star buys Victor Premium from Pet Extravaganza in Carrollton. Please give them a call and ask about delivery!

Pet Extravaganza Victor Dog Food

For information about other supporters of Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue, see our Supporters Page