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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 for Adoption in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area

Meet the available labs at our next Meet & Greet Booth. View our Meet & Greet Schedule.
Connie Connie Juliet Juliet Sarge Sarge Milo Milo
 

Connie

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Connie was a scared girl when we first brought her to Lone Star. She has blossomed into a sweet, loving Labrador who just wants to be with people. She is not a ball fetcher, but she is a total love bug who just wants to be wherever you are. And yes, she always has that smile on her face!

Connie weighs about 52 pounds. She is crate trained, house broken and very healthy. She does chew on the rugs in her crate. We recommend crating her when you are not able to watch her. She is smart as a whip and picks up on new things pretty quickly.

Connie gets along very well with other dogs, both males and females. She is more of a follower than a leader, but we don't think she has to have another dog to pal around with. She will be a good companion to children about 6 years and older.

If you are interested in providing a loving, forever home for Connie, please complete our Adoption Application. Our adoption fee is $295.00.
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Juliet

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Juliet is a very sweet, active girl! She is Connie's sister. She is about 52 pounds and 1 year old, just like Connie.

Juliet is shy and still learning to trust new people. Juliet is very affectionate and she feels safe with her foster family. She will need new parents who will understand that everything is new & scary for her. Juliet needs our help to understand that she is loved and safe.

Juliet loves to keep her foster Dad company when he works from home. Wherever he goes, Juliet is right there with him! She gets along great with the two older dogs in her foster home. There are also lots of kids in her foster home and Juliet is wonderful with them all.

Juliet is house broken, but we are still working on her crate training. She would much rather be with her people than by herself! We can't blame her. She does chew on things she finds laying around, like shoes, so keeping her supplied with dog safe toys and chewies is important to keep her occupied. We recommend crating her when you are not able to watch her.

If you are interested in providing a loving, forever home for Juliet, please complete our Adoption Application. Our adoption fee is $295.00.
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Sarge

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Sarge is a stunning Labrador/Weimaraner mix. He says "Please don't call me a "silver" Labrador!" Sarge is about 5 years old and a big, strong boy. He weighs 95 pounds. Luckily, he is well behaved and does not jump on people.

Sarge is everything you want in a Lab! He kennels up well, he is housebroken and loves to play Frisbee! Sarge has 1 curious habit... he loves to carry soft toys & pillows around in his mouth. His foster mom gives him one and he loves it! He has quite the collection of cows, chickens and pillows! Unfortunately, he does not like to share his toys with other dogs. We think he will be best as the only dog in his new home where he won't feel he has to protect his "stuffies".

Sarge is really sweet and affectionate with people. Sarge needs a home with a fenced yard to play in and an active family. Because of his size and energy level, older kids at least 10 years old will be a good match for him.

If you are interested in providing a loving, forever home for Sarge, please complete our Adoption Application. Our adoption fee is $295.00.
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Milo

Milo Milo Milo

Milo is a practically perfect Lab, according to his foster mom. But she might be a little bit biased :-)

Milo is a very sweet Lab, on the smaller side at 55 pounds. He is about 1 1/2 years old, but still seems to have some puppy in him. He absolutely love to play with the other Labs in his foster home. He goes nuts over the water sprinkler, running in & out and jumping all over the spray!

Milo is house trained, crate trained and healthy. He gets along beautifully with other dogs, big and small. He loves kids, too.

If you are interested in providing a loving, forever home for Milo, please complete our Adoption Application. Our adoption fee is $295.00.
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