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.
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.
The good news is that we've had a very successful few weeks, and all of our available Labs have found fur-ever homes. We're very excited for those Labs and their new families!
The other side of that story is that the other Labs in the program are all undergoing medical treatments. They are not ready for adoption, or up to coming to a Meet-n-Greet. Therefore, we'll have to cancel the Meet-n-Greet this Saturday, January 25th.
We are getting mroe dogs that don't need that level of medical attention, and they'll be ready for the next Meet-n-Greet, scheduled for the 2nd Saturday in February. Plan to come see the new Labs on February 8th. There will even be some Valentine's Chocolate!
These are dogs that have recently come into the Lone Star Lab Rescue program. They haven't been with us long enough for us to have much information on them. In some cases, they are finishing up their medical treatments. In either case, as we get to know them and have more to tell, we'll post information here. Watch for these dogs to move to the "available" page.
Did you know that shopping on Amazon.com can help save Labradors? Just use Smile.Amazon.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.
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.
Go to www.KrogerCommunityRewards.com and link your Kroger Plus Card using our number AH867!
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!.
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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!
For information about other supporters of Lone Star Labrador Retriever Rescue, see our Supporters Page