If you have found yourself visiting our Adoptions page, you must be contemplating the addition of a new family member and we are super excitedthat you have come to take a peek! Here are a few things that you should know about Labs that are available in our program...STLRR has always taken pride in the dogs that we accept into and adopt out through our organization. All dogs available for adoption have been properly evaluated and are only accepted into the program if we feel that they can be safely adopted out into homes such as yours. Most dogs in our program are kid tested and mother approved. If we do not feel that a dog in our program would be suited for your home, we will tell you. Although our goal IS to adopt out as many Labradors as possible, it is also to make sure that each Lab goes to a suitable home, and that each home adopts a suitable Lab.All dogs available for adoption are dog and people friendly, unless otherwise noted!
Making a differencein the lives of homeless dogs, one Labrador Retriever at a time…
1 year old femaleGreat with all people!House trainedCrate TrainedChloe is a very typical young labby girl! She loves EVERYONE and is more than happy to show her excitement over it. Chloe loves to run and would do great in an active home that can keep up with her energy level.
This big block head boy just joined us!Check back for more information on him.Estimated to be around 1.5 years old.
1.5 yearFriendly with other dogsLoves people!Lucy joined us after a goodsamaritan found her running loose. When an owner never came forward to claim them, she reached out to us for assistance.Since joining us Lucy has been great with other dogs and is an absolute sweetheart! She has been wonderful with all people she has met, both big and small.
Cuddles, Juniper & Juliet
10 week old Lab puppies ready for new homes. They have been exposed to kids, cats, other dogs and are otherwise typical puppies!
2 year femaleFriendly with other dogsLoves people!Ginger is relatively new to our program. She is calmand friendly and has done well with everyone she has metthus far.Ginger did test positive for heartworms and is undergoingthe “slow kill” heartworm treatment. Her adoption will includea year supply of heartworm prevention.
10 year old maleFriendly with other dogsFriendly with catsGreat with all people, large and small!House trainedCrate trained
5 year old FemaleCrate TrainedHouse TrainedFriendly with other dogsEvie was adopted from us in 2015 and is now in need of a new home.