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Mission Statement

The purpose of "Labradors Retriever Rescue of Fresno" is to rescue abandoned, homeless and neglected Labrador Retrievers. To end suffering and promote the welfare of Labradors through direct action and education of responsible pet ownership. To supply love, human companionship, shelter, food, medical care and spay-neuter services through local veterinarians until permanent placement is secured into a pre-screened loving home.

We promote and wish to eliminate the euthanasia of any healthy, adoptable Labrador Retriever in our country. We do not accept euthanasia as a means of population control for any animal. We believe each dog’s life is meaningful and each deserves a loving home.

The Central California area has one of the highest euthanasia rates in the U.S. We promote the increase of public awareness of the companion animal overpopulation issue and to end the killing of adoptable animals through spay and neuter advocacy.

Labradors Retriever Rescue of Fresno believes that all companion animals should be treated with dignity, compassion and kindness.


Labrador Retriever Rescue of Fresno has been rescuing and finding qualified homes for Labrador Retrievers since 2008. We obtained our 501(c)(3) non-profit status in 2010. The primary source of our Labs is from City and County Shelters. We are an all volunteer organization covering Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Madera counties.

An enormous number of Labradors are being found at our local SPCA and surrounding area rural shelters. Labradors have also been surrendered or abandoned partly due to the large number of foreclosures in Fresno County. We give every Lab a veterinary exam, inoculations, test for parasites, heartworm, microchip, and spay/neuter. We fix broken bones and provide care for the neglected and abandoned dog. We take in senior and special needs Labs and provide for foster care until we can place them in forever homes. As a direct result of the number of dogs coming into rescue, our resources are severely strained.



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