Labrador Retriever Club and Rescue of Utah

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Rating: 5.0

Average rating from 2 reviews.

(5.0 out of 5, based on 2 reviews)

P.O Box 971511Orem, UT 84097
801-836-2508

1811 miles away
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Utah Lab Rescue is Utah's only Labrador Retriever Club and Rescue. We are located in Utah County, based out of Orem. We serve all of Utah, and surrounding States. The rescue is an "all volunteer" run program, and is ran by dedicated volunteers, and foster homes. Our goal is to educate, lower the rate of breeding in our state, increase the number of adoptions, and lower the extremely high percentage of purebred Labradors being euthanized in our local shelters each week. We adopt out purebred Labradors, Lab mixes, and other large sport breed dogs, such as Pointers, Spaniels, and Retrievers. Please visit our website at www.utahlabrescue.com

About the Rescue...
Utah Labrador Retriever Club and Rescue was founded in April of 2003. We are Utah's first and only Labrador Rescue in the State. There are many other rescue groups and organizations in the state, but we primarily rescue, and adopt purebred Labradors, Lab mixes, and other large sport breeds.

The Lab Rescue is ran by dedicated volunteers, and foster homes. The Rescue is primarily run from foster homes, which limits space and funding. Therefore, we are limited to how many Labs we can take in at a time.

Our goal is to educate the public about the Labrador Retriever and its over breeding and population here in Utah. Through this education we hope to lower the rate of breeding, increase the number of adoptions, and lower the extremely high percentage of purebred Labs being euthanized at our local shelters every week.

Most of the dogs we have up for adoption come from our local shelters. All dogs are screened for temperament before placed into a foster home, and adopted. All adopted dogs are vaccinated, microchiped, de-wormed, heartworm tested, and spay/neutered.

The rescue usually has around 3-10 dogs available, and a list of great Labs and other large sport breed dogs at local animal shelters. Age range can be from puppy to senior adult. Most are between 1-7 years of age. We take in purebred Labradors, Pointers, Shorthairs, Wirehairs, Retrievers, Spaniels, and of course mixes.

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Reader's Reviews (2)
Joni M.
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Rating: 5

Lab rescue

posted 5 years ago

This rescue is run by the most dedicated, awesome people who truly love labs and dogs in general and want what is best for them. They work hard to help these furbabies and do whatever it takes.

Pros: dedicated, loving members

Cons: none

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Karen B.
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Rating: 5

Utah Lab Rescue

posted 5 years ago

Utah Lab Rescue is Utah's only Labrador Rescue. Our State is way over populated with the popular Labrador, but most don't stay with their families past 2 years old. Utah Lab Rescue is ran by dedicated volunteers to help re-home and rescue Utah's homeless Labradors.

I've been volunteering as a foster home, and web host/provider since December 2004. I just love this program, and wish I could find away to help the Labradors of our state more.

I also rescued my Black Lab from the group, "Casey" I couldn't have asked for a better dog or best friend. Casey is just the best dog, and we are so proud of all the things she has accomplished.

Visit their website at www.utahlabrescue.com

Thanks so much Utah Lab Rescue
Karen and Casey

Pros: They Save Labradors in our State

Cons: No cons...

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