Last Updated (Saturday, 27 October 2012 14:24) Written by Christine Peters Thursday, 23 September 2010 11:00
We are proud supporters of The Labrador Rescue Trust. Registered Charity No 1088198.
Would you be willing to give a Labrador a home? Could you foster one for a short while? Do you have a Labrador you can no longer keep? If so, please let us know.
Every dog that comes into The Labrador Rescue Trust is special. A great deal of care is taken to ensure that the dog goes to a loving home where it will be happy for the rest of its life.
The aim of The Labrador Rescue Trust is to rescue Labradors in need of new homes for whatever reason and to re-home them into genuine, caring homes.
For further details, please visit their website here.
Originally, the Labrador was born and bred in Newfoundland as they worked alongside their fisherman owners. They were used to dive into the icy waters and help pull in the full nets and to go after the fish that escaped.
Labrador Retrievers have come to be the most popular dog in the world, and the most popular pet in the USA. They are intelligent and family friendly and they come in three colours; yellow, black and chocolate.
If you want a dog who...
Is large and bouncy, with an enthusiastic attitude toward life
Has a short easy-care coat
Has a cheerful, tail-wagging nature
Thrives on exercise and athletic activities
Is steady-tempered and dependable with everyone
Is peaceful with other animals
Is eager to please and responsive to training