WELCOME TO LABRADOR WELFARE

Please be aware that the number of dogs coming through for rehoming is currently fewer than we would usually see.  Many of those coming into our care are likely to have training or behavioural issues that will need time, patience and understanding from new owners.

If you’re looking to share your life with ‘the perfect, bomb-proof dog’ we may not be able to help right now BUT, if you’re seriously committed to helping a Labrador Welfare Dog have a happy, settled life, please take a look at our General Rehoming (Adoption) Information Page which will tell you everything you need to know about our current processes for adopting or lifetime fostering a dog from Labrador Welfare.

Our doors are always open to dogs needing new homes and owners should not hesitate to contact us should they need our help. We are able to admit dogs safely into our care by prior appointment following discussion with our Relinquishing Team.

Our commitment to ensuring the future welfare and wellbeing of the dogs in our care is reflected in our adherence to standards set by the Association of Dogs and Cats Homes (ADCH) as well as working within the rules laid out in national animal welfare guidance.

We are a small charity that is entirely run by a group of unpaid but extremely dedicated volunteers tasked with the rehoming of Labrador Retrievers within North Derbyshire, parts of Cheshire, North Nottinghamshire, North Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and the North East.

We’d like to extend a warm welcome to new visitors to our site and say a big thank you to everyone who supports us on a regular basis through adoption, fostering, volunteering or donating.

Please do take a look around our site to find out more about some of the work we do to help Labradors through:

If you’d like to see the results of some of our work in successful Rehoming, please do browse through our Photo Gallery.

WHETHER YOU'RE LOOKING TO REHOME OR ADOPT
A LABRADOR – WE CAN HELP

  • If you live in the areas we cover and are looking for help in Rehoming your dog, you’ll find all the information you need here.

    If you don’t reside in one of the areas mentioned above, you may find the details of a Labrador rehoming organisation more local to you through the Kennel Club. Alternatively, please do Contact Us and we will provide you with details of your nearest Labrador rescue.
  • If you live in the areas that we cover and are thinking about adopting a Labrador, please take a look through all of the information you’ll find under the Adopting A Dog menu button above to find out more.
  • Enquiries about offering a life-time foster home to an older dog are most welcome and more information about our foster scheme is available here.


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