Updated March 2021 – At present we do not have any adult or older dogs available, and we are not aware of any of our breeder associates or Labrador friends who looking to rehome an older or retired dog at the moment either. We recommend connecting with your state Labrador Club, rescue groups, or other registered breeders via Dogzonline.
Our ‘Looking Fur Home’ is dedicated to finding Adults and Rescues their perfect home and family.
We believe all dogs deserve a family and feel like they belong. A home to be loved and grow old in. A home that will keep their best interests at heart. So, when we can help a dog in need of a loving home, especially a labrador, we will make it our mission to find him or her the place where they truly belong and be called family.
This may be:
- A dog retired from a breeding program, either by us or one of our breeder associates. Sometimes breeders want to find a pet home for a retired dog, believing that each dog deserves the right to be spoilt one-on-one in a loving family of her own
- A young adult dog who may initially have been retained and shown by the breeder to assess for breeding potential
- An adult or young dog that has, for some reason, not been able to remain with his/her original family and is in need of a new forever home
- A rescue dog who has been fostered until the perfect forever home is found
Buying a puppy is not for everyone. Some people want to bring an adult or older dog into their life. The reasons for this can be many, including: preferring not to go through the boisterous puppy-stage, not having the ability to train a young puppy, believing that older dogs need homes just as much as puppies, and older dogs make instant companions.
The benefits of getting an older dog include: the dog is already settled into life, temperament is observable, and the dog already has some valuable experiences in life.
For these people, an adult or older dog is more desirable and can fit perfectly into their life.
Please contact us and we will let you know if we or anyone we know, has an adult or older labrador available.
Just because we may not have an adult or older dog currently listed on our page, does not mean we don’t know of one looking for a home. We are in constant communication with many dog-related people and other breeders and it’s quite possible we might be able to point you in the right direction. Please contact us for more information.