Provide A Home

If you are looking to adopt a dog area mapfrom LRSEC , please note we only re-home dogs within the areas shown on the map. 

Can you Provide a Home to a Labrador in need?  Labrador Rescue South East & Central, unlike some other rescue organisations, does not have a kennel full of homeless dogs.

We work on a system whereby the owner of the dog to be re-homed continues to keep the dog, if circumstances allow, until the right home is found, as this minimises the dog’s anxiety.  If this is not possible and a dog needs to be removed immediately, for whatever reason, we will place him or her in a LRSEC approved kennel. We also have several temporary foster homes where we can keep dogs in a home environment until a suitable new home has been found.

Some Of Our Dogs Looking For A New Home

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More Information

Once you have decided, that you would like to adopt a rescued Labrador, click on the photo of the dog you are interested in above and select the “Register interest” button. If your application is successful you will receive an email where you will be asked to complete a home information questionnaire . This needs to happen before you can be considered as an adopter.
Once the Area Coordinator has received the completed questionnaire, and if you are being considered for the dog one of our Helpers will contact you to arrange a home visit at a time when all members of your household are available to chat.

If the dog is entire and requires either spaying or neutering, the charity will discuss our policy and full details will be given to the prospective owner.

Unless you currently own a dog, our Helper will probably be accompanied by one of his/her own Labradors.

If you have any questions regarding our Adoption Procedures you are welcome to contact your local Area Coordinator.

Many of the Labradors we are asked to re-home come to us because of changed family circumstances and most are well cared for and in good health. Some however, are old and infirm and need a good retirement. Others DO HAVE PROBLEMS, but in the right home can blossom into happy dogs again. As Labradors are sociable animals and enjoy company we will not usually home a dog where it will be left alone for more than 3 or 4 hours a day.

Please try to be fairly ‘open minded’ about the sex, colour and age of the dog you are looking for. There is certainly no ‘average’ rescue Labrador and both dogs and bitches are loyal and make wonderful companions. Although we maintain a policy of privacy between our owners, we will offer you as much information as possible. A settling in period is essential for rescued dogs and we will support you through this. However, you might expect some difficulties in the early stages. You could be lucky and get a Saint !! Whatever the temperament of your new dog, we recommend that you take him or her to training classes, as this is a good place to learn about each other.

When adopting a Labrador, you will be asked to make a contribution which will be dependant on the age, health and general well being of the dog. Please contact you nearest Area Coordinator for further information.

If you have any questions please contact your local area coordinator first.