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Labrador Rescue South East & Central has been chosen by Claudia Vicars to benefit from a massive fundraising event planned for

19TH FEBRUARY 2022 – NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY

If anyone wishes to help with fundraising, please do let me know!

Claudia’s world record attempt is :
A Continuous Row on an indoor rowing machine for just under 8 hours to reach 100,000 metres and she has set a target of raising £100,000 for charity of which we will receive 50%
Date and venue to be confirmed. Supported by Our Dogs.

Read the full story and to donate.   https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Claudiavicars

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Help us save them from the hands of criminal gangs!

Puppy farms and dog theft are frequently reported and sadly growing at an alarming rate.

We at Labrador Rescue South East and Central are anxious to alert people to the dangers of advertising, rehoming or even selling your dog over the internet.  Professional criminals, previously involved in serious crime such as drug trafficking, have turned their hand to dog trading; and they are at (more…)

LRSEC Blog

Bourbon & Bailey by Julie Hammond

These two gorgeous brothers were re-homed by us in January . Their family had been relocated here from South Africa where they had been used to roaming free on acres of land.

Bourbon & Bailey

The property they had moved to in the U.K. was modest with a small garden and the boys became increasingly frustrated with their new surroundings. We were lucky enough to find them a wonderful home together with a three acre garden.


They settled almost straight away and are now enjoying the freedom they were used to since tiny pups.

Welfare Fund For Sponsored Dogs

Every year Labrador Rescue South East & Central find new homes for many needy Labradors which are known as our Sponsored Dogs. Sadly, not all the dogs which come into our care are suitable for rehoming.

We have many dogs in our care which are going to be in foster for the rest of their lives so we can be sure their every need is met and ongoing treatment for their condition is funded. Find out more…