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Courtesy Listings 

Our courtesy listing is available to owners who are looking to rehome their dog and as well as to rescues who may need additional ways to get the word out about the dog in their care. 


All information in the listing is provided by the owner/ guardians of the dog. If you are interested in learning more about the dog, please contact the owner directly.

Lab Rescue of Greater Richmond makes no claims and accepts no responsibility for the dogs listed below. LRGR has not evaluated or seen the dog listed and makes no claims to the pet’s temperament or health.

If you would like to list your dog on our Courtesy Page please click HERE

  • Biscuit
  • Male (Neutered) 
  • 1.5 years old 
  • 75lbs
  • Dog Friendly
  • Kid Friendly 
  • Cats Unkown 
  • Location: Stafford,VA

If interested, Contact the owner.

Owner: Kayla Bailey

Contact Information: 

(540) 333-1896

Hello! I have a 1 1/2 year old lab and due to other dogs in the house he has to be rehoused, or at least someone to care for him until I can find him a forever home. He is a super sweet dog and is great on a leash and very well trained. However due to the high stress environment he’s currently in he will need time to calm down and get back to being himself. He is on trazodone, and fluoxetine for his anxiety. He has never gave me problems towards other dogs or kids but he does tend to get get nervous around men and has to warm up to them. He loves being outside and playing (still has puppy energy). But knows when it’s bedtime and will calm down and go to sleep. I’m truly saddened by having to do this but I know it’s what’s best for him.

  • Shilo
  • Female ( Spayed) 
  • 2 years old 
  • 64lbs
  • Dog Friendly
  • Lab/Huskyy
  • Location: Garner. NC

Owner: Molly Greiner


Phone Number : (919) 210-3213

Shiloh / Willow (I’ve tried to change her name to Shiloh) is for the most part a very loving dog. Her first owner had to give her up at the age of 1yr 10mos due to having to help a family illness – her 2nd owner only had her 2 mos and posted her need to find a new home. And then I took her because she was living 80% of the time in a crate. I figured I could offer her a better life until a permanent family could be found.
She does, however, need ALOT of exercise and wants to play when not engaged in a walk.  She needs a yard where she can romp and at times dig in the ground.  She does not particularly like being on a leash and will need training to stop pulling and wanting to bite the leash and will eventually accept redirection.  She can destroy a toy in no time flat, but should it have a squeaky and when you catch her, she will allow you to open her mouth and take any object out.  She loves pinecones.
She loves to sleep with you if you allow her to and / or she'll go to my spare bed or couch when she wants to be alone. She has never had an accident in the house and has woken me up only once to go outside in the middle of the night.  She does not like fireworks or gunfire (unfortunately my neighbor fires on occasion.).
She is used to being in a crate, however if I am not going to be away long, I've slowly permitted her free rein of part of the house with no incidents (yet).  I have a webcam on her as she mostly stays in the living room.
I do not know if she likes children directly, she plays between the fence with my neighbors kids (5 -9 yrs old) and has retrieved their ball to them when they accidentally threw it in the yard. Her 1st owner said she took her to dog parks, but I have yet to get her to want to go in one. Have no clue as to if she likes cats, the last owner said "her cat" didn't like her and that's why she spent most of the time in her crate.
She is a very nosey dog, likes to climb on my chair on the deck and see what the neighbors are doing, it’s quite funny.  When we walk, she sometimes sees their chickens, but has never tried to chase them. When their dogs are free, they run along the fence together.
I've been feeding her Blue Buffalo and Simply Nourish Chicken dry food, which she seems to enjoy.  I try not to give her any beef.
She does not like to have her nails trimmed and has had to be somewhat sedated to accomplish this feat.  And, I have given her (Vet issued) small amounts of Trazadone (100 -150 mg. q 12hrs) when I feel she needs to calm down and because "I need" a break from her excessive energy.  This is NOT a constant, sometimes our outings tire her out.
She loves riding in the car and allows me to seatbelt her in with no issues. Although she still tries to wriggle as far to upfront as she can at times.
I truly find this hard to do (surrender her), but I am a young looking 67 yr old woman who has degrative discs in her neck (which physically she is demanding); and living on a small pension / SS as well as work a PT job to make ends meet. I did not go into this lightly, but I also did not know how MUCH energy she would require and that I just do not have to offer every day.  I do NOT want her to go to a shelter where she may be put to sleep, that thought haunts me constantly.  Yet, it isn't fair to her to not have the family - or - a farm life to be able to grow into a great dog I truly think she can become with someone who has the patience and training to show and give her the world.

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Introducing River and Gunner !

Meet River and Gunner these handsome male Labrador Retriever are searching for their forever home! With friendly demeanor, wagging tail, loyalty and playful charm these boys are sure to bring endless joy and companionship to the new family.

These charming boys loves nothing more than spending time outdoors, whether it's going for long walks, playing ball in the backyard, because when you are a Labrador “BALL IS LIFE” or exploring new hiking trails. Both of these males grew up in a home with other dogs, children 6 and older who gets along well with, he should get along with all ages and other pets, making him an ideal fit for any household.

Not just a pet—he's a loyal and devoted companion who will always be by your side through thick and thin. He's already up-to-date on his vaccinations, so you can focus on creating unforgettable memories together.

If you're ready to open your heart and home to River or Gunner maybe both since they are brothers don't hesitate to get in touch with us to arrange a meet-and-greet. Adoption fees apply, but the love and happiness will bring into your life are absolutely priceless. Give the forever family he deserves and make him a part of your life today!



Meet Reese!

Looking for a loyal companion who's always up for an adventure? Look no further than Reese! This sweet, energetic female Labrador Retriever is ready to steal your heart and become your new best friend.

Reese is a bundle of joy with her playful personality and loving nature. Whether it's a game of fetch at the park or a cozy snuggle she's happiest by your side. Her shiny chocolate coat and soulful brown eyes are sure to turn heads wherever you go.

This beautiful girl is not just a pet; she's family. Reese is great with children and other pets, making her the perfect addition to any household. She's also already up-to-date on all her vaccinations, so you can focus on making memories together.

If you're ready to open your heart and home to Reese, please reach out to us to schedule a meet-and-greet. Adoption fees apply, but the love and companionship Reese will bring into your life are priceless. Don't miss out on the chance to make this sweet girl a part of your forever family!


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Meet Cadbury aka Caddy.


Caddy is a VERY lovable 1.5 year old purebred chocolate lab. Caddy is great with other dogs - sometimes he can be a little too friendly so best to keep him on a short leash during walks so he doesn't upset the wrong pup :) He does well with all people, including little ones. We have a 6 month old baby at home and he's very gentle and loving with her.

Caddy requires a home where he can be outside a lot (weather permitting of course). We believe he has a relaxed sphincter and have ruled out diabetes and anything anatomical with specialty vets. This causes Caddy to need to urinate frequently. Many times he cannot control his bladder overnight and needs puppy pads to be changed out. Unfortunately because of this condition, our city home is not giving him the environment he needs to thrive.

He is crate trained and such a sweetheart, so we are hopeful we can find him a better home with a bigger outdoor space!!!

Please contact with any interest.

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