OUR RESCUE PROGRAM
We occasionally take in Labrador Retrievers or Lab mixes in need of a place to stay until we can find them a new home. We also will take back our own puppies/dogs if the owners find they are no longer able to keep the puppy/dog for whatever reason. We do not want any of our puppies to end up in an animal shelter. We do not want to see any Labrador Retriever in an animal shelter and we will take in any we can from the local animal shelter. All rescued Labs are checked for health problems and given medical attention if needed. We try to find new homes for all our rescued labs. Owners of the adopted Lab must sign a spay/neuter contract and the Lab must be spayed/neutered within one month at their new home. All rescued Labs are free to good homes, however we do accept donations for our rescue program.
Hockey Puck was our first rescued Lab mix. A neighbor found him and brought him to us because she did not think the puppy would live. He was about eight weeks old, had mange and was so skinny his hips could be seen through his skin. We took him in and took care of the mange and got him under way to good heath with food and water and lots of attention. He grew up to be what looked like a Lab and Great Dane mix and a wonderful dog. He was neutered and lived with us for several years until we found him a home.
Sandy was our next Lab to be rescued and we took her in as part of our family and has been bred and has had four litters of puppies.
Bridget was another lab we rescued. We found her stopping traffic on a bridge in the country and that is how she got her name. She was a small lost puppy and appears to be full blooded. She was soon adopted out to a wonderful home in North Carolina.
Buster was a rescued lost Lab mix and was brought to Cold Brook Kennel instead of the animal shelter. We found him a home with a hunter who plans to train him for squirrel hunting.
RESCUED LABS AWAITING ADOPTION
August 8, 2011 ... We have a female black Lab mix rescued from the Little Ocmulgee State Park. We have not been able to find her home. She is about 40 pounds and has some white marking on her chest. She is a sweet girl and loves kids and other dogs ... she will make a wonderful family companion. UPDATE: Lady has been spayed and is about 50 pounds now.
August 29, 2011 ... We rescued a small female black Lab mix ... possibly Cocker Spaniel mix ... she has soft wavy hair and is about 20 pounds. We rescued her from the Flash Foods in Helena and have not been able to find her home. She was found at the pump station and was seen crossing the highway ... we didn't want her to get hit. UPDATE: Lilly has been adopted.
Bonnie and Jack Bennett
146 Clarks Bluff Road
Glenwood, GA 30428
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