If you have any questions, you can contact one of our Labrador Rescue volunteers, but please be aware that they are unpaid volunteers and all work full time as well as donating their time to this worthy cause, so someone will get back to you as soon as they can. The email account is monitored by several people, so sending an email will get you the quickest response. If you are interested in adopting a dog, it is preferable for you to send through an adoption application as this will allow us to assess your needs against the dogs in our care before discussing suitable dogs with you.
Email is our preferred method of contact. Please see FAQ below if you would like a speedy response
Why have all of the phone numbers been removed from the website?
We’d love to chat to you all over the phone but unfortunately we were getting at least 30 phone calls a day when we had the phone numbers on the website. We have 3 volunteers who respond to enquiries and all of us have different roles to play. We all work full time and have families and pets that need some of our time as well. We found that with the volume of calls, we were not able to juggle our busy lives and respond to people as quickly as we would like. So we have chosen to ask everyone to email us as a first point of contact to allow us to get back to you as efficiently as possible. Please have a read of the frequently asked questions to see if they can answer some of your questions. If you still have other questions feel free to ask them via email. If you are interested in finding out more about a dog, please fill in the questionnaire as this allows us to establish which dogs are potential matches for your lifestyle. You will definitely be able to chat to someone down the track if we find a dog that is suitable for your family. Once we know which dogs will suit we will be better able to put you directly in contact with the person that knows the most about that dog and save wasting your time.