Labrador Rescue’s private rehoming service is available to owners who want to do the responsible
thing and rehome their dogs to great new homes using our website. This rehoming service allows the
dog to remain unstressed in the environment its is most familiar with and allows the owners to select
the new home themselves with our assistance.
However Labrador Rescue Inc. does not accept any responsibility for Labradors advertised on this
section of the website, as we have not tested these advertised Labradors and therefore cannot vouch
for their personality or behaviour. We have not met these Labradors nor their owners. We can take no
responsibility for the nature of the dogs, the condition they are in and the people who own them. The
owners have provided to Labrador Rescue Inc desexing and recent vaccination certificates for these
Labrador Rescue manages the adoption applications for these dogs, by passing any approved and
interested applications to the owner. The owner will contact the applicant and should the dog be
adopted all paperwork negotiations regarding the dogs advertised in this section of the website are to
be between the surrendering owners and the adoptee direct. All paperwork including microchip transfer
and ownership papers are to be handled direct between surrendering owner and adoptee.
By proceeding to follow through on an enquiry listed on this page you are agreeing to the conditions
listed in this disclaimer.
This is a free rehoming service provided by Labrador Rescue, but in return for advertising these dogs
on our website we do ask for a donation to Labrador Rescue if possible. We are a charity rescue group
run entirely by volunteers, and we rely on donations and fundraising.
If you would like to make a donation, please make a transfer into the following account:
Labrador Rescue Inc
Defence Credit Union
Account: 2077 9092
If you wish to adopt a Labrador that has been tested by Labrador Rescue Inc then please visit the Dogs
available for Adoption.
When considering a dog below, ask the owners why they are being rehomed. Often it is because their
current owner is moving overseas or doesn't have the time for the dog anymore. Please confirm this
before seeing the dog. Labrador Rescue does not have the space to take these dogs into foster care and
the owners are trying to take the responsible option of keeping them until they find a home rather than
dumping them in pounds.
If you wish to advertise your dog here complete our easy application form here.
PLEASE NOTE: We cannot advertise your dog unless you provide us with a desexing certificate, a recent vaccination certificate and at least one photo. Please do not submit your application without these attachments.