Each year Southeast Texas Labrador Retriever Rescue (STLRR) continues to advance the cause of homeless Labrador Retrievers in the Southeast Texas region. STLRR, the first reputable Lab rescue organization serving the Houston area, was founded in 2002 in response to the dramatic reality that, in our geographical region, every week 30 to 40 Labradors are lost or abandoned and are at danger to be euthanized in high-kill animal control facilities. STLRR rescues between 100 and 130 Labradors per year with the commitment to do everything possible for them to have the best second chance in life. For each Lab in their program, they provide vaccinations, registered nationwide micro-chipping, neutering/spaying, and any other necessary veterinarian care, including heartworm treatment.
STLRR is not a shelter, but rather operates out of private foster homes, which they never have enough. STLRR is a non-profit, solely volunteer based organization and all the funds obtained through donations, yearly fund-raising campaigns and adoption’s fees are entirely utilized for the well-being of our rescued Labs. For additional information, visit the website at www.txlabrescue.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Flora is one of STLRR rescue labs that is looking for a permanent home. She was rescued from one of Houston’s high kill shelters just in the nick of time. She is about 5-6 years old, has a medium build and a very sweet temperament. She has been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped, and she has already completed heartworm treatment and recovery in her foster home. Flora would do best in a home where there are no other pets. If you are interested in adding this wonderful lab to your family please contact the rescue.