California Labradors, Retrievers and More Rescue, AKA Labs and More, is a Volunteer 501(c)3 Organization dedicated to providing a brighter future for animals in need of hope and a chance at life. We do not have a physical location. Our dogs are housed in foster homes or Boarding Facilities when necessary. You can email us at the address below if you have any questions and please allow 1-2 days for us to respond. We are not a business or company but an organization made up of Volunteers who are dedicating their time, homes, cars, money, and hearts to saving dogs left behind. We are here solely to help you see the value in a dog we have rescued. Our goal is to help find more dogs homes. We ask that you take your time in selecting the best dog for your lifestyle. Please understand we are not providing you a professionally trained dog. That is what we look for you to provide once you have bonded with your new dog.  Please exercise caution and be safe when interacting with your new dog as these are animals and they can be unpredictable and can react differently in a new environment.  Please be patient with your new dog when you bring him home and understand he is going to make some mistakes. Adopting is a long commitment and should be met with a plan.

We do our best to inform you about the dogs and we provide information through the interview process, in the adoption paperwork, post adoption email communications, and post-adoption paperwork. It is important that you take the time to review this information and follow these instructions. This information will help make the transition easier for you and your dog. Thank you for partnering with us to Save a Life by, ADOPTING A RESCUED DOG!

MAILING ADDRESS:
5425 Oberlin Drive, Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92121
*Mailing Address Only

 

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Labs and More rescues many breeds of dogs to include: Black Labrador Retriever, Yellow Labrador Retriever, Chocolate Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever, Labradoodle, German Shepherd, Shepherd, Collie, Border Collie, Pitt Bull Terrier, Boxer, Australian Shepherd, Cattle Dog, Australian Cattle Dog, Hound, Husky, Great Pyrenees, Sheepdog, Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, Spaniel, German Shorthair Pointer, Elkhound, Doberman, Greyhound, Whippet, Mastiff, St. Bernard, Great Dane, Bull Dog, Poodle, Bull Terrier, Terrier, Wire hair Terrier, and mixes of any types of these breeds.