Virtual Adoption Details
VIRTUAL ADOPTION is new, and we know it is not like the old way of meeting your new pup, but we hope in some ways it may be even better.
It’s a blessing there are so many requests, and it is vital you know there are many people ahead of you in the process and may even be interested in the same puppy or dog you are. So please be patient and understand we are doing our best.
Here is an overview of the adoption process for both puppies and dogs you should keep in mind.
• Let us know which dog/puppy you’re interested in and be prepared, you will need to send us photos of your yard and the address listed of your home.
• Please review our adoption donation page so you understand what your adoption donation covers.
• Once we receive your application, you will receive a confirmation email, and if you do not, it means the application was not properly submitted, resubmit if this is the case. Be sure to check your spam and junk mail folders.
• An Adoption Coach will contact you via email to schedule a call and review our process and to ensure you’re prepared for a rescued dog or rescued puppy. Be sure to check your spam and junk mail folders.
• Your coach will guide you through being added to a dog or litter’s interest list. Once the dog or litter is ready for adoption, you will be contacted to arrange to virtually meet the dog or puppy.
Thank you for supporting our nonprofit rescue during this trying time. We rely solely on donations which have dropped substantially. With limited resources and puppies/dogs still in our care we are in need of monetary donations. Any donations at this time are critical to our future. Click here to donate.
Labs and More will continue to adhere to the CDC requirements and ask that you bring hand sanitizer with you for the meet, wash your hands and maintain 6-10 ft of distance from humans. The good news is dog hugs are still readily available!
Thank you from the Labs and More Volunteers
PS Please be kind to our Volunteers by arriving on time and respecting the time allotted for the meetings. Without our Volunteers we could not do this great work.
Remember, we’re in this together.