The following shelters are usually full of labs. For owner referral dogs please visit "Referral Dogs"Some of the pictures are of dogs below we were able to pull and rehome. Please contact the shelters directly as Lab Rescue is unable to keep up with their dogsBLADEN COUNTY
The Animal Control Facility for Bladen County, North Carolina IS a kill-shelter, so the animals seen here have a limited time to be available. This is a rescue-friendly facility so all reputable rescues are welcome to register in advance as an Adoption Partner. You, as the adopter or rescue organization, are responsible for any and all veterinary work given. No health or temperament guarantees are given or implied. Please visit or call during office hours: 910-862-6918. A shelter volunteer may be able to assist you and can obtain transport at a reasonable cost. Or, if you cannot adopt and would like to foster or sponsor a pet please call them at 910-876-0539
Please contact Sandy Davis Animal Control Officer Rescue Coordinator Wayne County, NC (919) 731-1439 Ext. 5144 firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: For current information on pet's availability, please call the ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS THE SHELTER DIRECTLY AT 919-496-3032 during their open hours 8-5pm Monday thru Friday. Saturday from 10am until 2pm. Be sure to MENTION ID number when calling. Please understand that the officers may have limited information on the pet's prior history. Pets with a history of aggression are not available for adoption and would not be listed here. The animals in this shelter do not receive any vaccinations. It is highly recommended to take the animal to a vet ASAP.
Contact: Animal Protection Society of Caswell County Yanceyville, NC 336-694-4921
Please contact the shelter directly and quickly! Please remember to take your new companion to the vet and please help the pet overpopulation by spaying and neutering! Policy on strays: First come, first serve. The shelter can not hold dogs for people, you have to physically be there when the dog's time is up. Please register with animal control when you arrive and let them know who you are interested in. If they don't know, they can't help you! Columbus County Animal Shelter 31 Legion Dr Whiteville, NC 28472 910-641-3946
Please if you can help, call 336-683-8235
Gaston County is a full shelter that has numberous labs for adoption. Please contact them or stop by to help a dog find a forever home. We will post current pictures when we have them.
Hours : Monday - Friday 11:00am-5:00pm First Saturday of Month 10:00am-2:00pm Closed other Saturdays and Sundays Contact Us: Telephone:704-922-8677 or 704-922-8678 (During Regular Hours) Emergency Calls after normal hours:704-866-3300 Mailing Address: PO Box 479, Dallas, NC 28034 Directions; The Department of Animal Control is located at 220 Leisure Lane, in Dallas, North Carolina. From I-85, take exit 17, to Hwy 321 North, to Hwy 279 West (Cherryville), turn right at light, go through 3 traffic signals, turn left onto Leisure Lane beside Gaston County Agricultural Center, shelter is located on right, across the street from the tennis courts, inside Biggerstaff Park.
For more information about available labs, call: Onslow County Animal Shelter at (910) 455-0182. The Onslow Co. Animal Shelter is always full of lab/lab mixes, puppies and adult dogs available for adoption. Pets are listed on PETHARBOR.COM/ONSLOW CO. ANIMAL SHELTER-Jacksonville, NC. Do a search for LABRADOR RETRIEVER- a list of available labs/lab mixes will come up. Pictures and information are available for viewing. LOST DOGS are available for adoption after 72 hours. Shelter info:ONSLOW CO. SHELTER 244 Georgetown Rd, Jacksonville, NC 910-455-0182 or 910-455-8277. Shelter Hours: M-TH NOON-7 P.M., FRI NOON-3 P.M., SAT. 10-NOON, 1-3 P.M
Stanely County has numerous labs(adult and puppy) available. The adoption fee is $75 for dogs and includes spay/neuter, up to date vaccines, and de-worming. The shelter is open Mon. - Fri. 9:30 - 4:00 and Sat. 10:00 - 12:00 noon. It is located at 1037 Coble Ave. (off Hwy 24/27 Bypass) in Albemarle, NC (35 miles east of Charlotte). The adoptions are first come, first served. They won't hold the dogs for you. If you want to adopt any of these dogs, you would pay for the dog at the shelter. The shelter would take the dog to the vet usually the following morning and you would pick the dog up at the vet's office the afternoon after surgery. For more information call Sharon Gadd with Stanly County Humane Society (704) 791-4096 or e-mail JSGadd@aol.com or volunteer Wanda Dahl: Home 704-888-3245 or e-mail email@example.com. These contacts do not work at the shelter, but can give information about the dogs and how to get there.
Wake County is a full shelter that has numberous labs for adoption. Please contact them or stop by to help a dog find a forever home. Wake County Animal Care, Control & Adoption Center 820 Beacon Lake DrRaleigh, NC 27610 919-212-PETS (7387) or 919-250-1481 www.wakegov/pets
Robeson County has numerous labs(adult and puppy) available. Please contact Tina (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about available dogs. Robeson County Animal Shelter, St. Pauls, NC 910-865-2200
ROCKY MT ANIMAL CONTROL
Please contact the shelter directly for available dogs. City of Rocky Mount Animal Control Rocky Mount, NC (252)972-1390
Jackson County has numerous labs available. Contact them directly: 538 Scotts Circle Road Sylva, NC 28779 Phone: 828-586-6138
Beaufort County has numerous labs available. Contact them directly: Beaufort County Animal Control 3931 Hwy 264 East,Washington, NC 27889 Phone: 252-946-4517
LAB RESCUE OF NC LISTS REFERRAL DOGS AS A PUBLIC SERVICE TO OWNERS NEEDING TO REHOME LABS AND SHELTERS IN NORTH CAROLINA WITH LABS. THE DOGS LISTED ABOVE ARE NOT BEING FOSTERED BY LRNC AND ARE NOT SUBJECT OUR ADOPTION REQUIREMENTS. WE HAVE NO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OTHER THAN WHAT WE PROVIDE BELOW ON ANY REFERRAL DOG-- PLEASE CONTACT THE OWNER/SHELTER DIRECTLY FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WE WILL BE HAPPY TO ASSIST ANYONE WHO ADOPTS A REFERRAL DOG WITH ANY ISSUES RELATED TO REHOMING-- PLEASE LOOK AT THE FOSTER PROGRAM TAB ON THE MAIN LRNC WEBSITE FOR HELP!