SUMMER IS BUSY AT DLRR.
August 01, 2016
Desert Labrador Retriever Rescue of Phoenix (DLRR) is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to finding loving, life-long homes for displaced Labrador Retrievers. In addition to rescue, our volunteers provide medical care and/or rehabilitation for these dogs and then help them find loving forever homes. Through public education, we strive to help eliminate animal overpopulation by encouraging the spaying and neutering of pets.
Imagine your family leaving you one day and never coming back. You are left alone with no food and water. If you are lucky enough to be able to leave your house/yard, you could try to wander around to find food/water, but most likely you are just scared and trying to find your family. You don't know what to do, you are confused and more sad than you have ever been because you miss your family. Or imagine you have a home but your family leaves you outside all the time and never lets you be included and be a "part of the family" and all you want is to be loved. Or worse yet, your family physically hurts you because all you want to do is please them but it never seems to be what they want. What would you do?
This is where DLRR comes in and helps these lonely, scared labs. We want to show them that not all humans are bad, or mean. We want to help them get healthy, become confident, and show them love. But we need your help to do this. Please consider making a donation to DLRR to allow us to continue saving more labs in need.
Any donation will help.
$20 helps pay for food for a week
$25 pays for an office visit at the vet or a heart worm test for 1 dog
$30 pays for IV fluids/cath for 1 dog
$40 pays for vaccines for 1 dog
$50 pays for xrays for 1 dog
$75 pays for lab work for 1 dog
$100 pays for a neuter for 1 dog
$125 pays for a spay for 1 dog
$400 pays for boarding for 1 week for 6 dogs
$1000 pays for a hip surgery for 1 dog
$1500 pays for behavorial training for 3 weeks for 1 dog
All the past, current, and future DLRR labs thank you for your help!