Labrador Rescue Kent and Borders is a Registered Charity (No.1067495) formed in 1997 which aims to recover, rehabilitate and rehome any Labrador Retriever in the County of Kent and its borders that has been ill-treated, neglected or whose owners can no longer keep it.
Who are we?
We are a group of people who love Labradors and want to help out when a dog can no longer be looked after in their existing home.
Why are dogs rehomed?
Many of the Labradors we are asked to re-home, through no fault of their own, come to us because of changed family circumstances which means that it becomes impossible to keep the dog. Most have been much loved family pets and are healthy and have been well looked after. However, some do have problems and may have been mistreated and we will be there to give guidance to our adopters.
What is our objective?
To place the right dog in the right home as soon as we can!
We are not directly associated with any other Labrador Rescue Organisation but will try to assist any which may contact us for help. Labrador Rescue Kent and Borders does not normally have homeless Labradors waiting in kennels to be rehomed.
If circumstances allow, the owner of the Labrador which requires rehoming, continues to keep the dog until the right home is found. However, if the dog needs to be removed immediately from the home for whatever the reason, Labrador Rescue Kent and Borders can arrange for the dog to be placed in a foster home approved by us. We are always grateful to these foster families for their care and if you could help us in this way please contact Maggie at our Head Office.
The New 2016 Labrador Rescue Kent and Borders is here and available to purchase online. The calendar this year is available in two formats, the A3 wall calendar and the new A4 desk calendar.