Adopting a rescued dog it is only one step in their journey. Our resources have assisted in their care and many times in their recovery and now upon their adoption, you are continuing this journey. Funds from your adoption donation are used to help offset the cost of rescuing them. We receive no support from governmental agencies and all our expenses are paid for through donations. Each adoption donation only covers a small portion of what it takes to rescue one dog. Your support of Labs and More allows us to save one more dog or puppy from the perils each dog waiting to be rescued faces. Thank you for choosing to adopt a rescued dog!

The good news is your adoption donation can be considered tax deductible as it is a donation to a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Rescue Organization. Please also check with your employer to see if they will match your donation by providing them your adoption agreement receipt.


  • Your sweet new dog or puppy! ($200-$800 value)
  • Spay/Neutering surgery including the Certificate of Sterility ($200-$400)
  • Current vaccinations ($45-$160)
  • Embedded microchip ($40-$50 value)
  • Veterinarian and medical care including the records (can be $100 – $3,500+)
  • Adoption collar/lead
  • Foster care or boarding care prior to adoption

The cost to rescue just one dog far exceeds the adoption donation. Any additional support or donations are much appreciated and used to rescue additional dogs and puppies.



ADOPTING A VERY SPECIAL SENIOR OR MEDICAL NEEDS DOG Donations start at $150 (Senior is defined as over 7 years of age, these are our most special dogs) ADOPTING AN ADULT DOG Donations start at $400 (For some highly popular or dogs that required extra costs to rescue may have a higher donation) ADOPTING A PUPPY Donations start at $475 (Puppies are defined as younger than 8 months of age) Training Deposits will be required on most puppy adoptions and on some adult dog adoptions.

We provide needed care based on the current conditions of our animals.  Please know that unanticipated medical situations can occur post-adoption. Once you have rescued your dog any further medical care is the responsibility of the adopting family. Please notify us if any situations happen post-adoption. Rescued dogs have often lived difficult lives and some of the conditions associated with this can show up at a later date.

We are a rescue made up of all volunteers who care for the dogs you adopt.
Please be kind to our fosters and volunteers as they have given your new dog a chance at life!