Find rescue dogs their fur forever! Based in Los Angeles, the Labelle Foundation is a non-profit dog rescue organization specializing in canine moms and babies, orphaned puppies and medical dogs – and is looking for help to continue its mission during the time of the holidays.
The foster-based organization is currently seeking donations to help various dogs find their forever homes. According to a description on their website, Labelle still needs pee pads, blankets, kibble, crates, and other supplies to take care of these creatures.
“Your donation goes directly to the aid of animals in danger, whether they are suffering on the streets or languishing in the shelter; we immediately attend to all medical illnesses and injuries, welcome them into homes, get them obedience or behavior training, and finally find them their forever loving families,” a statement on their website reads. “Any amount helps makes a difference to these abused and rejected animals! Thank you for loving animals as much as we do.”
The non-profit organization works to rescue dogs that appear first on shelter euthanasia lists to give them their best chance at a happy, loving life with supportive owners. In addition to donating supplies or financial assistance, aspiring pet owners can also foster or adopt their own dog.
As a shelter, Labelle relies on its volunteers to care for animals like their own before they are placed in foster homes. Adopting a dog can help socialize pets “to give them their best chance of success in their future families.”
“The Labelle Foundation can’t thank all of its adoptive parents enough for helping them save lives and always needs more,” read a statement. “If you’re staying in LA this holiday season, please consider opening your home to a pup in need to give them their best vacation yet!”
Labelle specializes in caring for orphaned puppies, seeking volunteers to look after these animals until they are at least 8 weeks old by giving them 24-hour care, food and teaching them how to go to the toilet before finding their “coat”. never “houses”. By December, the rescue had placed nearly 125 dogs in foster homes.
“Engaging the community from afar, the Labelle Foundation aims to serve the animal rescue community by specializing in newborn orphans, medical dogs, and mothers and babies,” reads the organization’s mission statement. . “Their goal is to help the animals they rescue find loving forever families, save as many lives as possible, and educate about the importance of responsible dog ownership.”
A running description of Labelle’s needed supplies can be found via an Amazon wishlist.