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My name is Carson!

Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Charleston, South Carolina - Carson
Photo 1 - Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Charleston, South Carolina - Carson
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Lowcountry Lab Rescue

Facts about Carson

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Meet Carson. Carson is 1 year old. This sweet boy is good with other dogs if introduced slowly. He is good with kids, but no cats please. Carson is house trained and some leash skills. He knows some basic commands and is improving them daily. Carson is being introduced to a crate, but is not yet fully comfortable with the idea. This is a young and active guy who needs an active lifestyle with somebody happy to cuddle and love on him when playtime is done. Carson has a very strong prey drive and will chase most anything that moves. He is a little scrawny at the moment, but eating well.

To find out how to adopt this wonderful Lab or opportunities on how you can foster a Lowcountry Lab Rescue dog, please visit our web site lowcountrylabrescue.org.

Please note: Lowcountry Lab Rescue is an all-volunteer organization that exists as a network of fosters. As such we do not own or operate a shelter nor can we ship or deliver dogs out of state. An adoption application must be filled out before Lowcountry Lab Rescue can adopt or foster our dogs. As an all-volunteer it may be a day or two before we can respond to your application, but we do appreciate your interest in helping homeless Labs and hope we can help you find your future best friend!

About Lowcountry Lab Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

What We Do....
Lowcountry Lab Rescue (LLR) is a 501(c)(3) animal welfare organization that rescues and rehomes stray and unwanted Labrador Retrievers from life-threatening situations. LLR promotes responsible Labrador ownership through breed education and spay and neuter advocacy to prevent abandonment and homelessness of Labrador Retrievers.

Who We Are...
All volunteers....Lowcountry Lab Rescue is run completely by volunteers with full-time jobs doing something else, such as teacher, lawyer, "mom", sales rep, nurse or business owner.

For more information, please visit our website at www.lowcountrylabrescue.org or our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lowcountry-Lab-Rescue/22205519508

Come Meet Our Pets...

The first step to adoption is completing an adoption application. Then you can email us with all of the questions in the world about labs in general or the specific lab you are interested in meeting. We do not have a central location or shelter where our dogs live while with us. All of our fostered dogs are in private foster homes and are shown to approved applicants by appointment only.

Our Adoption Process...

Thank you for considering adopting one of our Labradors! We always have lots of Labs looking for new homes and the list is always changing. The first step to adoption is completing an adoption application at http://lowcountrylabrescue.org/application . Then you can email us about the specific lab you are interested in meeting. We do not have a central location or shelter where our dogs live while with us. All of our fostered dogs are in private foster homes and are shown to approved applicants by appointment only. Our adoption fee $275. This includes spaying and neutering, necessary vaccinations, microchipping, and pays for health and care for the dogs while they belong to LLR. This usually does not cover the cost of care we have provided for each foster dog.