Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Avon, New York - FOSTER HOMES NEEDED
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BlueMoon Meadows


  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male

Fostering is the very foundation of our organization. Without the generous foster families who open their hearts and homes to a dog in need, we would not be successful at saving dogs.

The foster home can choose the dog that will fit with their home environment and schedule or we can match you with a foster dog. The rescue provides all the supplies and services required to care for your new temporary family member.

If interested please contact us or fill out our foster application - click here to download the application.


Approximately 5 million to 7 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year, and approximately 3 million to 4 million are euthanized. We can't save them all, but the more foster homes we have, the more we can save. You can help us make that happen.

Not quite ready or don't want to adopt? When you foster you can help a huge number of dogs a year be saved from possible euthanasia and find a new forever home!

All you need to do is provide a loving, warm home and environment with lots of affection. BlueMoon Meadows provides all veterinary care, donated food when available, professional training when necessary and all the advice we can give you to help you with your fosters. All dogs are fully vetted and spayed/neutered before entering a foster home.

Bi weekly meet and greets provide a great way to meet families looking to adopt and great socialization for your foster dogs and great socialization for you too!

Questions? Please email

About BlueMoon Meadows

About Our Rescue Group...


It’s a sobering thought, but do you know who will take care of your pets if you should die or become physically unable to care for them? If plans are not carefully made, your pets may not be living as you had hoped. Whether your death turns out to be unexpected or not, securing your pets' care will give you peace of mind.


At BlueMoon Meadows, we believe that our lives are enriched by pets, and we understand every owner’s fear of leaving them behind. BlueMoon Meadows gives pet owners the reassurance that their faithful friends who are left behind will not be forgotten, neglected, or die before their time.

OUR PURPOSE (Our Mission)

The mission of BlueMoon Meadows is to educate pet owners on how to make provisions for their pet’s future and provide lifetime care for pets that are orphaned due to their owner's illness or death. This will be obtained through innovative outreach programs that provide a network of resources necessary to plan for a pet’s future and through various adoption programs. Lifetime care is achieved by placing Orphans into private loving homes. Those who are not adopted spend their remaining years being loved and cared for in a our future family home "The Lodge at BlueMoon".


Currently, over 500,000 pets each year are euthanized in shelters because their owners have passed away and failed to make plans for their continued care. This number excludes the thousands of orphans abandoned to die on the streets or who are privately euthanized by veterinarians because their owners believed they had no other choice

Our Adoption Process...

When an Orphan joins the BlueMoon family, the pet's emotional, behavior and medical history is extensively reviewed. If our Orphans have not received an examination within the last year, one of our affiliate Veterinarians, will review all medical history. If required, they are treated for any ailments/parasites, brought up to date on vaccinations, and spayed/neutered. At this time, until The Lodge at BlueMoon Meadows is built, the Orphan will be temporarily housed at one of our boarding partners facilities that qualify for our Helping Hands Program or one of our foster homes directly. All Helping Hands facilities have been qualified to meet our high requirements. While in temporary boarding or foster care, we will assess the Orphan's temperament, behavior, provide any rehabilitatation, polish house manners, socialize, and evaluate when he or she may be ready for adoption. An Orphan is in our foster program for a minimum of two weeks-several months depending on the Orphan's needs. Once the Orphan is made available for adoption on our adoptions page, we begin matching him or her with the best home for both Orphan and family. We have a fair and ethical adoption service that matches a family to an orphan.

We process applications in order of date received; HOWEVER this does not mean the next application is the right match for a particular orphan. The foster and Adoption Coordinator discuss what home is the best match and a decision is made based on the Orphan's and the family's best interest. We believe our foster family knows the Orphan best and is crucial in the decision-making process. Our application process has been developed using years of successful experience in matching Orphans with forever homes. This is not a first come first serve process, we take adoption very serious and with every intention that it's a life long match. These orphans have been entrusted to BlueMoon Meadows to provide LIFETIME care, legally and morally. Through adoptions, we provide lifetime solutions for their emotional and physical care.

Before you send in an adoption application, please read about our program, review available Orphans, be aware that we require a home visit before we will place an Orphan in the home. You may also "prequalify" your home for a certain type of Orphan or particate in our Foster-to Adopt program. This will allow us to expedite the matching process while still helping an Orphan. Please follow the steps outlined below:

(1) Complete and send the application below. The application is both online and in pdf format. The pdf format can be printed and mailed.

(2) If applicable, include the name(s) of Orphan(s) you are interested in on your application. Please note; BlueMoon can not make any guarantee that a particular orphan is a match for your family.

(3) Work with us to arrange for the home visit, which must be set up at the convenience of both the adoptive home and our volunteers. Please be patient as the volunteers all have families and jobs in addition to their rescue work, and we often have several applicants we are already working with.

(4) Be sure you are seriously interested in continuing the adoption process. We will arrange the visit with the pet after the application and home check clear you for approval. When the process gets to the point of visiting the pet in our private foster homes, we are asking volunteers to take their time to open their homes to prospective adopters.

(5) Bookmark and check the web site frequently as pets in our program are quickly adopted after home approval. We usually have many pets wanting to come into the program and many applicants waiting for them. It is a good idea to go ahead and submit the application and have the home check done even if you do not see the orphan you would like to adopt yet. The right pet for you could come into the program any day. In addition, once approved, you are eligible to our Foster-to- Adopt program, if you should chose that option.

Our adoption process may seem to take a bit longer than many anxious homes would prefer, but we do private adoptions only, for the best match of our orphans and families: this does take time, patience, and hard work. The results are almost always to the advantage of both the orphan and family for a lifetime of companionship and devotion. Please understand that we do not become involved in time-consuming discussions about our orphans unless families are serious about adopting a lifelong family member.

The Home Visit and Adoption Finalization

Our representative will bring a pet with him or her to see how the family and any resident pets interact; where the orphan will sleep and ask questions about where the orphan will be housed when the family is away. We will inquire about feeding, grooming, exercise, veterinary care, etc. ALL family members MUST be present and participate in the home visit process.

If the adoption team thinks this would be a good home - the family will visit the orphan in the foster home, or the volunteers will bring the orphan to the adopter's home to see if this will be a good match with the family and other pets. If so, the day of adoption, the new owner signs a final adoption agreement and pays an adoption fee of $300.00 for dogs under 6 months of age and $250.00 for dogs over 6 months of age. The $25 application fee will be applied to the orphans adoption fee. Please ask us about special pricing for Seniors. Please review the adoption agreement below for specific details.

At the time of adoption the family is given a copy of medical records, a pet information sheet (current food, favorite toys, likes/dislikes, etc.), and signs the legally binding adoption agreement. The adoption fee is collected which goes directly to cover admitting, transporting and preparing our orphans for adoption. Any additional donations are always appreciated and accepted via our donation page; however only the adoption fee is required.