Adopt

Labrador Retriever puppies and dogs in Ridgetown, Ontario

Looking for a Labrador Retriever puppy or dog in Ridgetown, Ontario? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Labrador Retriever near you.

Picture of Labrador Retriever

Adopt a Labrador Retriever near you in Ridgetown, Ontario

We don't see any Labrador Retrievers available for adoption right now, but new adoptable pets are added every day. Try a different search below!

Or, how about these Labrador Retrievers in cities near Ridgetown, Ontario

These Labrador Retrievers are available for adoption close to Ridgetown, Ontario.
We'll also keep you updated on Gunner's adoption status with email updates.
Photo of Gunner

Gunner

Labrador Retriever

Male, Young
Duart, ON
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats,
Story
Barks and Meows Rescue introduces Gunner. He is a yellow labrador Retriever who was born in May 2021. He weighs 57lbs and has a medium-length hair coat. Gunner was transferred to our Rescue where the opportunity for adoption is much greater here.     Gunner is a very happy active boy. He requires stimulation as he is on the move a great deal of the day. He loves playing with other dogs, especially chasing. He is very fast and will try and herd the other dog/dogs he is playing with. Gunner is very social with children and people. He was in foster care at another rescue since he was 4 months old but never found the right family. Gunner is astute and has excellent recall. He would benefit and excel from obedience classes. He rides well in a vehicle and loves car rides. Gunner needs work and practice walking on a lead and body harness. He has a 1/4 acre, fully fenced area, to run on at his foster home so is not used to going for walks. He would do fine in a home with older children as the younger ones, he would bowl over accidentally when he gets playful. The ideal home for Gunner is one where the family includes him in their outdoor activities. He needs to be able to run a good hour or perhaps go on a good long hike when it's not hot out. He requires mental stimulation so leaving him home with some toys won't work for this boy at his age. He is still a big puppy but housebroken. Gunner is neutered, up to date with vaccines, 4dx tested negative, dewormed, and on heartworm/flea/tick prevention.   Thank you very much Melissa Caron Photography for these lovely photos you took.  
We'll also keep you updated on Kit Kat's adoption status with email updates.
Photo of Kit Kat

Kit Kat

Labrador Retriever Cattle Dog

Female, Puppy
Duart, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs,
Story
Barks and Meows Rescue introduces Kit Kat. She is one of 8 puppies born to Mommy Ellie on October 18. There are 5 girls and 3 boys in this litter. Ellie was rescued already Pregnant from a high-kill shelter. She had come in as a stray with a large pure black lab. We believe looking at these pups, that is who the father of the litter is. We believe this litter will reach 60 lbs plus when fully grown. They have thick, shiny coats. The entire litter has wonderful affectionate personalities. Currently, they are similar in all aspects. This entire litter is extremely affectionate and loves to be held and cuddled. They will be high-energy dogs based on their breed mixes. They have huge appetites and have been fed Royal Canin Medium Breed Puppy Food. They eat extremely fast, just like labs tend to do. They are fed every 4 hours during the day. They are a very busy breed mix and are currently stimulated with toys. They are paper trained and get warm quite easily. They give kisses but are very squiggly when trying to hold them. Kit Kat, according to our wonderful photographer, was the most demanding dog she ever had to photograph because she wouldn't sit still. This is typical of this breed mix as you will read further down but she is so loving. Her herding skills also kicked in as there were people in the kitchen her sister behind the gate and the photographer on the floor. She wanted everyone in one spot, she just didn't realize it. She's a real sweetheart so definitely will need another dog in the home to help keep her from getting bored. Her fur is slightly longer than her siblings They love the soft squeaky toys and are so excited when their foster family is in with them. They are not the greatest in the bath but are getting used to it. They are always on the go. Dynamics of owning a Labraheeler Labraheelers respond well to being trained, which is an advantage, especially for novice dog ownersLab and Cattle dog mix dogs make excellent companion pets for active individualsLabraheeler dogs are highly intelligent dogsMany Labraheelers make good watchdogs and will bark at strangers that approach your home.Labraheelers are loving and loyal toward their familyLabraheeler dogs are very active and need energetic owners who can spend hours outdoors exercising the pet.Labraheeler dogs are excellent exercise partners for people who enjoy outdoor sports and want a dog that would be able to walk long distances without easily getting tired. Labraheeler dog is the right dog for that job. Labrador Retrievers as well as Cattle dogs are tireless dogs that really enjoy and even need long walks every day to stay in good mental and physical shape. If you have the time that it takes to properly care for and exercise your dog every day - rain or shine - then Labraheeler may be the dog for you. Labraheelers need lots of space to thrive. Living in a city apartment is not ideal for these active dogs that need lots of outdoor exercises frequently which may not be possible in the cramped city environment. Even if you have a large park nearby but live in an apartment building then it would help to have neighbors with hearing problems, otherwise, you may get many complaints that your dog creates too much noise. Labraheelers are naturally vocal dogs that will bark and they will bark a lot, especially when not left alone or when they miss their long walk and have the energy that needs to be used in some way. Barking may be a solution for a Labraheeler to keep himself or herself busy for some time but for your neighbors, this may not be a pleasant experience. That is another reason why Labraheeler dogs are not recommended for people who live in a city apartment. This litter is currently very social and its adopters will need to continue to do so. Mommy Ellie is a very social cattle dog which is not the norm for her breed so that is a bonus for this litter genetically. Kit Kat had her first set of vaccines on Dec 13 including Bordetella. She was microchipped and weighed 4.98 kg. UPDATE: She had her 2nd set of vaccines including Lepto on Jan 23. Her weight is 8.4 kg. UPDATE: She had her 3rd set of vaccines including Rabies on Feb 2. Her weight is 12.3kg. A fully fenced yard or farm is mandatory to apply for Kit Kat. A playful resident dog in the home is mandatory to help with releasing some of her energy level and to teach her the dynamics of the home. As always, Barks and Meows Rescue will pay for the spays and neuters of this litter at 6 months of age at the West Lorne Animal Hospital.
We'll also keep you updated on Oh Henry's adoption status with email updates.
Photo of Oh Henry

Oh Henry

Labrador Retriever Cattle Dog

Male, Puppy
Duart, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs,
Story
Barks and Meows Rescue introduces Oh Henry. He is one of 8 puppies born to Mommy Ellie on October 18. There are 5 girls and 3 boys in this litter. Ellie was rescued already Pregnant from a high-kill shelter. She had come in as a stray with a large pure black lab. We believe looking at these pups, that is who the father of the litter is. We believe this litter will reach 60 lbs plus when fully grown. They have thick, shiny coats. The entire litter has wonderful affectionate personalities. Currently, they are similar in all aspects. This entire litter is extremely affectionate and loves to be held and cuddled. They will be high-energy dogs based on their breed mixes. They have huge appetites and have been fed Royal Canin Medium Breed Puppy Food. They eat extremely fast, just like labs tend to do. They are fed every 4 hours during the day. They are a very busy breed mix and are currently stimulated with toys. They are paper trained and get warm quite easily. They give kisses but are very squiggly when trying to hold them. Oh Henry loves attention and is constantly wagging his tail for more kisses. He plays well with his siblings. They love the soft squeaky toys and are so excited when their foster family is in with them. They are not the greatest in the bath but are getting used to it. They are always on the go. Dynamics of owning a Labraheeler Labraheelers respond well to being trained, which is an advantage, especially for novice dog ownersLab and Cattle dog mix dogs make excellent companion pets for active individualsLabraheeler dogs are highly intelligent dogsMany Labraheelers make good watchdogs and will bark at strangers that approach your home.Labraheelers are loving and loyal toward their familyLabraheeler dogs are very active and need energetic owners who can spend hours outdoors exercising the pet.Labraheeler dogs are excellent exercise partners for people who enjoy outdoor sports and want a dog that would be able to walk long distances without easily getting tired. Labraheeler dog is the right dog for that job. Labrador Retrievers as well as Cattle dogs are tireless dogs that really enjoy and even need long walks every day to stay in good mental and physical shape. If you have the time that it takes to properly care for and exercise your dog every day - rain or shine - then Labraheeler may be the dog for you. Labraheelers need lots of space to thrive. Living in a city apartment is not ideal for these active dogs that need lots of outdoor exercises frequently which may not be possible in the cramped city environment. Even if you have a large park nearby but live in an apartment building then it would help to have neighbors with hearing problems, otherwise, you may get many complaints that your dog creates too much noise. Labraheelers are naturally vocal dogs that will bark and they will bark a lot, especially when not left alone or when they miss their long walk and have the energy that needs to be used in some way. Barking may be a solution for a Labraheeler to keep himself or herself busy for some time but for your neighbors, this may not be a pleasant experience. That is another reason why Labraheeler dogs are not recommended for people who live in a city apartment. This litter is currently very social and its adopters will need to continue to do so. Mommy Ellie is a very social cattle dog which is not the norm for her breed so that is a bonus for this litter genetically. Oh Henry had his first set of vaccines on Dec 13 including Bordetella. He was microchipped and weighed 6.2 kg. He is currently the largest in the litter. UPDATE: He had his 2nd set of vaccines including Lepto on Jan 23. He weighs 10.5 kg. UPDATE: He had his 3rd set of vaccines including Rabies on Feb 3. He weighed 15.3kg. A fully fenced yard or farm is mandatory to apply for Oh Henry. Preference will be given to those families who have another socialized dog in the home to keep him company and to teach him the dynamics of the home. As always, Barks and Meows Rescue will pay for the spays and neuters of this litter at 6 months of age at the West Lorne Animal Hospital.
We'll also keep you updated on Aero's adoption status with email updates.
Photo of Aero

Aero

Labrador Retriever Cattle Dog

Male, Puppy
Duart, ON
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs,
Story
Barks and Meows Rescue introduces Aero. He is one of 8 puppies born to Mommy Ellie on October 18. There are 5 girls and 3 boys in this litter. Ellie was rescued already Pregnant from a high-kill shelter. She had come in as a stray with a large pure black lab. We believe looking at these pups, that is who the father of the litter is. We believe this litter will reach 60 lbs plus when fully grown. They have thick, shiny coats. The entire litter has wonderful affectionate personalities. Currently, they are similar in all aspects. This entire litter is extremely affectionate and loves to be held and cuddled. They will be high-energy dogs based on their breed mixes. They have huge appetites and have been fed Royal Canin Medium Breed Puppy Food. They eat extremely fast, just like labs tend to do. They are fed every 4 hours during the day. They are a very busy breed mix and are currently stimulated with toys. They are paper trained and get warm quite easily. They give kisses but are very squiggly when trying to hold them. Aero is very affectionate and of course, loves eating and playing tug of war with his rope toys. They love the soft squeaky toys and are so excited when their foster family is in with them. They are not the greatest in the bath but are getting used to it. They are always on the go. Dynamics of owning a Labraheeler Labraheelers respond well to being trained, which is an advantage, especially for novice dog ownersLab and Cattle dog mix dogs make excellent companion pets for active individualsLabraheeler dogs are highly intelligent dogsMany Labraheelers make good watchdogs and will bark at strangers that approach your home.Labraheelers are loving and loyal toward their familyLabraheeler dogs are very active and need energetic owners who can spend hours outdoors exercising the pet.Labraheeler dogs are excellent exercise partners for people who enjoy outdoor sports and want a dog that would be able to walk long distances without easily getting tired. Labraheeler dog is the right dog for that job. Labrador Retrievers as well as Cattle dogs are tireless dogs that really enjoy and even need long walks every day to stay in good mental and physical shape. If you have the time that it takes to properly care for and exercise your dog every day - rain or shine - then Labraheeler may be the dog for you. Labraheelers need lots of space to thrive. Living in a city apartment is not ideal for these active dogs that need lots of outdoor exercises frequently which may not be possible in the cramped city environment. Even if you have a large park nearby but live in an apartment building then it would help to have neighbors with hearing problems, otherwise, you may get many complaints that your dog creates too much noise. Labraheelers are naturally vocal dogs that will bark and they will bark a lot, especially when not left alone or when they miss their long walk and have the energy that needs to be used in some way. Barking may be a solution for a Labraheeler to keep himself or herself busy for some time but for your neighbors, this may not be a pleasant experience. That is another reason why Labraheeler dogs are not recommended for people who live in a city apartment. This litter is currently very social and its adopters will need to continue to do so. Mommy Ellie is a very social cattle dog which is not the norm for her breed so that is a bonus for this litter genetically. Aero had his first set of vaccines on Dec 13 including Bordetella. He was microchipped and weighed 4.8 kg. He is currently the smallest of the males UPDATE: 2nd set of vaccines including Lepto given Jan 23. His current weight is 8.0 kg. UPDATE: He had his 3rd set of vaccines including Rabies on Feb 3. His weight was 12.7kg A fully fenced yard or farm is mandatory to apply for Aero. Preference will be given to those families who have another socialized dog in the home to keep him company and to teach him the dynamics of the home. As always, Barks and Meows Rescue will pay for the spays and neuters of this litter at 6 months of age at the West Lorne Animal Hospital.
We'll also keep you updated on MILHOUSE's adoption status with email updates.
new badge
Photo of MILHOUSE

MILHOUSE

Labrador Retriever Poodle (Standard)

Male, 10 mos
London, ON
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
-

Search for a Labrador Retriever puppy or dog

Use the search tool below to browse adoptable Labrador Retriever puppies and adults Labrador Retriever in Ridgetown, Ontario.

Labrador Retriever puppies and dogs in nearby cities

Related breeds in Ridgetown, Ontario

Labrador Retriever shelters & rescues in Ridgetown, Ontario

There are animal shelters and rescues that focus specifically on finding great homes for Labrador Retriever puppies in Ridgetown, Ontario. Browse these Labrador Retriever rescues and shelters below.

Here are a few organizations closest to you:

Rescue

9 miles

Barks and Meows Rescue

PO Box 657, Duart, ON N0L 1H0

Pet Types: cats, dogs

More an arrow icon

Shelter

45.8 miles

London Animal Care Centre

121 pine valley blvd, London, ON N6K 3T6

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

More an arrow icon

Looking for a specific shelter or rescue?

If you're not seeing what you're looking for, try our shelter and rescue search. We have more than 17,000 organizations in our database with furry pals waiting for a new home!

magnifying glass with cat and dog

Want to learn more about adopting a Labrador Retriever puppy or dog?

We've got all the info you need on adopting and caring for a Labrador Retriever puppy. Check out the links below for everything you ever wanted to know about Labrador Retriever puppies and adults.

Labrador Retriever basics

clipboard with list

Where do Labrador Retrievers come from? How many types of Labrador Retrievers are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Labrador Retriever.

Learn More an arrow icon