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Other Ways To Donate
~WAYS TO HELP~

Making a donation to New England Lab Rescue is the best way to help us save the lives of abandoned and abused labs.
New England Lab Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group, so all donations are tax deductible.

​~MAIL YOUR DONATION~

New England Lab Rescue
PO Box 58
Limerick, Maine 04048

 

~SUPPORT THROUGH AMAZON SMILE~

Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to New England Lab Rescue whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. Click on AmazonSmile logo to shop.

~DONATE A COLLAR OR A LEASH~

Seeking donations of new and gently used leashes, collars, and harnesses in all sizes.
With a special need for Martingale collars as pictured. 

Please mail all collars, leashes, and harnesses to:

Diane Madruga 

751 Deering Ridge Rd. 

East Waterboro, ME 04030

 

 

~SUBSCRIBE TO BARK BOX~

Want to lend a paw? When you use our code "NELR" on any 6- or 12-month BarkBox subscription, they’ll donate $25 to us, and you’ll get your first box for 50% off!BarkBox is a monthly delivery of the original dog toys and all-natural treats, sure to makeyour pup flip out with joy. To get started, visit: www.barkbox.com/NELR

We could not do it without wonderful supporters like you!!

Turner was neglected by his original owners and was never given any heart worm prevention.  His owners left him at a shelter and refused to pay the minimal fee to treat him. NELR stepped up and placed Turner into our program. We had him treated for heart worms ($700.00), neutered, gave him all his shots, and transported him to New England where he found a loving home!

It’s because of kind and generous people like you that we are able to save many labs, get them vetted, bring them up on transport to New England and place them into loving homes where they will thrive and be loved.  We are thrilled to let you know that NELR has placed over 3,000 labs since 2010, and it is our goal to continue to save this much loved breed and follow through until they find their “forever” homes. 

Turner in his forever home