Silver Labrador Retriever Nederland

Lab Rescue of the Labrador Retriever Club

June 30, 2014 – 11:42 pm

Cute chocolate brown labrador
First to Review

Adopting from the Lab Rescue folks takes a little bit of time. After submitting an application, an adoption coordinator gets in touch with the applicant, and if successful, one can look at Labs or attend an Adoption Day event at numerous places in the DC area. There is a mandatory donation that serves to defray the incredible expense of running such an organization.

Dogs have to be neutered either before or after the adoption process. And normally, medical records come with the animal. In my case, I went to the adoption day with my BF and came out with a wonderful 9-month old boy.

If you like Labs, this is a wonderful way to give a labby a new lease on life. Especially with the current economic climate, the number of dropped pets is large, and the adoption day may have 50 to 60 gorgeous Labs waiting to find a second home.

I had a home visit about 30 days after the adoption, to ensure that the dog was being taken care of properly. Since the adoption, we've totally bonded and he's as much a part of my family as anyone else. Besides doing something really good, adopted dogs tend to look at their new parents as the people who rescued them. Deep inside, I know they understand. And their love is unconditional.


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There is no such thing as a Silver Lab.

Terms such as "golden", "silver", "blue", "white" or "grey" as variants are not recognised. The term "Golden Labrador" has been used both as an incorrect term for yellow labradors of a golden shade,[26] and also for any Labrador-Golden Retriever crossbreed of any colour, including black.[27] White is a light shade of yellow (officially referred to as 'light cream' or 'pale yellow' in the standard),[10][28][29] and silver is either not recognised or registered as chocolate (though regarded as a major fault and not up to confirmation).[20][10] Claims that some "rare" variants exist or have been verified by DNA testing, or the like, are widely considered to be a 'scam'.[10][30]

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