A huge thank you to Vieve Tomlinson of The Big Devon Labrador Meet for organising today’s sponsored walk on Dartmoor and to everyone who came along. A fantastic £455 in sponsorship money and donations was raised for The Labrador Rescue Trust. We did a 10K...

This year Area D walk started at the Happy Cheese car park (free car park) in Ashurst, New Forest, Hampshire We followed a path alongside the main railway line from Southampton to Bournemouth, through a gate that took us into a field that was rather boggy...

Henry came to me in 2010 aged 5 1/2.  and I was privileged to keep him until this Saturday when his legs finally failed him.  He spent his first afternoon with me shredding a pheasant toy and dashing in and out of the pond -...

We have had Polly our female chocolate Labrador fo 6 months now She did not like men that includes me, did not like loud noises, did not like the neighbours very timid and hated people who smoked, which was okay by us ,and the worse...

30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LABRADOR RESCUE TRUST A MESSAGE FROM THE TRUST’S FOUNDER, JOHN D. COWELL MBE   [caption id="attachment_1010" align="alignright" width="216"] John with his wife, Pat, and Jessie, who was one of their rescue Labradors from TLRT. Sadly, Jessie passed away at the beginning of last year...

We all know how lovable, sensitive and caring Labradors are. But the extent of their natural talents are immense, especially when put to the test. That is why the breed played - and still play - a vital role in times of war. The book 'Buddy...

This is the second article written by The Labrador Rescue Trust's founder, John D. Cowell MBE. HOW THE LABRADOR RESCUE TRUST WAS STARTED - AND ITS SUBSEQUENT HISTORY You might find it of interest to know how The Labrador Rescue Trust was started and what is required of such...