2018 Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida Calendar Contest

The LRROF calendar contest is an annual event that showcases some of our adopted Labrador Retrievers, their stories and how they’ve made a difference to their adoptive families.

 

The contest has ended!

See the WinnersPurchase Calendars

Contest Dates

The calendar contest has two phases, Submissions and Voting.   For the full calendar contest schedule, visit the calendar contest schedule page.

Use the Social Media links under your dog’s accepted entry to tell your friends to vote for your pup!

Contest Rules

Please read our Rules page Photo Requirements page before entering the contest.

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Buy a calendar and help spread the word about Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida!

The 2018 calendars will be created from the top voted entries and will be available for purchase during and after the contest. Visit the contest store to purchase yours!

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Enter

Duke was entered into the 2017 calendar contest.

Contest Rules

Familiarize yourself with the rules before submitting a photo for the contest.

Photo Requirements

Make sure your entry is accepted by also reviewing our photo requirements.

Story Help

Each entry must have a story.  Get ideas for the content of your story.

2017 Top Dog

Meet Harry! Harry received the honor of getting the most votes in the 2017 calendar contest. Here’s his story:

Hi! My name is Sir Harold, but my family and friends call me Harry for short. In my old age, I was dumped in a parking lot and left to fend for myself. But lucky for me, a good Samaritan picked me up and brought me to Lab Rescue. And that’s how my furever family found me. In August of 2014, I came to live with my mom, dad and fursister Jazz. I’m basically king of the house now, they even gave me my own throne as you can see in my picture! I love my whole family, but I’m a real Daddy’s boy because he lets me sleep in the Tempurpedic bed when my mom goes to work. He also gives me the best belly rubs (don’t tell my mom). She’s pretty great too because sometimes she gives me my favorite treat, goat milk! She also takes me for long walks around the neighborhood. My biggest worry used to be where I would sleep at night, but thanks to Lab Rescue now my biggest worry is who will pet my belly next!

2016 Top Dog

Meet Tula! Tula was the top voted entry in the 2016 calendar contest. Here’s her story:

We welcomed our special needs girl, little Tula, into our lives in 2012. Tula has Addison’s Disease and Megaesophagus, which prevents her from swallowing food (despite her voracious Labrador appetite). She eats her liquefied food by sitting in an infant car seat on the floor and then waiting patiently for ten minutes while gravity works its magic. Including her original and foster homes, we are her fifth home and her final stop, as we wouldn’t trade her for the world. From the day we got her, she’s been a loving part of our family. Her sweet spirit, affection for kids, dogs, and especially people, are why we love her so much. Tula has never met a belly rub she didn’t love and is a beautiful example of the Labrador Retriever breed. We are forever grateful for the work of LRROF.

More Prior Contest Submissions

Our Mission

Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida (LRROF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to placing Labrador Retrievers in loving, permanent homes. Our organization is comprised of hardworking volunteers and veterinarian partners that are committed to placing Labs in new homes. Lab Rescue started in 2000 as a grassroots organization and has applied the talents and techniques of its volunteer base to become one of the most successful dedicated breed-specific rescues in the State of Florida.LRROF provides foster care, veterinary care, spaying/neutering and microchips for the Labradors in our adoption program. Our goal is to place our Labradors in appropriate, permanent homes. Prior to an adoption, we consider the history, temperament, personality, and energy level of the rescued Labrador. The placement process includes a written application and a home visit of the potential adopter.

LRROF is committed to making a lifelong match for of all our adopted Labradors.

Rescue Organization

LRROF operates 12 unique areas throughout the state (known as Districts), each managed by an Area/District Coordinator who oversees the volunteers and animals throughout the area. The District Coordinators report to the Board of Directors who manages, plans and facilitates the organization overall.

Write Us

All of our dogs are kept in in-home foster care so we do not have a physical shelter location.  However, we do have a mailing address:Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida, Inc.
1950 NE 6th Street, #10365
Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Registration CH-11502. LRROF does not use professional solicitors and 100% of donations are received by the organization. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING 800.435-7352 WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.

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