Labrador Life Line is giving you, our loyal supporters, a second chance.
We are extending our current fundraiser-Robin’s Glass World Sun Catchers-for an additional week!
Remember, to place “LLL” in the comments box when you place your order and Labrador Life Line will receive 12% of your order!
If you’ve already placed your order, thank you.
If you haven’t, why haven’t you?
Remember second chances don’t last forever, and this one comes to an end next week on April 7th!
On behalf of the LLL board, thank you for your continued support. Your help gives the Labs we assist a second chance.
Click HERE to place your order now! And thanks again for your continued support of Labrador Life Line.
Back in August, I wrote a two-part blog on “The Process“ on what happens when someone applies for help with Labrador Life Line for their sick or injured Lab. Earlier this year, Annie’s family submitted her application when the four-year-old chocolate cutie had ingested a rock. Annie’s condition was life threatening, and she needed an emergency operation to remove the rock. During the procedure, the vet had to remove some of her intestine.
For everyone of us, being a member of Labrador Life Line truly is a Labor of Love.
This may be a little late, but does a boy and a dog story ever grow old?
Like most shows during the last week of the year, The Today Show reported on the thirteen stories that moved its viewers the most.
From acts of kindness to triumphs of love, each of the stories gave their viewers plenty to smile about and give them hope that the world may not be so bad after all.
Coming in at number 9 on the list was the touching story of Himalaya.
Himalaya is the Lab that wouldn’t say no.
In a heartfelt and touching 4-minute YouTube video, the yellow Lab is seen coming over to a three-year-old boy with Down Syndrome. After several nudges by the persistent Lab to get the boy to hug him, the boy gives into her advances.
Are you smiling yet?
Until the next time…
And so do we.
Thank you for ensuring that the beat will go on.
It’s never too early to think summer vacation.
A few years back, Labrador Life Line helped a black Labrador Retriever named Jack. Jack’s parents applied for financial assistance with Labrador Life Line when he had unexpected medical expenses. Like most parents who come to LLL for help, treatment costs were much more than they could and they needed help to pay for his treatment.
Fast forward to present day.
Jack’s parents sent us this update: “Several years ago we used your services and our dog, Jack, is going strong at almost 11 years old.”
But that was not all.
They also wanted to “Paw It Forward.”
Currently up for bid in Labrador Life Line’s Heart Dog Auction is a full week vacation stay at their White Iron Beach Resort in Ely Minnesota for a family or group of 4 in one of
their beautiful resort cabins.
Please note: Reservations can be used from May 9th to June 27th or August 9th to October 15th ONLY. And of course, they are PET FRIENDLY, so your pets are always welcome at White Iron Beach Resort!
Don’t forget in order to bid you have to first register (if you haven’t already) for the auction. But don’t wait too long, the auction ends on February 15th.
Thanks for your support.