Love of Labs, Indiana
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Why Adopt A Rescue Lab?

One of the most important parts of LOLIN's mission is education.  At events we participate in throughout the community and here on our web site, we hope to spread the word about the problem of pet overpopulation and the importance of adoption.  Many people do not realize the severity of the problem here in Indiana and throught the country, particularly in the Midwest and South.  Those who pause to think about the number of animals in shelters and humane societies often think that healthy adoptable animals are adopted rather than put down.  We know this simply isn't true.  We also often hear shock expressed when we are out in the community talking to people that purebred Labradors are at risk of euthanasia in shelters.  Many people believe that a purebred dog will always get adopted or rescued.  The truth is that purebred, adoptable, healthy, FABULOUS dogs are euthanized every day across this country.  Until spay and neuter laws are put in place and enforced, we rely on spreading our message of adoption and rescue in order to save as many dogs as possible.  Every adoption we have at LOLIN allows us to shift resources to the next needy shelter dog.  When you are considering adding a new four-legged member of your family, please opt to adopt.  Every animal purchased from a pet store or breeder supports that business breeding more litters.  Even if you love and care for the dog you purchase for its whole life, statistics are against the litter in general.  Chances are one or more dogs from nearly every litter bred will end up in homeless, in an animal shelter, or living a life of neglect.

Contact Information


Lolin, Inc.
8063 Madison Avenue, #235
Indianapolis, IN 46227
Phone: 317-602-1470
Fax: 801-640-7688
Email: lolin@lolin.org

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Mission Statement


Love of Labs' (LOLIN, INC) mission is to reduce the euthanasia rate of Labrador Retrievers and Labrador mixes throughout animal shelters/animal controls in the Midwest (ESPECIALLY INDIANA). LOLIN will accomplish this goal by spaying and neutering dogs we rescue from shelters and educating the public regarding adoption, heartworm prevention, sterilization for all pets, and responsible ownership. LOLIN, INC. is a not-for-profit, 501(c)3, IRS deemed Public Charity, and your donations are tax deductible to the full extent provided by the IRS. Love of Labs obtains operational funds through adoption fees, donations, and various fundraisers ONLY.