The Labrador Lifeline Trust is a Labrador Rescue Charity dedicated to rescuing, rehoming and helping Labradors. We are now in our nineteenth year of helping Labradors in need of new homes. We cover the area of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Northampton, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Parts Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Berkshire, Surrey and parts West Sussex. Part Middlesex.
We are a registered charity (number 1076061).
We are also a Kennel Club Accredited Breed rescue.
We are full members of the Association of Dog & Cat Homes and we are required to maintain high standards of welfare in the treatment of all dogs and to abide by their strict codes of practice,
We hold a United Kingdom Animal Transport Licence which guarantees that dogs in our care are moved between homes under strict welfare regulations.
Looking for a Labrador? The Labrador Lifeline Trust often has dogs from 6 months upwards available for rehoming. All homes are personally checked by our own volunteers and no outside agencies are used for this purpose. This is to give peace of mind to those owners who can no longer keep their dog for whatever reason. We will never place a dog in a home where we would not be 100% happy to leave our own dog.
Our role is to find the right dog for the right home. We want to ensure that it will be a kind and loving environment for any rescued Labrador. All our Labradors are fully vetted for health and temperament and you will be told the full history of the dog. The only exception is in the case of a stray. If a stray we will not home to a family with children under 14 years.
Once you have your dog then we will keep in touch with you to give you any help or advice. There is always someone available to help with any problems that may arise.
We never turn away a Labrador through age or infirmity or with health issues. We will rehome Labradors with children provided we know the full history of the dog concerned.
We offer a 24 hour care service and are always available to help with any problems or just for advice. We are always looking for new volunteer helpers and foster homes within the areas we cover.
We rely on public donations and every one received is for the benefit of dogs in our care and none is used for administration purposes.
GIFTS AND LEGACIES
Please remember the Labrador Lifeline Trust in your Will A gift in your Will can help the Trust in its work
Residuary Legacies Leaving a residuary legacy, which is a share of percentage of your estate once other gifts and payments have been made, means your gift keeps pace with inflation. To leave a residuary legacy we suggest the following wording:-
I give [all] or [insert percentage] of my residuary estate to Labrador Lifeline Trust (registered charity number 1076061) of 6 Tottenham Close, Bramley, Tadley, Hampshire RG26 5NW to be applied for its general purposes and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer or other appropriate officer shall be a complete discharge to my Trustees
To leave a pecuniary legacy (a cash sum), we suggest the following wording:-
I give £[insert amount] to Labrador Lifeline Trust (registered charity number 1076061) of 6, Tottenham Close, Bramley, Tadley, Hampshire RG26 5NW to be applied for its general purposes and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer or other appropriate officer shall be a complete discharge to my Trustees.
If you need any more information on making a Will, or amending your current one to include Labrador Lifeline Trust, please contact Martin Coakley of Cheyney Goulding Solicitors (the Trust’s solicitors) by telephoning his office (01483 567676), writing to him at Ward House, Ward Street, Guildford. GU1 4LH.
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