Drink Coffee. Save Dogs.

Every abandoned dog deserves a second chance. At Labrador Retriever Coffee Co., we use the sale of our single origin and blended coffees to help them find new homes. Twenty percent of our profits benefit no-kill animal shelters, dog foster care organizations, and Labrador Retriever Rescue operations.

You benefit from big, bold flavor — dogs benefit from your big, bold heart.

When you drink our coffee, you're supporting these hardworking and dedicated rescue organizations across the U.S.

We donate a full 20 percent of our profits to the Labrador Retriever Rescue Organizations featured below. As we grow, we intend to help even more. If your organization rescues Labs and would like to benefit from our charitable giving, we invite you to reach out to us, tell us a little about your organization, and leave us a link to your website. To reach out, click here.

Labrador Education and Rescue Network

L.E.A.R.N. began rescuing Labs in 1999. As of July 2020, LEARN has found forever homes for 2,200 Labs.

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Lu's Labs Labrador Retriever Rescue

Their mission is to assist labs in need, with the ultimate goal of finding them permanent, loving homes.

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A Lab for Life Rescue

They are a foster based rescue located in Oklahoma that provides a compassionate life-line to abandoned dogs.

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Lucky Lab Rescue & Adoption

They currently adopt labs to three regions in the United States: The Midwest, New England and Texas.

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Brookline Labrador Retriever Rescue

Brookline was started in 1997 with a single volunteer saving a single Lab. Now they have about 100 volunteers and place an average of 100 Labs each year in their forever homes.

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Lab Rescue LRCP

LRCP is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization committed to rescuing, vetting, and finding loving homes for nearly 1,000 dogs each year.

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New England Lab Rescue

NELR rescues Labs from Southern states & brings them to New England for adoption.

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Save a Lab Rescue

They rescue Labs who are in danger of being euthanized at shelters, abused or neglected.

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