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Welcome to the 2017 Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida Furever Families Calendar Contest
The LRROF calendar contest is an annual event that showcases some of our adopted Labrador Retrievers. It’s a way for you to tell your story about how wonderful your adopted Labrador Retriever is and how he or she has changed your life.
The contest entry and voting is finished for this year. Purchase your calendars by clicking here!
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!
Changes to the Contest
We listened to your feedback in prior years and made improvements to the contest! We’ve have a Rules page and a Photo Requirements page, both intended to give you more information about how the contest will be run and what you should expect. Also, to make your experience even better, we’ve waived the submission fee again this year! Please consider making a donation to help the labs, but donations are completely voluntary.
The 2017 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!
A Lab in Need
Meet Griffin Jawitz, 2015’s top voted calendar photo.
+ Adoption Counselor
Bernice handled the application for Griffin’s new furever family and made the connection with the foster.
+ Foster Family
Korrine fostered Griffin until the perfectly matched family came along on September 3, 2013.
= Success Story
Griffin is one of many Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida success stories that come to life each year.
2016 Top DogMeet Tula! Tula was the top voted entry in last year’s 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.