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A California Registered 501(c)3 Charity   |   EIN: 83-0882287   |   PO Box 36471, Los Angeles, CA 90036


We are officially registered as a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization in the state of California. Our registration number is EIN: 83-0882287, and our headquarters are located in Los Angeles, California, with our mailing address being PO Box 36471, Los Angeles, CA 90036.

All donations to our foundation are tax deductable.


Your contributions are eligible for tax deductions. We hold a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization status, which means we are officially recognized as a charitable entity, allowing your donations to be tax-exempt while supporting our mission. 

We deeply appreciate your generous support!


We operate as a foster-based rescue organization, without a physical shelter facility, and without any government funding support. Our primary financial sustenance comes from generous donations and adoption fees, which cover our expenses for medical care, supplies, training, and staffing.

Dogs in need of foster care join us through two distinct avenues:

Shelter Rescues: The Labelle Foundation extends its support to animals rescued from various local shelters, including those in Los Angeles County, Kern County, Riverside County, and numerous others across California and Mexico. Our rescue initiative specializes in caring for medical dogs, pregnant mother dogs, and orphaned neonatal puppies. Our goal is to save as many lives as possible, and our foster program enables us to efficiently utilize our resources to achieve this mission.

Owner Surrenders: Sometimes, pet owners encounter challenging life circumstances that prevent them from providing their beloved animals with the quality of life they deserve. In such situations, they make the difficult choice to surrender their dogs to us, ensuring that these dogs never have to enter a shelter environment. Our dedicated team works tirelessly to find these dogs new, loving forever homes.


Have a specific question reguarding


We're pleased to offer a more in-depth section that has been meticulously curated to address various topics. Explore this resource to find answers to some of the most common questions in each area. You can choose between adoption-specific or foster-specific questions on the following page. Simply click your preferred option to gain access to specialized information!"


If you have general non-emergency health-related questions, visit our pet health page below. Your pet's well-being is important to us, and we're here to help with your inquiries and concerns.

Emergency Situations:

If your beloved pet is experiencing a medical emergency, we strongly urge you to contact or visit your nearest emergency veterinary clinic immediately. Time is of the essence in critical situations, and only a licensed veterinarian can provide the necessary care and guidance.

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