History

The Labelle Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Los Angeles foster based animal rescue devoted to rescuing, rehabilitating, and advocating for dogs. The culmination of the Labelle Foundation began when founders, Laura and Sabrina Labelle, were asked to take the two runts of a pitbull puppy litter someone had put in a trash bag and left to die in a dumpster. They were only a few hours old when Laura and Sabrina took them in. The mother-daughter duo of The Labelle Foundation has been growing ever since! 

Since 2011, the Labelle Foundation has worked with a multitude of rescue organizations and vets. The founders have also built up a wonderful network of fosters, adopters, and supporters. Rescue is a team sport and The Labelle Foundation could not do it alone. We are so thankful for the community of trainers, rescue partners, volunteers, vets, fosters, adopters and supporters who remind us of compassion within our community. Throughout the years the Labelle Foundation has discovered new ways to continue to grow and rescue more animals in need. 

From 2019 to 2020, The Labelle Foundation team has more than quadrupled in size. Our foster and adoption networks have grown leaps and bounds. The Labelle Foundation is rescuing more dogs than ever and doing more than 100 adoptions per month. Medical and neonatal dogs have continued to be a speciality for The Labelle Foundation. The costs of modern medicine have become one of the largest challenges rescues face every day. Together the Labelle Foundation is very excited to embark on their ventures and continue to work with wonderful rescuers who they have come to know and love.