ROSEMONT LABRADORS
13 Rosemont Drive  Hinsdale, NH 03451  603.256.8261
lborst2.1@juno.com
And Canine Capers Dog Boarding Service
The dogs featured below are dogs that have been surrendered to me from families no longer able to care for them for one reason or another, or from shelters where they may be put to death for no reason other than over crowding.  Sometimes, it's simply a matter of the dog not getting the attention and exercise it needs to be a well adjusted family member.  Other times, there's been a death in the family, loss of a job, natural disaster, or relocation to other environs. As per NH Dep't of Ag. rules, all dogs offered for adoption are Heart Worm Negative, either by virtue of their young age, or by blood test confirmation. The adoption fee includes DA2PP, (or similar distemper/parvo vaccination) rabies vaccine, bordatella vaccine (kennel cough), interstate health certificate/pre-transport vet visit, spay/neuter (if age appropriate), negative fecal, worming, and flea/tick preventative.
If you, or any one you know, is interested in learning more about the adoption process or a specific dog, please contact me for more information about the dog and how you can help.  doG Bless, Lisa
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Hi Lisa,
This is a long overdue thank you for all the wonderful work you do every day to help dogs find their forever homes. We are the family that drove up from RI to adopt Waffles. I'm sending you a few pictures of Calie (formerly Waffles) so you can see what a difference you make in the lives of these animals. Calie is a very good dog and we all love her to pieces. Calie is perfect for us as we like to walk in the woods and she is amazing at being off lease in safe places. Wait until you see the picture of her and my cat together! It took awhile to get these two together, but we are getting there slowly but surely. At any rate I know the work you do is hard but please keep making a difference - you are one amazing lady  Miranda
Lisa, about Jayce... now Daisy :)  
She has a busier social calendar than I with play dates at the dog park. We are in private obedience lessons and the owner of the school is going to certify her as a therapy dog. She is our whole world, other that chasing me around the house with her purple squeeky ball when she wants to play... ha ha ha... she literally has NO bad habits. Not afraid of storms, but don't pull out a fly swatter. She must have been hit with an object in the past. I cannot imagine life without her!!   Thank you!   Tina
Hi Lisa,  
We adopted Levi from you a couple of years back. I just wanted to send you a quick update to tell you how much he is loved and how much he reciprocates that love. He's a cuddler, a kisser, a protector, and sometimes just a big ham. He LOVES to swim - leaps off the dock every day all summer and has a special ladder made for him to be able to jump off the boat, fetch his favorite toy, climb back on the boat and do it again and again and again. He has brought us such joy - we are so glad he came into our lives.
Hi Lisa!
It's been 2 years now since Murray's adoption--wow!" and I just wanted to let you know how happy we are. Murray has found his "forever" home; we love him to death and he loves us the same in return-- the bond is strong. You need never wonder or worry about him again! We hike, boat, camp, snowshoe, x-country ski, swim, you-name-it and Murray does it with us! He is great with other dogs, my chickens, our grand-kids.... 
We can't say enough about him.....well, maybe he could be less of a licker.....haha...  He fits our lifestyle perfectly and he is well loved and cared for. Take care and thank you for what you do.
Buster is a smaller sized neutered male lab mix that is about 35 pounds and (at our best guess) around 12-14 months old. He loves attention, and is a bit timid when first meeting people. He's playful, energetic, and would do well in a family with other animals and kids.
Debbie, a spayed female Golden Retriever mix is around one year old. She may have been on her own for a bit, since the concept of a leash isn't one she's familiar with. Despite that, Debbie is learning to trust people and to imagine a life of affection and family. Debbie is timid upon first introduction, yet welcomes petting and being fussed over. She will benefit from a few more pounds on her and gentle positive encouragement.
Striker is a neutered male Lab that was surrendered by his owner when they realized it wasn't fair to keep him given their heavy work schedule. He's 2 years old. At first a bit shy and withdrawn, Striker is now a playful guy that gets along great with the other dogs. He has been very well cared for by his previous family- he even walks great on leash!  Striker would love a family with time enough to give him exercise and attention. He's really quite a lovely fellow! The following information was provided by the woman that surrendered him:
He does get a long with kids just fine but loves jumping so I would recommend someone who can help him learn not to do that...he was fine with our 10 year old. He does not like the broom, bbq pit, fireworks or vacuums for some reason. He loves to have his own space (kennel) to go to if he is uncomfortable. He loves car rides with the windows down to hang his head out. He loves to go on walks and run around a lot. (TONS OF ENERGY) I am not sure about cats but we do have an indoor bunny that would hop around and he just wanted to play with him. He response really well with treats (cookies) too. He really loves baths and water as well. If he is bored he will chew so I recommend on making sure they know to have plenty of toys for him to play with. We had stations through out the house for him in case he was in a different room. As long as he has toys we never had any problems.