An email was recently sent to me with regards to “RUMORS” about how the It’s a Lab Thing Guide will function. Here is my response to that email:
[quoteicon author=”Antonio, Founder It’s a Lab Thing™”]
First, thank you for contacting me directly. However, I am very curious as to what “labgroup” you are talking to get your information? Considering we have not even released any formal details as to how the guide will work. At this time we are still gauging the interest in the guide. Quite frankly I find it a little upsetting at your approach as I donate endless and endless hours of my web design, marketing and social media knowledge to a Lab Rescue each and every single day. I actually donated a completely new web site to Labrador Friends of the South.
I understand your concern, but if you followed both my website and Facebook closely, you would see how much attention I give to rescues and the emphasis i put on rescuing. I have a rescue now and I foster every chance I get. I see the boxes of puppies that get discarded or the adult labs in shelters. I understand what is going on. I am in it just like you.
It’s a Lab Thing will always support Labrador Rescues and responsible breeders with the emphasis that rescuing comes first and should always be considered first. Any GOOD Reputable breeder would say the same thing. We are striving, and you can see it, to be the very best site for Labradors. With that comes great responsibility that we take seriously here at It’s a Lab Thing. This is a passion for us and we want to see it grow.
Again thank you for taking the time to reach out to me and please do not take this email personally, but it is very disheartening to me when we are being accused or that there is negative gossip to what we plan on doing with ILT when nobody and I mean nobody knows what are plans are except my wife and I.
I hope you are signed up and we do plan on sending out more details out to all those who have signed up in the coming days.
Thank you for being a fan and thank you for all that you do for rescues.
It’s a Lab Thing
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This topic I am sure will spark debate between the two groups and others will understand. Just know that It’s a Lab Thing will always champion Rescues and Highly Responsible Breeders in that order.
Remember It’s a Lab Thing is here to be an Uplifting social Labrador society, because in the end we all are Lovers of Labradors and that is the common thread that binds us together.