After learning the tragic statistics that
over 75% of the pets at animal shelters
would spend their last days on cement
floors, with their lives ending in
euthanasia,
Randi Berger founded
Recycled Pets Rescue.
Randi was at the
forefront of Southern California's animal
rescue craze in the 1980s and began
taking 100-200 dogs a year out of these
high-kill public shelters. After being
saved, the dogs were then vet checked,
treated for any illnesses, altered,
groomed, and, most importantly, housed
cage free, in private homes as family
members until their new perfect forever
families were found. Soon after, Randi
pioneered a concept that was foreign in
her area...open house adoptions where
pets needing homes were shown at high
traffic locations. Recycled Pets began
inviting other rescues to these adoption
events and soon this concept became a
successful, mainstream approach to
placing homeless pets.
Recycled Pets Rescue
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andi Berger
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