Randi Berger's Recycled Pets Rescue

Randi Berger

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Adoptions
Due to the housing changes throughout the country (which is soon to have an up-turn), volumes of very desirable pets are being given up on a daily basis. Our mission is to help owners find options, so they'll keep their entire families together. But we urge everyone to rescue from their local shelters and tell others about the adoptable pets at risk of being destroyed. In the Southern California area, please visit LAAnimalServices.org. For the entire country, please visit PetFinder.com to meet adoptable pets needing homes.


<— You can read about these dogs in
My Recycled Pets: Diary of a Dog Addict

Giving Up A Pet
Recycled Pets Rescue may be able to assist you with problem-solving in an effort to provide options with our goal of helping you keep your pets. Please send a brief email to info@RecycledPetsRescue.com and we'll respond if we can help you. Recycled Pets Rescue offers skilled service to assist with placement of pets as a last option, but again, keep in mind our mission is to keep families togeter for the entire life of each pet. That is where we put most of our energy. Our belief is, "If there's a will, we'll help find a way!"

Adopting a Pet through Recycled Pets Rescue
In order for Recycled Pets to determine if you're the perfect match for a dog we have awaiting adoption, we ask you read and complete our online adoption application before phoning.

Due to our longevity, it's our promise that we will utilize our expertise and discernment in making a match that's ideal for both you and each dog we place.

Because our focus over the years has shifted to free public education/assistance and the long term, in home care of unadoptable senior and special needs pets, it has become even more critical for Recycled Pets to ask for, and receive, a specific donation/fee when we place a more "desirable" pet. With this in mind, we kindly ask your contribution/fee for the adoption of one of our pets start at no less than $300, which includes altering, shots, a veterinary check, grooming and issue resolving help for the rest of your beloved recycled pets' life.

Whether you adopt a pet from our rescue, or choose to adopt from somewhere else, we ask you find it in your heart to offer as much of a donation as possible. It's through your generosity that private rescues like ours can continue our efforts and are able to survive saving lives.