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Recycled LoVe DoG Rescue, Inc. is a Charitable Organization that believes that humans are morally responsible to assist in and/or rescue homeless, abused, neglected and/or abandoned animals in need. Recycled LoVe DoG Rescue is dedicated to be a voice for the voiceless. Although primarily small breeds, Recycled LoVe DoG Rescue is an All-Breed Rescue. We rescue dogs from high-kill shelters and dogs about to be surrendered to the shelter system from all over the United States. We transport or fly when necessary. With our home base in California, where dogs are at high risk of euthanasia due to pet overpopulation, with the help of our supporters and contributors, Recycled LoVe DoG Rescue does our best to save as many lives as possible.
Recycled LoVe DoG Rescue, Inc. was formed for the love of unwanted dogs everywhere. In the last 9 years we have rescued between 100-200 dogs each year, many sick and broken requiring immediate costly medical care, elders, pregnant, mama with babes who were all spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated and were matched to loving homes, no matter the length of time in rescue. We have organized freedom flights for dogs coming from all over the U.S.
We have a foster family base that helps with the care of our rescues in their homes. We have dedicated Trainers who donate their time, and make themselves available to give professional advice and continued onsite training if necessary. We have a handful of veterinarians some whom are more specialized in specific areas that we have negotiated discounted costs and fees with.
Our long term goal is to have a fully operating adoption center which would run alongside a daycare/boarding facility. Much like a pet hotel, Temperature controlled by area, play areas, kennels, except separated within the building
With our local community we'd like to develop an educational program that we can offer school districts where we can offer classroom or assembly, teaching them the critical nature of shelter dogs in need, and what they can do to help and at the same time teach these children about spay and neuter, humane care, and the love and compassion that they should have for all animals and encourage them to contribute in there lifetime to the cause