About Pet Haven Rescue
Pet Haven Rescue is committed to help abolish the suffering, neglect, and overpopulation of animals. It is our strong belief that quality of animal care should come before quantity. We are advocates against hoarders and irresponsible rescue practices that cause more stress and anguish to these delicate creatures. Our cage-free concept reduces stress and cage rage in shelter settings, making them more adoptable. We will continue converting one shelter at a time!
Additionally, we stand against puppy mills and make it a priority to stay engaged in laws and legislation that actively help change the lives of animals everywhere!
We will not stop, we will never give up, we will continue to Educate, Renovate, and Rehabilitate.
Carole Verrochi is cleaning up South Florida’s pet overpopulation problem one scoop at a time.
Owning and operating a cage free animal shelter has its fair share of drama. From preventing dog fights, to behavior modification, Carole Verrochi has her hands full. But this tough-as-nails animal lover is not stopping there. She’s hitting the road in her pimped out RV to convert shelters across the country to cage free living. With over 20 years of experience rescuing and rehabilitating animals and with the help of her contractor husband, she’s the perfect fit for the job. Even the most aggressive dogs are no match for her as she breaks down the barriers and teaches both dogs and humans what it means to live cage free. Join the pack and watch as she educates and renovates. It’s non-stop action in this new reality series that will have you begging for more. Unleashed, uncaged, and uninhibited.
Remembering Dolly Wasserman
Dolly Wasserman was a sponsor and donor to Pet Haven Rescue. Her kids both love dogs and have been clients of Pet Haven. Joanna has her own yoga and dog walking/training business called YogaDogArtDog. Dolly leaves behind her husband Richard and children Jonathan and Joanna. www.wass-law.com Dolly was also an animal lover as was her mother who rescued many dogs when she was younger. Dolly was a big fan of her three granddogs, Sasha, Sumo, and Maggie.