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Welcome to Peyton's Place Animal Rescue...

Rescue. Advocate. Educate.

Mission Statement

Peyton’s Place Animal Rescue is dedicated to rescuing small domesticated animals that come from a variety of situations, be it a kill shelter, partner rescue group or an individual that can no longer care for their pet. We are committed to ensure animals that come into our group are fully vetted and have clean bills of health before finding them the best possible home.

We are a registered 501(c)(3) non profit. We do not take salaries. Every dollar goes to the animals.

How you can help:

Screening Applications: We need volunteers that can call references for applications we receive of both potential fosters and adopters. This entails calling references, landlords, checking social media sites and setting up home visits. This can be done right from the comfort of your home! 

Home Visits: Home visits are are crucial part of the adoption process. We will not allow an animal to be adopted without a home visit and we do not accept photos of someone’s home in lieu of a home visit. A home visit typically takes 15-30 minutes. There is a standard form to be followed while at the home to ensure the pet is going to a home suitable for its needs. We want to make sure that this adoption is a perfect fit for the family and the animal. Whenever possible, we prefer the animal to attend the home visit. When an older animal, it is imperative that the animal be there during the visit. For younger dogs and puppies, it is not required. 

Adoption events: We will be hosting adoption events when we start picking up and will need people there for a couple of hours to take applications and talk to people about our animals. Having a positive presence in the community and at the events is crucial to the success of our rescue and the animals that need us. 

Fostering: Fosters are critical to the success of PPAR and the well being of the animals we serve. Each animal that goes into foster opens kennel space for another animal in need, and is often times literally the difference between life and death for that animal. All you need to foster is the ability to offer a stable environment to an animal as it waits for its forever home. Sometimes a foster will be with you for a week or two; sometimes the placement process takes a few months. While fostering might seem daunting at first, it’s important to understand that you are never in it alone. Foster coordinators work to find the dog or cat that best matches your home. We offer ongoing support to all of our fosters and we have someone available 24/7 for emergencies. Along with food and veterinary care, helpful items like crates and toys are supplied. Fosters will be asked to bring their foster to adoption events at least 2 times per month.

Perhaps the most often-asked question about fostering is, “How do you say goodbye to your foster when it’s time?” While some fosters realize that their home is the right match for the animal they are fostering, most discover that the greatest joy comes when their charge finds its forever family. When your foster animal leaves to go to its forever home its always a bittersweet event. But knowing that successful fostering saves the lives of multiple animals and helps complete families makes saying goodbye much more“sweet” than “bitter”.

Please click the “become a foster” tab and complete the application to begin your fostering journey with us!

Dogs in Need of Fosters

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Customers

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Professionals

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Pets Hosted

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Customers

In Need of Fosters

ATTN: We received a plea to take this 8 year old hound! He is super gentle & low energy & very friendly. His name is George! He is great with other dogs. He needs to put on a few pounds. Comes vetted with rabies and heart worm and vaccines. If you have EVER thought about fostering an older dog, George would be the perfect guy to be your “first” and he is in need. And seriously, he is a hound – they are the best!

PLEASE share and share and apply to foster asap! Time is limited for transport for George!

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Shepherd Mix Pups ready for adoption!

Nick and Noel. Arriving soon and ready for adoption!!! Approx 10 weeks old! Shepherd…

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Picked up this little hitchhiker today from Yonkers Animal Shelter. Please meet Prince. This little lamb (literally - he looks like a lamb) has neurological issues that cause him to walk in circles often and he loses his balance. He’s such a happy boy and loves to lay on laps! He gets along with other dogs. He will need a very special home where he will have lots of love and attention. There is no cure for this issue but he can live a completely normal life. ... See MoreSee Less

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All of these dogs are from a small rural rescue in The Ozarks of Arkansas. Transportation is available. Please let us know if you are interested in adopting or fostering any of these loving dogs who a...

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Tomorrow morning Uriah will be getting his first of his heart worm injection
Prayers and good vibes for this boy. Hes one of a kind...a Gentle spirit ❤🐾
#SaveaLife #TexasDog #Bullybreed #PeytonsPlaceAnimalRescue
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Foster Needed for this Gentle Bomb Proof Bully. Great with kids dogs cats hamsters You name it!! Hes quiet housebroken and a couch potato ❤ ... See MoreSee Less

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Blueberry was taken to his foster this morning. Foster mama sent these photos and writes “He's an amazing little dog. He's only growled slightly when I was taking off his harness, that's it. He climbs right into my lap when I sit down and rolls over for belly rubs”. He will be available for adoption soon! Fill out an app on our web site if interested! ... See MoreSee Less

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Can ya get any cuter then this!! Meet Mugsy! Peytons Place Animal Rescues New Girlie!! Shes from Yonkers Animal Shelter who has some truly Amazing workers and volunteers there. This poor timid girl was well cared for while she was with them. We are happy to take her on board with us where she will learn to trust and be confident ❤🐾#Rescue #SaveaLife #BullyBreed #LookatmyMug ... See MoreSee Less

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Hi all, wanted to give a shout out because we have all seen the negative. But in reality we always hope that every negative has some positive. BTW this is JoEllen. I have not fostered for quite some time because sometimes it gets the best of you in the best way possible. This is Sadie and Nelson the baddest but sweetest dogs ever. They both love kisses playing and most of all eating whatever they want in the house. At the end of my long work day I cant wait to get home to my babies. Sadie is a Parvo survivor and Nelson is a Hurricane survivor from what were told. The day they met they were playmates and siblings. Thank you Danielle for making this possible. #ADOPTDONTSHOP #savealifefosteradopt ... See MoreSee Less

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Say hello to Winston! This handsome, older gent was pulled from Yonkers Animal Shelter. He is decompressing at his Foster’s home and will be available for adoption soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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This beautiful boy will be arriving this week. He has neurological disease for which there is no cure. He has trouble walking a straight line and walks in circles a lot. We will be giving him the best care possible. Somehow he made it to a shelter in this condition when he should be getting life long care from his owners. Guess they decided they didn’t want to be bothered. ... See MoreSee Less

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We have been asked to help these two pups. Their owners are unable to keep them due to some pretty serious issues. Please no negative comments. These dogs are very well loved and have been very well cared for. Bruce (black) 4 y/o dachshund Chihuahua mix, about 16 lbs and good health. Not UTD on shots. Raised around young kids and LOVES babies.
Falkor (blonde) chihuahua jack russell mix, high energy, raised around young kids, he growls but it doesn't always indicate he's mad, its just how he talks. He LOVES to run and play fetch. 2 y/o born 4/9/16
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