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PeytonRescue Me ID: 20-12-09-00032

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About Peyton

Adoption Fee: $350
Lab mix
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

Laidback, Gentle, & Sweet, everyone meet #Peyton. She's a 3-4 year old Black Lab mix who weighs in at 63 lbs. Peyton plays hard to get at first, but once she warms up all she'll want is to cuddle by your side. Peyton is great with other dogs, non reactivate to cats & good with kids. Although she's good with kids, we prefer her forever home to have a calm, quiet environment. Peyton is very fearful when it comes to meeting new people, but once you gain her trust she will completely steal your heart. Peyton would thrive best with a couple who is early-on retired or no longer have kids in their home. Parents who are active and can take her on the daily walks that she loves and craves. Peyton is 100% potty trained, 100% crate trained & getting better on a leash. Upon intake, Peyton was both pregnant and heartworm positive. She gave birth to 3 beautiful puppies and was the best mama. All 3 pups have been adopted out to their forever homes. Peyton then started her heartworm treatment and just finished her last round of injections for her treatment. Now that Peyton has finished her treatment, she is now looking for her forever home. Adoption #Requirements: ›Ŕ‘šNo Exceptions - Fenced in Yard Required - No kids under the age of 18 (no exceptions), Peyton needs a laid back home - Peyton needs someone who will help her overcome her fears - Peyton's new home must have another dog for her to bond with Peyton is currently up for adoption through Lending A Helping Paw Dog Rescue. Her adoption fee is $350 & will include her distemper, rabies, bordetella, parvo, & lepto vaccines; deworming; microchip; heartworm test; fecal test & being fixed. Peyton is currently on both flea & tick and has had her ProHeart 6 Injection for heartworm prevention. Now that Peyton has completed her heartworm treatment, she can finally go to her forever home. Her adoption fee will include her 6 month check up at our rescues full service veterinarian to be retested for heartworm. We promise to answer any of the questions that you have about this on the phone interview once you're approved for adoption. We kindly ask that you please wait until then to ask any questions. ***PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE POST & FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS**** With the Covid-19 Pandemic going on we are still doing adoptions, but please remember that we are all volunteers and safety comes first. With our rescue being based in the Metro Detroit area, all prospective adopters must live within the state of Michigan (which means No out of state adoptions). Please remember we are not a shelter and are 100% foster based. Once you submit your application, it may take up to 2 weeks for us to get back to you. So please be patient with us. Again, we kindly ask that you please read the entire post to answer your questions. If you cannot follow the instructions properly, we will skip your application and move onto the next one. We kindly ask that you save any questions, comments or concerns for the phone interview. We kindly ask the following: No phone calls, No pm's, & No multiple emails- We are all volunteers and promise to get back to you within a timely fashion! Lending A Helping Paw Dog Rescue; previously known as the PRO-PET-OTIC Foundation, is a 100% Foster-Based Rescue that is ran by all Volunteers. Which means that we are not a shelter & each animal is in an actual home with a foster family. We kindly ask that you put any questions within the email & our team of Volunteers will get back to you. With the overwhelming amount of emails please be patient with our 100% volunteer family and we will get back to you. The application MUST BE filled out, a Vet Check MUST BE completed by our team, as well as a phone interview before we do a 'Meet N Greet.' Vet Checks: When adopting through our rescue, we 'ALWAYS' do a vet check on each applicant's pets that they have owned over the past 10 years. Please make sure to call your vet to grant them permission to release this information to our rescue. That being said, all of the animals in each applicant's home must be UTD on all of their vaccines (DHLPP & Rabies), an UTD Heartworm Test, & currently on both Flea & Tick, as well as Heartworm Prevention. So please make sure that when you are applying that all of your current animals go to the vet that is listed. How To Apply: If you're interested in adopting one of our available dogs: 1. Email [email protected] with the dogs name as the subject when you ask for the adoption application. 2. Once you have completed the application, please print it out, fill it out, scan it, & then email it back to [email protected] If you do not have a scanner, please take a picture with your phone and we kindly ask that you sent all attachments into one email. 3. Please make sure to call your vet to grant our organization permission to do a vet check on your current pet. 4. If you are interested in more than one dog, please list your top 3 choices on the completed applicati

Oakland County
Ferndale, Michigan


  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Most Cats
  • Good with Adults (Not Kids)


  • Average Energy
  • Average Temperament


  • Vaccinations Current
  • Fearful/Anxious

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