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My name is Ventnor!
I'm being cared for by
Peyton's Place Animal Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

4.

Home Check

5.

Meet the Pet

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

4.

Home Check

5.

Meet the Pet

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

Facts about me

Breed
King Charles Spaniel
Color
White - with Black
Age
Puppy
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
ps_37885568

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet Ventnor!



Ventnor is a 5 month old King Charles Spaniel boy looking for his furever home!  He is dog friendly and would love a home with another playful dog to keep him company. He is super sweet and loves to cuddle. He's great with other dogs and kids. He's working on house training but still needs work, and he is also working on leash training. He can be a little timid at first but warms up quickly especially with other dogs around. He warms up to people quickly too, and is a sweet boy. He loves playing with his foster siblings. This adorable little guy can't wait to meet his new pawrents!



https://peytonsplaceanimalrescue.org/adoption-application/

Ventnor is a Benefactor dog



Benefactor dogs have higher adoption fees due to a combination of reasons: they may be a purebred dog, small sized dogs that are in high demand, younger age, etc. They are quickly adopted, even with their higher fees. Their adoption fees allow them to act as “benefactors” to other dogs in our care such as, senior medical cases we pull from local shelters to give them a chance at a new life, former breeding dogs in need of dentals and mass removals/biopsies, heartworm positive dogs, dogs with heart problems or broken bones.  Dog like Betty White who was tied outside of a shelter who is blind, deaf and in kidney failure, or Shadow who was a neglect case we took in recently.  We take in so many that require special medical care or procedures, and our benefactor dog program allows us to help more dogs that otherwise would not have a chance at life.



 



This allows us to get these other dogs the medical care they need, and gives them a better chance at adoption and a loving home.


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Meet Ventnor!



Ventnor is a 5 month old King Charles Spaniel boy looking for his furever home!  He is dog friendly and would love a home with another playful dog to keep him company. He is super sweet and loves to cuddle. He's great with other dogs and kids. He's working on house training but still needs work, and he is also working on leash training. He can be a little timid at first but warms up quickly especially with other dogs around. He warms up to people quickly too, and is a sweet boy. He loves playing with his foster siblings. This adorable little guy can't wait to meet his new pawrents!



https://peytonsplaceanimalrescue.org/adoption-application/

Ventnor is a Benefactor dog



Benefactor dogs have higher adoption fees due to a combination of reasons: they may be a purebred dog, small sized dogs that are in high demand, younger age, etc. They are quickly adopted, even with their higher fees. Their adoption fees allow them to act as “benefactors” to other dogs in our care such as, senior medical cases we pull from local shelters to give them a chance at a new life, former breeding dogs in need of dentals and mass removals/biopsies, heartworm positive dogs, dogs with heart problems or broken bones.  Dog like Betty White who was tied outside of a shelter who is blind, deaf and in kidney failure, or Shadow who was a neglect case we took in recently.  We take in so many that require special medical care or procedures, and our benefactor dog program allows us to help more dogs that otherwise would not have a chance at life.



 



This allows us to get these other dogs the medical care they need, and gives them a better chance at adoption and a loving home.


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Rescue

Peyton's Place Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_37885568
Contact
Danielle Marchetti
Phone
Address
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

4.

Home Check

The home check may be done before or at the same time that you meet the pet.

5.

Meet the Pet

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

The adoption fee (donation) is due at the same time the adoption contract is completed.

Additional adoption info

All dogs come fixed and current on vaccinations. There is a home visit required and an application. Application can be found on our website www.peytonsplaceanimalrescue.org. Thank you for your interest! We look forward to chatting with you!
All dogs come fixed and current on vaccinations. There is a home visit required and an application. Application can be found on our website www.peytonsplaceanimalrescue.org. Thank you for your interest! We look forward to chatting with you!

Go meet their pets

Our rescues are with fosters on the east coast. The location in which the foster resides should be listed with each profile. We are setting up some adoption events now, but are free for private meet and greets if you are interested in one of our adoptable pets!
Our rescues are with fosters on the east coast. The location in which the foster resides should be listed with each profile. We are setting up some adoption events now, but are free for private meet and greets if you are interested in one of our adoptable pets!

More about this rescue

We have a passion for senior animals. To be able to save an animal from dying alone in a shelter, to give it a chance to live out its last days/months/years in a home with the proper care and love it deserves, instead of a cold shelter, is what drives us to keep going. We obviously have financial needs that come with rescuing senior dogs, so we will be rescuing puppies and younger dogs as well so we are able to care for our seniors.
We have a passion for senior animals. To be able to save an animal from dying alone in a shelter, to give it a chance to live out its last days/months/years in a home with the proper care and love it deserves, instead of a cold shelter, is what drives us to keep going. We obviously have financial needs that come with rescuing senior dogs, so we will be rescuing puppies and younger dogs as well so we are able to care for our seniors.