We’re introducing some new dogs on the run-up to our big, big, July 27th Adoption Event. Join us in Brooklyn on July 27th and meet great dogs like Peyton. If you are interested in adopting one of these dogs, get a head start now by visiting our website and completing an adoption application. 
Peyton is an approximately 2 year-old cur that weighs about 55 pounds. He was an absolute shelter favorite down in Alabama. Week after week, volunteers begged somebody to give him a chance until we finally wised up and took him in. His AL foster mom, who’s fostered many of our dogs down south, knows a Badass when she sees one and says this guy’s got it! “He is beautiful and VERY well behaved. I think he’s going to do great in New York. Just a really, really NICE dog. Easy at home. NEVER an accident. Fine in the crate, but I never crate him when I leave the house because he’s perfect. NEVER food or toy aggressive. Just a hunk. Love him.” Peyton’s great with other dogs and humans of all sizes. He’s chill with children and doesn’t jump up on anybody. He loves to run and play and chase his ball and is learning to return it from his four-legged foster bro. Though playful outside, “he’s a total lounger” once you get home. He picks a dog bed and hunkers down for as long as you can stand it. Peyton’s completely housebroken and should do well in an apartment because he’s not wild or barky and unfazed by thunder. He’s AWESOME.
Photo by Niki Anne Photography

We’re introducing some new dogs on the run-up to our big, big, July 27th Adoption Event. Join us in Brooklyn on July 27th and meet great dogs like Peyton. If you are interested in adopting one of these dogs, get a head start now by visiting our website and completing an adoption application.

Peyton is an approximately 2 year-old cur that weighs about 55 pounds. He was an absolute shelter favorite down in Alabama. Week after week, volunteers begged somebody to give him a chance until we finally wised up and took him in. His AL foster mom, who’s fostered many of our dogs down south, knows a Badass when she sees one and says this guy’s got it! “He is beautiful and VERY well behaved. I think he’s going to do great in New York. Just a really, really NICE dog. Easy at home. NEVER an accident. Fine in the crate, but I never crate him when I leave the house because he’s perfect. NEVER food or toy aggressive. Just a hunk. Love him.” Peyton’s great with other dogs and humans of all sizes. He’s chill with children and doesn’t jump up on anybody. He loves to run and play and chase his ball and is learning to return it from his four-legged foster bro. Though playful outside, “he’s a total lounger” once you get home. He picks a dog bed and hunkers down for as long as you can stand it. Peyton’s completely housebroken and should do well in an apartment because he’s not wild or barky and unfazed by thunder. He’s AWESOME.

Photo by Niki Anne Photography