Ace

Age: 3 Yrs. Old

Gender: Male

Adoption Fee: $600

Special Needs: no

  • Tolerant of children
  • Tolerant of dogs
  • Tolerant of cats

Adopt a Bulldog

Ace

It was a sad, sad day when I left my home and joined rescue. Tears fell like rain when my mom told me goodbye. Actually, we both cried.  I kept holding up my paw giving her a high 5. But this was a decision that we both felt needed to be made. 

My mom just had a baby and things were different now. The baby is a lot of work, cries a lot and doesn’t sleep through the night. And I’m a baby too and I felt like I needed just as much attention as the new baby. Well, in fact, I felt like I needed more attention.

But, let’s face it, there are only so many hours in a day and my mom is really tired now. My mom loved me enough to let me join rescue so they can find me a family who needs a lot of Bulldog love. 

I love other dogs and I can really chase a cat. I need a little surgery to help me lose that loving feeling, and maybe a little eye lid tweaking, but I’ll know more once I sit with Dr. Larsen and she reviews my medical history. 

I’m ready to start my rescue journey and I know my mom will be watching my journey on Facebook too. I’m ready to find that perfect family who needs an Ace… and Ace like me!

4/29/22 Update:  Ace is a big boy and absolutely gorgeous! Nice manners and likes a good hand shake. He has been a great house guest. He’s a little bossy with other dogs but every day he is feeling more comfortable. He still needs a visit with Dr. Larson but he will be available for adoption soon.

5/12/22 Update:  Ace is recovering from a respiratory infection, but that hasn’t kept him down for long. 

He tolerates the other boy dogs, but is a huge fan of the girls (poor foster girl Mila). 

I’m hoping his next visit with Dr. Larsen, which involves a couple of snips, will change that. 

He’s an even bigger fan of his people, though. He loves to hold his hand out for a little loving and follow us around. 

He already has some great manners: potty trained, some commands (e.g., sit), gentle when taking food from you and leash trained. If you’re looking for a big ol’ hunk of love, Ace may be your boy! 

5/18/22 Update: Ace will be visiting Dr. Larsen this week, but applicants are being considered for him now so he’ll have a home once he’s ready. In the meantime, he wants you to know it’s time for a snack!