My name is Maggie and I am a spayed female, white and brown brindle American Bulldog mix. The shelter thinks I am about 9 years old. I weigh approximately 68 pounds. I have been at the shelter since Aug 13, 2016.
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing dogs from various Los Angeles shelters the day they are to be euthanized. Our goal is to help provide animals with a second chance to a happy life and to help reduce pet overpopulation through spay and neuter programs. Once rescued, we place our dogs into loving foster homes while they await adoption. We do not keep dogs in kennels. Placing the dogs in foster homes is the first step to rehabilitation, as it allows us to thoroughly evaluate a dog's demeanor and needs enabling us to make the perfect match of dog and permanent owner. We attribute our high rate of successful placement to our foster program. At Ace of Hearts, we do not discriminate against any breed, including those in the bully breed family. Additionally, Ace of Hearts is dedicated to educating the public on how to be responsible pet owners and on the importance of spaying and neutering. We believe the real solution to pet overpopulation is through spaying and neutering pets.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Where: Petco in West Hollywood, 508 N. Doheny West Hollywood, CA 90048
When: Three Saturdays a month (call for exact dates)
If you fill out an application, we can arrange for private showings of the dog at the foster parent's home.
Our Adoption Process...
First, you can fill out an application at www.aceofheartsdogs.com under HOW TO ADOPT. Then you can come see the dog at our Saturday adoptions or directly and the foster parent's home. Third, we would do a housecheck, then upon receipt of the $400 donation and signed Adoption Agreement Form, you are good to go! Please call (310) 358-3344 if you have any questions/requests.
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