Ace is now in a Foster Home in our Rescue Program, thanks to his foster dad, who also volunteers at the shelter. And who recognized Ace's awesomeness and realized that he needed more time and attention than he was able to get in a shelter setting. Please use the contact information at the end of this description to inquire.
Before we go any further, Ace wants to let you know that he graduated from My Fantastic Friend with a degree in Magnificent Manners, and has the diploma to prove it. Ace appears to be a Rottie Shepherdy mix. He is about 2 years old and is a friendly, lovable big puppy. He loves to give kisses and licks. He has marvelous brown eyes that just look at you and say “I love you”. He is very attentive and doing very well with his training. He knows sit, down and how to heel. He is well-behaved in the house for his age. He is very devoted to whomever gives him attention. He has a tendency to want to put things in his mouth (leashes, your arms) but he releases when asked. He loves to lean his 95 pounds right onto you. Due to his size and activity level, we're looking for a home with adults or children over 12. He plays very well with his dog foster brother, and was said to do well with both dogs and a cat in his previous home. Because of his size and play style, if he lives with another dog it should be one who also loves to play hard. He is a tall dog and needs a tall secure fenced yard of at least 5 feet.
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