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English Bulldog
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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My info

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

My story

Hi there, my name is Ursula although I am in my golden years, don’t let that fool you. I still have just enough spunk to live up to my name. My favorite things to do are eat-snuggle-gives LOTS of kisses-and be a couch potato but not necessarily in that order 😊. My foster mom thinks it’s important for me to have some outside play time with the other dog in the house which I am beginning to really enjoy a lot. If you want a dog who is loyal and just wants to spend her time snuggling with you and enjoying each other’s company, then Ursula is the girl for you. She will be waiting oh so patiently for your application!


VOCAL - Voices of Change Animal League, Inc.

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

To learn all about our adoption process please visit the following link: We require an adoption fee for both dogs and cats, an application, and a home visit. We end the process with our adoption contract. If you are interested in applying for one of our animals, please visit our website Our dog and cat applications can be found under the "Paperwork" heading or on the "Adopt" page. We accept multiple applications on all of our animals; we believe in finding the best fit home. We don't place animals on a first come, first serve basis. Once we receive your application, we will reach out to you to review your application IF we feel you could potentially provide the best fit home for the animal.

Go meet their pets

We DO NOT have a shelter facility open to the public. We are a foster based program so most of our animals live with our volunteers. We think this is pretty great! Having adoptable animals in foster homes teaches them pet manners such as housebreaking and social skills. It also allows us to learn a lot about the animals and helps us determine the type of home the animal will be most successful in. If you are wondering how to meet an animal you are interested in adopting, you have to fill out an application first. Then, if we feel you could be a fit, we set up a home visit and meet and greet with the animal.

More about this rescue

We have seen the issues of pet overpopulation firsthand. Our board members and volunteers have worked with local animal shelters and have seen the thousands of animals in Marion County that have nowhere to go, who are often abandoned and/or killed. We also recognize the strength of the human-animal bond and have witnessed the situations that animals often fall into during a family crisis. We have made it our mission to help these animals. We hope you will join us!