ACE – 12726
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Hello, my name is Ace. My animal id is #12726. I am a male brown dog at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 5 years 4 weeks old.
I came into the shelter as a owner surrender on 15-Nov-2017, with the surrender reason stated as person circumstance- landlord won’t allow (nycha).
Ace is at risk for medical reasons, having been diagnosed with Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex, which is contagious to other dogs. Behaviorally, we have no concerns for Ace, who has been assessed as being suitable to most homes.
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
A volunteer writes: When it comes to 5 year-old Ace? I’m all in. This cinnamon-coated stunner with his long, waggy tail and sweet, goofy grin would beat any card in the deck any day. On first meeting Ace I’m of course struck by that face. A pair of warm, amber eyes topped with a sweetly furrowed brow and a “woof!” that just makes my day. So in no time we’re off on our date. For a stroll at a leisurely pace. Oh yes! Our Ace is not one to rest on those dashing good looks. He walks right by your side, chest puffed out, smile wide, his leash manners all right by the book. And just in case you’re not yet sold on our Ace, did I mention his furry hugs take the cake? If you’re down on your luck, feeling blue, in the muck, you’ll be fine after one Ace embrace. Now, but wait. Did I mention how our Ace loves other pups? Be they big, be they small, boy or girl, bring them all! Our goofy charmer will love each one of them up. Now despite cover model looks dear Ace is a bit shy ’round the camera. But just know that the smile on Ace is more than ready to grace doggy Vogue, puppy Elle, or canine Cosmo. So now wait. I think it’s possible you’re now running late? To meet sweetness and grace, dashing looks, in one place! And one face that will love you forever. Ace is waiting in adoptions at Manhattan ACC. Another volunteer writes: I finally had the pleasure of meeting our resident red head, as he’s always either out for a walk with volunteers or staff, or ‘working’ at the shelter. Yes, he has a couple of jobs: he’s been part of what’s called the “drool crew’, a national study of the effects playgroups have on dogs in shelters, and he’s a corporate helper dog, interacting with corporate groups showing off how amazing shelter dogs are. How’s that for a shelter resume! Couple that with a rockstar behavior evaluation, aces across the board in all categories, and an outstanding resume from his former family, and you have one amazing dog who’s waiting for his new person or family to find him. Smart, well behaved, lively, a handsome red head, Ace does well with other dogs, loves people, treats, toys and getting petted, not necessarily in that order. Run, don’t walk, to meet our Ace today.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 65 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 1. Green
You may know me from such films as…
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