31/8/19 – Lovely Ace has found a new home – wonderful news!
Happy chappy Ace is an 8 year old Staffy cross in the care of Foal Farm Animal Rescue in Biggin Hill, Kent. He’s been sadly overlooked despite being a very friendly boy. A case of Just Another Old Staffy syndrome, poor lad! He’s in kennels and it really stresses him out so the rescue are keen for him to be either adopted or simply fostered for now. Anything to make his life a bit nicer!
Ace is a lovely boy. He gets on with other dogs and is a pleasure to walk. Walking is one of his favourite things! He’ll need owners who will take him out at least once a day, preferably where he can have a splash…
His next favourite thing is playing ball games and he’ll need a garden and someone to throw tennis balls for him. Fun is what Ace is all about!
He also loves a fuss. He’ll happily lean into you for a prolonged shoulder and chest rub. Not to mention belly rubs and, being a Staffy cross, probably kisses too.
Ace can live with another female dog, after nice introductions. It’s a no to cats and any children in the home would need to be sensible teenagers. Although he loves fun and activity, he’s of an age when naps are sacrosanct.
Given the stressful situation he’s coming from, Ace will need a few weeks to settle into his new surroundings. One thing potential fosterers or adopters must be careful of is his amazing ability to escape his confines in search of adventure! This intrepid explorer needs his garden to be very secure.
If you’d like to enquire about giving Ace a foster or permanent home, please contact Foal Farm Animal Rescue by filling in their online application form.
To access it click here.
Please say you saw Ace on the Oldies Club website.
This replaces Ace’s original page dated 18th March 2019.