This is ACE, our Pet of the Week, and this is his second time at It Takes a Village. ACE is looking for a second chance at finding a loving forever home.

Pet of the Week ACE

ACE first came to ITV as a puppy back in 2013. He was adopted and spent many years with his family. Unfortunately, some members of that family developed allergies, and they had to return ACE to It Takes a Village. What a heartbreaking decision for that family and for ACE. His previous owner describes him as "very lovable, loves to cuddle/snuggle."

Pet of the Week ACE

Now, almost a decade later, ACE is older and wiser. The  40-pound Lab Mix is good with both young and older children. ACE is also house-trained and signals when he needs to go outside.

Pet of the Week ACE

If you'd like ACE to be your number one, please go ahead and fill out an online adoption application, and then schedule a meet & greet.

The adoption fee for ACE is $200.

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All of the animals at ITV are examined by a veterinarian, given age-appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, microchipped, spayed or neutered, and FIV/FeLV-tested.

If our pet of the week isn’t the right fit for your home, please visit It Takes a Village to see the other rescues that need to get fostered and adopted. And don't forget about their RENT A DOG Program. A quick fill form and copy of your photo ID will allow you time out with one of ITV's vetted shelter dogs. These day dates are great for the rescues - it gets them some exercise and new information to help us get them adopted. It’s been a big hit- so don’t miss out!

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