Gracie is a little bundle of happiness and kisses. She is fostering in Tampa and ready for her forever home! She had a hard life prior to coming to ABR but we are going to get her all fixed up and ready for some lucky family that can give her the life she
deserves. Gracie was a cruelty confiscation but in spite of the miserable life she had, she’s the most loving dog and just wants to make you happy. She loves toys and she deserves her very own toy box filled with toys to play with. She will have her very own wonderful family one day and live the life all dogs deserve to live.

Gracie is only 58 lbs but we plan to put a little groceries in her and have her smiling even bigger. Her driver left the shelter with her in the back seat and immediately pulled over and bought her a couple of hamburgers. Poor little Gracie was so hungry and couldn’t get enough good food. She wagged and wiggled and smiled while she patiently waited for her food. She is so smart, attentive, and responsive and listens well. She only wants to please and does not want to be in trouble.

Gracie has excellent leash manners and is a pleasure to take for rides in the car and traveling. She is also a little social butterfly and is hitting all the pizza joints and tikki bars with her foster family to expose her to more people and life in general. Gracie loves people and is sometimes a little jumpy but very sweet with all folks. She has good social skills in public with people and will wiggle and smile and show off that grill. She melts the hearts of everyone that meets her.

Gracie has excellent house manners and goes to door when she wants to go out. She has met cats and is ok with them with proper intro. She is getting
better with intro to most other dogs in public. With proper intro, she will ignore them but she does not like dominant males or spaz labs and will react in that situation. She prefers the company of her human and does not really want to play with other dogs.

If you are interested in adopting, please submit an adoption application at so we can see if he/she would be a good fit for you and your family. It is our policy at American Bulldog Rescue not to place the same gender dogs in a home. Adoptions are most successful and harmonious with opposite genders. Please also note: No one will be considered without first submitting an adoption application. Our dogs are in homes and only approved adopters can meet them. Once approved, you can meet any dog you like that would be a good fit for you/your family.