Liberty is a young maybe 1.5 year old doxie. She could be pure bred but this is rescue so its hard to say. She was dumped with two other doxies near San Antonio, TX. Fortunately they made it to rescue quickly, small dogs do not survive being strays. Her two friends are living in their forever NW loving homes. It is now Liberty's turn. She has come all the way from SA, TX and is in foster in Olympia, WA. She love sleeping with her humans on the bed, and would make a great lap dog. Thing is she is still scared of men. Hence, her best home would be with a woman or if she lives with a man as well, he would have to understand she is going to take time and who knows how long to come around feeling safe and comfortable with a man. Since she is skittish with men, we recommend her to be with adults. Even if the children are older chances are the household is people coming and going a lot and that wouldn't suit her so well. She has never shown aggression towards anything, no growling at dogs or humans. We think she could be in a home with a cat. She is quiet so an apartment or condo should be no problem. She loves her female human(s). likely could be fine with you gone for a few hours at a time. Would be optimal to be in a home where the person isn't gone 8/10 hours for work. Yes there are dogs usually older and more relaxed that are just perfectly fine with you gone all day, but Liberty is really not one of those dogs. When she was in rescue with many dogs and cats and that suited her just fine. https://form.jotform.us/PNWdogs/ellen-petcentral-satx-apagree Please answer all questions and apply for your chance to adopt Liberty. Please read the entire write up. A busy household and/or children are NOT the right fit for liberty. Other dogs and likely a cat or two should be just fine. Her adoption fee of $395 she is in foster in Olympia, WA is to cover some of her costs of rescue, including health certificate for travel, transport costs from TX to the NW, spay, dhhp and bordatella, shots, deworming, microchipping, hw check, hw preventative meds, rabies, flea and tick prevention and other testing routinely done.