Please read the entire description before contacting us. We do not have a facility you cannot come and visit any animal. If a animal is listed they are available We do not adopt out of state. We do not adopt to households with children under the age of 10 years old We do not know their background or breeding. We cannot guarantee any dog is'hypoallergenic' If a dog or cat is listed they are available All the information in the description is up to date. You must live within 1.5 hours of Vallejo, CA If you are interested in adopting please read our how t adopt a dog from GLAR and complete our application at www.gunterslegacy.org/adopt She's a very energetic little dog and can easily walk three or 4 miles at a fast clip and still be ready for more. I also take her on 1 to 2 'smelling walks' daily, Where she's allowed to just sniff and go slowly. In my opinion, she's super smart and needs a lot of exercise and adventure. She definitely shows separation anxiety when I leave, but now will eventually settle down and nap or seek comfort from the guys. However, just like my last terrier, she will run away any chance she gets and is always on the lookout for an escape opportunity. Her new family should be aware of this fact and know she cannot be left unattended in a yard or off-leash and must always wear a harness, collar, and tags. In general, she really enjoys food and treats, especially hard chewies. For training, she is just as happy to get affection, so we train her with praise and cuddles. Today I accidentally waved a hairbrush near her and she retreated in terror, shaking. It took a while to calm her. Pretty clear someone used to hit her. She mostly goes potty outside, (praise, praise, praise) but we still put down a pad at night just in case. She has just now begun to exhibit playful behavior with our family. So far, she hasn't shown any interest in other dogs (4 lbs to 85). I still think if she were in a household with small dogs who could model playful behavior, she would pick it up quickly. She's vomited every time she's ridden in the car, so probably not a 'ride-along' dog.