Aria is a stunning, wire-haired Galga Espanol, with an estimated birthdate of August 2013. She bonds closely with her trusted human(s) and becomes rather affectionate and velcroish, though does not exhibit signs of SA. She is hesitant with people she does not know, and will wait until they have proven themselves before trusting. Aria is smart and generally calm, though tender/sensitive. Once settled, she learned “sit” and “foot please” (right, left), easily, and it seemed she was excited when she accomplished those, as she would pop up for a big hug after finishing her sessions successfully. Aria is housetrained and is not a chewer, nor destructive. She is good on leash generally but is a bit nervous about cars on the road during her walks. She knows “come” but as with most sighthounds, that is not reliable enough for off leash when prey comes into view. Aria can jump quite high and she is very fast. A minimum six foot high fence with no climbable parts or items nearby is crucial for her. Aria may be placed within 3 hours driving distance of Gearhart, Oregon, for the right home. We may consider short driving distance of a key volunteer in Washington state or California. Email us to inquire. IMPORTANT: DUE TO AN INFLUX OF PRANK EMAILS RECENTLY, WE NOW MUST ASK THAT YOU INCLUDE YOUR FULL NAME, CITY, AND STATE WITH YOUR FIRST INQUIRY SO THAT WE CAN CONFIRM YOU ARE IN OUR ADOPTION AREA. QUERIES MISSING THIS VERIFIABLE INFORMATION WILL NOT BE PROCESSED. THEN:
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There are other dogs not shown here because they are not yet ready for homing. Those dogs are in various phases of rehabilitation, either for fears, anxiety, or improved socialization. Some may also need general skills training, such as accepting a walk harness, walking on a leash in public, and/or entering a vehicle, before a successful placement can reasonably be expected. As each dog achieves these basic skills and reasonable success in rehabilitation appears accomplished, s/he will be added to the page or suitable applicants will be considered for them.