Ming Ming is a 5yo patterdale terrier mix who was rescued as a stray in rural Arkansas. Ming Ming has been in foster care a long time waiting for her forever home because, although she loves women, she's very fearful of men and small children. So Ming Ming would do best in an all-female family, but those are few and far between, so she waits... Ming Ming has a medium activity level. Loves to run and play outside, but then settles down quickly in the house. Likes to go for walks, loves to be with people, enjoys being petted and brushed. Great with women, fearful of men and children. Not cat-tested. Housebroken and crate-trained. No issues such as chewing, counter surfing or barking. Weighs about 40#, healthy, altered and utd on shots. Here's a note from her foster mom: 'Ming settled in to my home very quickly. She found her 'spot' and that is where I put her bed. Ming drools when she is nervous and the drooling has stopped within a couple of days of being in my home. She made fast friends with my 1 1/2 year old female lab mix and they spend hours running and playing in the yard and in the house. The playing never gets out of hand, I never have any nervous moments when I am afraid that the playing will turn aggressive. Ming tried to make friends with my 10 1/2 year old male lab but, he did not want anything to do with her. He growled at her once and she has never bothered him again. She also spends a lot of time seeking my attention as well. Ming and Toska will be playing and then Ming will come and find me to get some loving before going back to play with Toska. Ming has also showed a very playful side with me. She will get very excited and start to dance around me to get me to play with her. She has barked a few times at my husband--she is terrified of him. But, she just barks and then goes to her 'spot' to get away from him. She never shows any aggression toward my husband or my male dog--she just stays away from them. She is also not a chronic barker. She does not just stand there and bark to hear herself--she only barks if she hears something unusual or sees a stranger. She never had an accident in the house, either. She learned immediately what door to go to so she could go outside, no problems there at all. She still drools in the car but, that has gotten better when she rides with me. The amount of drooling in the car has steadily decreased. I am sure it will be pretty bad, initially, with a new family but, as she starts to feel comfortable the drooling decreases dramatically. She did not eat very well for the first couple of days, I had to hand feed her. I started mixing a little bit of canned food with her dry food and she eats it all. Ming Ming was somehow traumatized in early life by men and/or children, but she's a sweet little dog who just wants to be loved.'To adopt please fill out an adoption application.For more information about our adoption procedures and fees, please visit our homepage at Good Dog Rescue.For more information or if your have questions email us at email@example.com.