Chancy is a four-year-old, forty-pound, Wheaten Terrier. Chancy was likely harshly reprimanded; he flinches in anticipation of being hit. Recently rescued he is gradually learning to trust. Clancy is sensitive about his eyes (he is receiving eye meds) and his feet and will snap if those areas are touched. He is otherwise a loving pup as long as his parameters are respected, so no kids in the household. He would do well as your only dog since he has not been well socialized with other dogs and ignores or humps them. Clancy does have good house manners, is housetrained and very cheerful. He needs a lot of exercise, and we recommend an active adopter. Chancy is new to steps, even a few steps are a challenge, but his temporary foster is working on teaching Chancy how to maneuver steps. Chancy will not go out into a fenced yard on his own yet, but he will go into a fenced yard if led there on a leash. If you love and understand Wheaton's apply: Apply at crisisdogsnc.org. We reply only to completed applications, no calls. Excellent vet references and a virtual home visit required. Your prior or current dog must be on year-round heartworm prevention. We prefer a fenced yard, but this is not required for all of our dogs. We transport by land or air whenever possible.