Diana, a 7-month-old spayed pointer/terrier mix, is a sweet, somewhat timid-at-times girl who came to the AHS from another shelter. Diana will not be more than medium-sized when grown, but she is an active dog. Terriers can exhibit frustrating behaviors: alert barking, chasing small animals, and leash reactivity (all which can be addressed through training). They are smart, trainable dogs who thrive on structure and leadership. Diana loves playing with other dogs, and can be bossy with them sometimes. She will need a patient family to help her gain more confidence. We don’t know how she will be with children, but based on her personality, she’d prefer a calm environment—adults only, or quiet, well-behaved children. Children in the home can help with daily care, but should not be expected to take full care of any pet without adult supervision. Please bring all children (and any existing dogs) to meet this sweet dog. We recommend crate training, daily walks and obedience training for Diana, and she will need time to settle in and get comfortable. She can get spooked and might dash off, so make sure she is on a leash at all times outside. Diana will need a rabies shot; the cost is included in her adoption fee. She has been microchipped and dewormed. She will be available at 2 p.m. today at the Atlanta Humane Society Howell Mill Campus, 981 Howell Mill Road N.W. Sealed bids will be accepted starting at 10 a.m. if more than one party is interested. Please note that the highest bidder must meet adoption qualifications. Look at all our available pets at www.atlantahumane.org.