Loki

Active and Playful Loki is a very friendly boy who loves being around people and wants to make friends everywhere he goes. He's an intelligent dog who's full of enthusiasm and wants to please. He would make a fantastic companion for someone looking for a dog to train, who is willing to be kept busy and active and will enjoy his vibrant and goofy character.

I’m Available

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How Rehoming Works
  • Breed
  • Staffy, Collie, Greyhound mixedbreed
  • Age
  • 1 years 5 months old
  • Weight
  • 28kgs
  • Sex
  • male
  • Reason for arrival
  • Landlord won’t allow pets
  • Can be left alone?
  • No
  • Can live with dogs?
  • No
  • Can live with cats?
  • No
  • Can live with children?
  • Yes (please read notes)
  • Toilet trained?
  • Yes
  • Travels well?
  • Excitable
  • Knows basic commands?
  • Yes (but needs further training)
  • Friendly with strangers?
  • Yes (but can be boisterous)
  • Can live in a flat?
  • No
  • Social with dogs on walks?
  • Yes (but needs further training)
  • Needs to attend training classes?
  • Yes
  • Owner experience?
  • Owned dogs before
  • Daily exercise required?
  • 1-2hrs active off-lead walk
  • Medical conditions?
  • See notes

Other Notes

Loki is currently living in a foster home until his new forever home is found. Loki is an active dog who is looking for an equally active owner who will keep him both mentally and physically stimulated. He's looking for person or family who have ideally owned large active breeds before and he can live with confident children from seven years of age and upwards providing they too are used to being around large active dogs. Loki has head tremors which occur once a week and last between 1-10 minutes, this is a condition called idiopathic head tremors, they cause him no harm at all and typically wear off over time. He has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and is up to date with flea & worm treatment. He has also been health checked and behaviourally assessed.

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