Loki

Reserved
  • Female
  • Puppy
  • Medium
  • Bahrain
Loki Story
Age | estimated DOB 06.02.2020 Height to top of head | currently 25cm (measured 18.06.2020) Weight | currently 9kg (measured 18.06.2020) Estimated size | Medium when fully grown Neutered | No, too young Breed |... more

Age | estimated DOB 06.02.2020

Height to top of head | currently 25cm (measured 18.06.2020)

Weight | currently 9kg (measured 18.06.2020)

Estimated size | Medium when fully grown

Neutered | No, too young

Breed | German Shepherd / Saluki type mix

Mixing with dogs? | Not tested

Mixing with children? | Yes

Mixing with cats? | Not tested

Loki in three words | Very people orientated

Please note that Loki will not be ready for adoption / ready to travel until at least October so any adoption applications will not be prioritised just yet.

Loki was found by a kind, local family who then reached out to our partner shelter in Bahrain asking for help with adopting her. She is living with the family in foster until a new adoptive home in the UK is found.

Loki has a wonderfully playful personality. She loves to be near you (all the time!) and especially loves playing with the children in her foster home, who are 4 & 7 years old. She is a little ball obsessed and will grab her ball for a game at every opportunity. She’s a little timid with strangers to begin with but she has grown to love her foster family and could easily build up confidence in her new home with time and patience.

Loki isn’t keen on her collar or lead walking but we’re sure with lots of positive reinforcement she’ll learn to love walking. Now that she has bonded with her foster family, she mostly walks with them off lead as she stays close and checks in, however, this is not advised when she first arrives in the UK and the adoptive home will need to get her used to walking with a collar and lead. She also doesn’t enjoy the car at the moment but she is getting more used to car journeys.

Although Loki hasn’t had continued socialisation with other dogs, she tends to ignore them when out and about. She may benefit from a home with another established resident dog that can help her build up confidence.

Loki would prefer a quiet home that is at least semi-rural, with some nice, quiet walks nearby. Being a Saluki type mix, she is likely to have a high prey drive, so any adopters that live in countryside around livestock should appreciate that dedicated recall training may be needed.

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Character
  • Loves to play
  • Needs some training
  • Adores people
  • Toy fan
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