Loki was surrendered to the local shelter and has had very little socialization in his young life. He will require a family committed to working with him and helping him to adjust to family life. He is currently in a foster home and are working on his social skills but is very timid and afraid. Loki weighs 18 pounds and is around 2 years old. He is house trained and crate trained. He will approach humans for treats but otherwise does not show much interest in interacting with them. PLEASE NOTE: Loki is VERY scared. He does not currently want human interaction and will take time before he can be walked on a leash or cuddled and loved on. He MUST have a fenced yard and there must be another well socialized dog in the home.
Note: Due to Loki's fearful nature, a home visit will be required as a part of the adoption process.
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