Loki is approximately two years old and originally was picked up as a stray that was running in traffic. We aren't sure that Loki ever had much of a real family or a lot of guidance. Loki is a high energy, athletic girl that loves toys. With the right training, she would probably make an excellent running partner or maybe enjoy agility or flyball. Loki loves being with her people and will sit quietly on your lap for TV or movie time. She is on medication for anxiety and can be fearful in new situations. Loki is dog selective; she has done well with some small dogs and loves her foster brother, who is a larger 3 yr old male. She did not do well with a female of similar age and body type. She plays hard and we would not trust her with cats or other small animals. Due to Loki's energy level, she would be best with older kids. We are currently using a slow feed bowl for her at mealtime. Loki has learned to sit for her dinner and knows "down." We are working on leash manners, overall manners, and practicing clicker training. Loki has the potential to be an excellent, loyal companion, but will need a dog savvy family that will be committed to her training and that will gently guide her through the learning process.
Thank you for your interest in adopting from HMF. All of our pets are spayed/neutered, current on vaccinations, microchipped and otherwise healthy, unless noted in the description. Our adoption area is within 50 miles of Franklin/Bargersville, IN.
We hold a monthly adoption event on the last Saturday of each month from 12:00 noon until 3:00 p.m. at the new Center Grove Pet Valu store. 5885 N St Rd 135 Bargersville
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