Patch Pets: Help Loki Find a Home
Rescued from a high-kill shelter, Loki now needs a forever home
Loki is a 12-month-old dog who was rescued by Castle of Dreams, an Aberdeen-based non-profit, from a high-kill animal shelter down south.
The 65-pound boy is described as a fun-loving and affectionate pooch who gets along well with other dogs and enjoys playing outside. He is part Dalmation and Castle of Dreams believes he is also part English bulldog.
While Loki does well in a crate, he is packed with energy and ready to play. Castle of Dreams suggests a home with other dogs for playmates, or with someone who can spend time with him and provide ample opportunity and room to play and exercise.
He sits on command and he also does well on a leash when taken for a walk. Loki is gentle and does also enjoy some downtime. He loves to curl up with you while you're watching TV, and loves spending time with his "people."
Castle of Dreams is confident that Loki will be a loving and loyal companion.
To adopt Loki or for more information, click here.