Photo Comments Age: 2 Years Sex: Male Weight: 26-50 lbs
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Leave a bone for Loki
Dogster stats for Loki
Lokimotor, Dog of Chaos, Wild Man, Loki Loo, Wiggle Butt
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February 18th 2012
November 29th 2011
Loki LOVES chicken and rawhide. He also loves to be cuddled and praised!
Loki doesn't like to have the insides of his ear lightly touched. He will let you check them and rub them but not lightly touched. He is also very selective when it come to humans lol, meaning he doesn't just take up with anyone readily.
Loki loves his Kong, his Hedgehog, his Dragon, Treat Puzzle Toys, various sticks found on walks...
Loki love chicken and Rachel Ray's Nutrish! Hotdogs are always a plus too and ice is always a welcome treat
Outside up the dirt road to bark at cows, find sticks, chase butterflies, play with Kane (the big black dog)
He is an excellent sitter! He waits for treats like gentleman and will sit and wait to go pick up a treat until you say "Ok", he is also very good at paw shaking :)
Loki was rescued from a puppy mill along with his brother, sister and mother shortly after he was born. Upon rescue by Blue Ridge Husky Rescue, Loki had to be treated for Sarcoptic Mange & Ring Worms. His mother (a Norwegian Elkhound) had to have her leg amputated upon being rescued. I met Loki on Valentine's Day at Patton Avenue Pet Company in Asheville, NC at 12 weeks old and adopted him the following Saturday. Loki is a strappingly handsome and sweet little man full of mischeif and sneakiness just like his name sake.
Loki's Father was a full blooded German Shepherd and his mother was a full blooded Norwegian Elkhound. Loki is the smallest of his brothers and sisters but not by much!
The Groups I'm In:
!!! Mutts !!!, "Black-and-tan Dogz of the world", German Shepherds of NC, The Norwegian Elkhounds and Admirers Group
I've Been On Dogster Since:
|July 25th 2007
||More than 6 years!
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