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Loki (Spayed) (In Foster Care)   

In shelter Dog

Marietta, OH, 45750
Pet name:
Loki (Spayed) (In Foster Care)
Labrador Retriever
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Coat length:
Loki is a beautiful 5-1/2 year old female Labrador Retriever/Hound mix who was surrendered by her family on July 5, 2022.

Loki has a dark tan short smooth coat with a large white bib on her chest, a long tail with black shading, and a sweet face with dark brown eyes, a black button nose, a white stripe on her nose/muzzle, and large floppy ears. 

Her previous owner told us that Loki is normally great with other dogs that she knows but was aggressive on one occasion when a stray dog entered her yard (which was highly unusual).

Loki was ok with the indoor cat who shared her home.  

Loki had also shared her home with older children as well as a toddler and did great with them.  

Loki has been kept indoors and is house-trained.  She was accustomed to taking long walks each day with her family.  Loki knows the sit command.

Loki loves any and all kinds of toys.  Her family noted that Loki tends to be an escape artist and has been known to door dash.  She has been introduced to a crate but learned to escape from that enclosure.

Loki tends to prefer the company of female (human) friends and warms up to them better than males.  She can be a little iffy about some guys.  

Loki was a pleasure to photograph when HSOV Kennel Tech Fredley Tynan took her outdoors late in the afternoon on July 5th.   Loki has a friendly disposition and seems to be a little cautious/subdued around new people, but she quickly warmed up to Fredley who gave her the reassurance that everything was going to be alright.

Loki has already been spayed.  She weighs 58 lbs and walks fairly well on a leash.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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