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In shelter Dog

Benld, IL, 62009
Pet name:
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
Howdy friends, the name is Loki, please dont forget it. I am a wonderful boy once I get to know you but do take a little bit of time to learn you are a good person. I am not a dog for a first time pet parent as I require someone with experience to help me be the best version of myself. One of my favorite things is getting treats from new people or playing in a large fenced yard. I have learned the basic commands but a family willing to work with a professional trainer would be great to help me become the dog Im meant to be. Ideally an indoor home without children or cats and a pet parent that is used to my kind of fun would be the perfect fit for me. With me you get a great dog that has been neutered, vaccinated including rabies, wormed, Negative for heartworms, and micro-chipped.

Note:  To adopt, you must live within approximately 100 miles of one of our adoption sites (Benld, OFallon or Springfield IL), and be at least 18 years of age.

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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