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LOKI (bonded with Donut)   

In shelter Dog

Portland, OR, 97215
Pet name:
LOKI (bonded with Donut)
Siberian Husky

Sadly, this sweet boy has been hanging out as a stray for a number of months now. He has made his home in his dear friend, Donuts backyard.  

Sadly for Donut, while she does have a "family," she is tied to a tree, day & night, rain & shine, sizzling hot & freezing cold. Fortunately the owner has released Donut to our rescue for adoption, and we knew we couldnt leave Loki behind! The 2 have been through a lot together in their short lives, and we are committed to finding them a wonderful home together so they can love & live life to the fullest.

Loki is very smart and friendly. The vet described him as a "very friendly guy," and commented on how well behaved he was and how he listened to his fosters commands. Loki knows SIT (for treats) and also knows SHAKE. He loves belly rubs and is big on affection. He does well with other dogs and also kids.

Both Loki and Donut are still with the "owner, " due to limited fosters, so we would LOVE to find them an amazing home ASAP. Both pups are extremely sweet, and could acclimate well to most families.

Donuts link for your review....

If you are unable to adopt, 
please consider fostering these 2, 
so we can get them out of the elements.
If you would like to apply for this darling duo, please complete the adoption link below, or if you are willing to foster, feel free to inquire. Thank you!!!


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