A sensational Staffy, who was recently handed into the care of Dogs Trust Cumbria, is ready to find his forever home.

The 12-year-old came to due to Dogs Trust Cumbria due to his owners poor health, and is currently being looked after at a foster home.

Loki’s foster carers said he is a 'very happy and loveable boy who loves his walks and lounging on the sofa in equal measure.' 

Loki is a name of Norse origin that means ‘airy’.  Sharing its namesake with the Norse God of mischief, Loki lives up to his name as he is a sweet and playful boy.  

Julie O’Neill, Media Co-ordinator at Dogs Trust Cumbria said: “Loki was a much-loved pet who came into our care in sad circumstances after his owner could no longer care for him. Thanks to our fantastic foster carers, the transitional from his home to living in a foster home has been a smooth one.  Loki has settled in amazingly well which has been wonderful to witness.  It also gives us great hope that his move from foster home to permanent home will also go well. 

“Loki is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier through and through, friendly and fun, and he can at times like the sound of his own voice.  He has a super friendly nature when on his walks when meeting people and dogs.  He has mad spurts of energy at home with his party trick being rolling around on his back with legs in the air.  It will be a lucky person who adopts Loki as he has lots of love to give and we hope it won’t be long before he finds the one.”

Loki could live with children aged 14 and over however would also be well suited to a quieter adult only home.  He would enjoy a garden where he can wander off lead, but this is not essential.  Loki is fully house trained, sleeps throughout the night and travels well in the car.  

Could Loki be the canine companion for you? If you are interested in fostering a dog please visit: https://www.dogstrust.org.uk/rehoming/fostering