Loki is all about adventures. she loves long hikes up in the mountains, running free in the back woods, and really anything to do with the outdoors. as soon as you grab her leash or hiking pack she is ready to go and won't be shy about telling you. At first meet Loki is a little shy but if your patient and find that sweet spot on her rear she comes out of her shell pretty quickly, nothing beats a good booty scratch! She is timid around small loud children, however does amazing with my 8 y/o niece, so a place with no toddlers would make for a more comfortable Loki. She needs to be in a home with no other animals as she loves her humans and all the attention they can give her shes not a fan of having to share much of that attention with other pets. Loki loves treats and is slowly learning manners. we have worked on sit and 'wait' at the door before coming in as well as waiting for the 'ok' when its feeding time. (shes a bit of a piggy) Loki does well in the home by herself but will come with her kennel as she sleeps in there when her people are out. This little girl just needs lots of love and attention and in return will reward you with her silly quarky personality which wont take long to show, her never ending tail wags and will make those bathroom trips not so lonely.