Please read this post in its entirety. I hope you got balls- because I don't. But I love love to play and fetch balls. Loki is a very friendly happy-go-lucky, exuberant 2 yr old Dutch shepherd/ mastiff mix weighing in at 75 pounds. He has been in the home environment for 4 months and has adjusted amazingly. He is fully potty trained and sleeps all through the night and is ready to start the day when you are. He has been taking dog socialization classes and has passed with flying colors, when it comes to other dogs he can be on the shy and timid side at first and then just wants to play once he is introduced. Right now he lives with another older female dog and is getting along well. His favorite thing to do is play fetch with his favorite ball, he could go for hours and brings it right to your feet. He loves the water, enjoys car rides, and knows his basic commands. He is fantastic on walks and runs and stays right by your side, he has very good leash manners and is very good on car rides. He is a very fast learner and very teachable. He is more on the higher energy side and would be best suited for someone who can take him for walks/runs and play fetch daily. He will do best with someone who isn't wishy-washy and is a leader who can stay consistent with training. He does well with children and doesn't leap fences or dig under them. Is not destructive. Loki is looking for a young active family that will include him activities and family adventures. He would probably be a fabulous jogging and hiking partner. Please tell my guardian advocate about you, your family, your activities, your property, the city in which you live, other pets in your home, and whatever else puts you on top consideration. The more information about you - the better. What can this companion expect from you and what are your expectations of him/her? If you do not provide this information do not expect a reply. Be prepared for a home check if requested and a viewing of your social media. Please allow a few days for inquiries to be reviewed. Age-appropriate placement is a priority. If you are non-ambulatory, I am sorry but it will be assumed not to be the best fit. Thank you for your understanding. There is a reasonable placement fee to offset medical and care.