Meet Loki, a 2.5 year old Collie Sheltie cross who is currently living in a fosster home with one of our volunteers. He is a very loving and very energetic dog, and, as like any young collie cross, he has tons of energy so his dream home would require somebody willing to make sure that these needs are met with both mental and physical stimulation. Loki loves long walks and also loves playing with toys. He is incredibly affectionate and if you get just the right spot behind his ear he's all yours, Loki gets on well with otherd dogs and is the perfect gentleman when he says hello to other dogs he meets out walking, and he gets on really well with the other dog in his foster home. We do not know Loki's past, but he is nervous around men. His ideal home would be one with a woman, or a female-heavy family. However, with a little bit of persistance and understanting it does not take long for Loki to relax around a man. Loki enjoys company, be that canine or human, so a home where he isn't left on his own for extended hours a day is a must. A good sized secure garden is also a must as Loki is prone to post-walk zoomies. Loki is neutered, vaccinated and chipped (chip number 972274200125740, origin Ireland). If you are interested in adopting Loki please submit an expression of interest form which can be found in the following link http://kwwspca.ie/adoption-process/. No calls please. We ask for a minimum donation of €150 when we rehome a dog to partly offset our veterinary and other expenses. A dog licence and collar tag are required to complete the adoption, and a secure garden is required. The Kildare & West Wicklow Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (KWWSPCA) is a registered charity (Number CHY6280) and is registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority (Number 20011048). DAFM reg. number IPT200001C
All dogs adopted from the Kildare and West Wicklow SPCA are fully vaccinated, microchipped, treated for worms and fleas and neutered (when of age). We request a rehoming fee of €150 for a dog (€50 deposit required on booking). A dog licence and a collar tag must be purchased before the final adoption takes place and a home visit applies.