Loofi is a lovely pup over 5 months old. She’s a happy, energetic and friendly dog that doesn’t discriminate against any kind of playmates – from grownups and kids to cats and dogs; Loofi enjoys companionship in all shapes and sizes!
Loofi was less than 2 months old when she was found foraging in the rubbish in a downtown laneway. Her rescuer couldn’t leave her there, especially when a resident walking their dog confirmed Loofi had been there a couple days. Loofi has grown up in SCAA foster care and benefitted from a kind and patient foster mom, some foster cat friends, and the best vet care available.
A smart pup, Loofi follows commands to sit, stay, lie down and roll over. If she succumbs to her curiosity to explore things she shouldn’t, she understands the word “no”. Toilet training is going well, but Loofi does need pee pads in a designed indoor spot in between 3 walks a day.
Healthcare History: Thankfully Loofi has been the picture of health despite her rough start on the street. Treated for fleas (Revolution) and worms (Drontal) and vaccinated (DHPPI, leptospirosis and rabies) at SCAA’s vet partner, PAW. Ready for spay/neuter at around 6-7 months old and if adopted before this time SCAA subsidizes half the surgery cost at PAW for adopters.
Ideal Home: As a growing pup (who may reach medium size given her Labrador and Terrier mix) Loofi needs ongoing training, consistency, and exercise. Although excitable, Loofi has proven gentle with kids and would do well in a family home or any setting where she will get the time and attention she needs.
Slightly overly friendly with cats, Loofi makes a great canine companion for an energetic and outgoing feline after some carefully supervised introductions.
For more information on giving Loofi a forever home, please visit SCAA’s website, contact [email protected] or visit SCAA Adoption Day on Sunday, June 23rd at Shanghai Brewery (15 Dongping lu, at Hengshan lu) // (东平路15号, 近衡山路) from 11AM – 1PM
Founded in 2005, Second Chance Animal Aid is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and welfare of rescued companion animals through education, advocacy, international-standard veterinary care, and the promotion of foster care as a healthier and cost-effective alternative to traditional shelters. SCAA has Association status with RSPCA International.