Loki is a beautiful, big boy: at 75 pounds and 2 years of age, he is a sweetheart, with lots of ease and panache! (In fact, this boy is so smooth that his original name was Fred Astaire.) In appearance, he is mostly Swissy. He is microchipped and heartworm-negative. Loki checks out to be in great health; however, his coat does have several scar-areas (from being entangled in barbed wire, according to previous owner), and a thinner coat is present at the base of his neck, indicating - perhaps - misuse of collar/tether. This fellow is good with kids (although because of his size, smaller children are probably not the best match), and he is well-adjusted with other dogs. Behavior with cats is an unknown. Having "farm dog" breed characteristics/instincts and no supervision, training or assigned job, Loki was relinquished, along with his sister, for "chasing the horses." So, he would not be appropriate for a household with livestock, unless given adequate direction and training. Loki is very people-oriented and has a silly, playful side. He loves hikes and walks. He needs leash-work, as pulling is an issue, but he responds well to a Halti head-collar. Loki knows "sit" and "off" and, as a food-motivated dog, is open to additional training. While Loki would do fine as an only dog, a playmate would be preferable. We can't say enough good stuff about this dude!