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Loki

About Loki

On Sunday 2nd July 2017 our beloved Loki left us for the rainbow bridge. He was such a loving old man and a fantastic character. He was only in our lives for 2 1/2 years as he was a Beagle Welfare “Golden Oldie” but he felt like he’d always been here and has left a huge void in our home.

He earned the nickname ‘shaky shoes’ as come every meal times he would shake in excitement and finish his food first. He was also quite the
connoisseur when it came to eating mud!

He also leaves behind his brother and sister, Poppy (beagle) and Enzo (black lab). They miss him terribly too and for now our home has a sense of emptiness.

Loki would always be the first one up and our mornings would always be signalled by the half five bark.
Dartmoor was his final playground and he loved the woodland plantations that gave him the opportunity to put his incredible nose to work (There were a couple of lone excursions when he’d picked up the deer scent!)

As heart breaking as the last week has been we will always cherish the time we were lucky enough to have with old ‘shaky’ and encourage anybody that is able, to give a forever home to a golden oldie.

RIP brave biglit.

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