Meet Loki and his friends.
Meet Loki and his friends!
First came Loki.
Loki was born in a small town in Oklahoma. He moved to our home in Vancouver when he was a few months old.
Loki was timid as a puppy, but he grew up to be a happy-go-lucky guy with a feisty attitude. Despite his small size, he had the spunk and presence of a much larger dog. His favourite things to do included running on the beach, going for car rides, and barking at cyclists!
Known for his expressive eyes and his adorable smile, Loki soon became one of the most followed Corgis on the internet. But something was missing...
Then came Ham Ham.
Ham Ham arrived at a time when Loki was in need of a faithful companion. Loki was hesitant about her at first, but it wasn't long before they became best friends.
Loki and Ham Ham were inseparable. You could say that she was the peanut butter to his jelly. Their favourite things to do together included snuggling on the couch and playing hide and seek!
Unfortunately, Loki passed away in 2016. It was a great loss felt all over the world.
Then came Bear.
After Loki went to the Rainbow Bridge, we felt that the best way to honour his memory was to rescue a dog. That's when Bear came along.
Bear made himself at home with us right away and became Ham Ham's new companion. He adored her, but she eventually had to go because of old age.
Ever since we adopted Bear, we have been fostering dogs. Bear always welcomes our foster dogs with open paws and treats them as if they are long-time friends!
Then came Momo.
Momo was our fifth foster dog. We fostered him for about a month before officially adopting him - our first foster fail!
Momo had a very rough start in life - he was abused by his former owner and was found abandoned in the streets when he was rescued. When we first took him in, he was very underweight and unable to walk. Thankfully, after much love and care (and rehab with his therapist, Bear), his legs grew stronger and today he walks without any difficulty. He's a pretty fast runner, too!
Momo looks up to Bear (both literally and figuratively) and the two have become the best of friends!