Loki knew no commands and seemed to have no formal training or potty training when he came to his current foster mom. He also didn't seem to know his name but knows his name very well now. Some of the commands that he now knows are: treat, toy, bone, sit, give paw, stay (when sitting for treat), lay down, nice (when taking treat from hand), gentle, night night (when it's time for us to go to bed), kennel, potty, bad, not nice, no, thirsty/water, hungry/food, drop it, outside, and car ride. He really actually does know all of those commands and seems to respond to them well most of the time. Loki is doing much better walking with a leash, but still needs some training. Loki is capable of living with other dogs and cats. He only seems to chase cats if his foster sibling does, otherwise he tends to leave them alone. He also doesn't really seem to mind the chicks or chickens but hasn't fully been around them freely yet. Meeting other dogs in the neighborhood has gone much better than expected when not on his foster mom's property. He IS forceful in a playful type of way when he first meets other dogs. He is like a 70 pound puppy who just wants to play. Loki is currently not doing well with new human interactions. He does best when attached to a leash and the door and he is allowed to watch the person for awhile. Loki does well when his environment is quiet and not as active. If there is a lot going on around him with kids running back and forth he gets anxiety and can't control his behavior. He jumps excessively and tries to knock people and kids down, but not purposely. He just doesn't know any better. Loki shows signs of crate, separation, and social anxiety. He seems to do better in the travel type crate that is mainly enclosed all around.He now goes in when his foster mom takes his collar and directs him towards it while saying the command "kennel." Loki needs to be crated at all times when he is unsupervised for more than a few minutes. Loki loves food, but he LOVES honey dew, bananas, middlesworth BBQ chips, and bread. He likes just about any type of treat or milk bone. He likes to chew on bones. It seems to keep him away from chewing other things. Loki needs someone who is patient and calm. Any fast paced environment would not help him move forward. He would do best in a loving adults only home.