BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Thor is a strong, energetic dog now up for adoption at the Maryland SPCA.

In fact, the agency says he has the energy to “summon the Bifrost.”

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Considering that power, they recommend he go to a home with a fenced-in yard and older kids or adults to play with and exercise. Preferably as the only dog of the house.

“I’m a very good boy and super playful.” Thor explained through an interpreter at the SPCA. “I am a growly player and love to play tug and fetch.”

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Thor has struggled with skin allergies in his 2.5 years of life but an oral prescription for anti-itch medication Apoquel has helped get his condition under control.

The agency is also offering a free training program to Thor’s new family.

“Module 1: Understanding Your Reactive Dog will be included in the adoption fee.” The agency said. “This is the first step to addressing your dog’s on-leash behavior – understanding why they do what they do!”

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If you would like to adopt Thor, visit MDSPCA.org/adopt.

CBS Baltimore Staff