Loki is about a year and a half old. He's a medium energy dog. He's pretty easy going, but also has some puppy energy. He's friendly and likes people and other dogs. He has not been cat tested, but given how easy going he is, he may likely be fine w/dog savvy cats. Loki is house and crate trained, but is initially a little barky in his crate. He quiets down when you tell him to be quiet, but will bark occasionally. This may change in his forever home when he's more comfortable, but even as he's gained confidence in foster care, he will still initially bark in his crate when he's put in it. Loki does want to be w/his person all of the time. We are working on this and he's getting better, but his ideal family/person would be home a fair amount. Because he is barky when you first crate him, we would not recommend an apartment or townhouse type of environment for him.
Loki does not appear to have had any formal training. He'll be a good jogging/running/hiking buddy for someone. He is really a go-with-the-flow sort of dude but is ready to do something if you are! He was reported to jump a 4' fence, though....so given that he'd probably do best with a 5 or 6' privacy fence. Loki would likely do fine w/kids ages 12+ as he seems to enjoy the company of people and likes to be around them. He has not been tested w/smaller children. Loki likes to find a toy and throw it around and run zoomies with it (he's pretty cute when he's doing it LOL). He'd probably be a super fun dog to learn agility or other dog sports with- he's got the potential to do good, but not be too demanding to a new handler.
Loki is still a herding dog and still needs physical and mental outlets, but ultimately if you are looking for an middle-of-the-road sort of border collie, Loki may be your guy.