My name is Elizabeth!

Jindo Mix Dog for adoption in Fullerton, California - Elizabeth
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Facts about Elizabeth

  • Breed: Jindo Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
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**Southern California Applicants Only

Breed : Jindo mix

Weight: 32 lbs

Age: 3 years old

Personality: She is very sweet, social and affectionate with people and kids. May not get along with certain dogs. Elizabeth will do great with a family without dogs or cats.

Coat: Jindo does shed and requires regular brushing.

Training: She is learning basic commands. She is very smart and will learn fast if she receives continuous training.

Potty trained: Potty outside.

Health: Healthy with up to date vaccination

History: Elizabeth was saved from a high kill shelter in South Korea where she was scheduled to be euthanized.

Fostered in: La Mirada, CA

Type of home: She will be a great addition to a dog loving family without dogs or cats. We prefer the family to have some experience with big dogs as Jindo is a very smart and special breed that requires constant stimulus and interaction with people.

Crate trained: Yes

Good with Dogs: May not get along with certain dogs.
Good with Kids: Yes
Good with Cats: No

Adoption fee (non-refundable): $ 300.00

All dogs are fully vetted, tested for heartworm, microchipped, and up to date with vaccinations.

Our adoption process looks like this:

1. Adoption application review by WHDR board
2. Adoption application approval
3. Meet and greet
4. Home safety check
5. Final approval and adoption finalized

Our volunteers, donors and adopters mean the world to us! Without you, we couldn't do what we do - saving the lives of abused, neglected and abandoned dogs and providing them with a loving forever home.





About Our Rescue Group...

Welcome Home Dog Rescue is an all-volunteer, 501c(3) non-profit organization that exists solely on donations. We are a group of dedicated individuals working to change the ways our society deals with animal welfare. We are a group of both experienced dog owners/handlers and first timers, who believe all dogs deserve a good home. We need donations, foster homes, supplies including dog food, flea medication, leashes, harnesses, collars, dog beds, bowls and dog crates. We need volunteers to organize fundraising events, help socialize and attend training classes with our dogs and many other necessary activities.

What truly matters to us, is that we make a difference in the lives of abused, neglected and homeless dogs. To help reduce the number of dogs in shelters, Welcome Home Dog Rescue offers rescue and adoption services specific to the adopter’s needs and lifestyles so that both ends of the leash can find a happy home together.

Although rehoming each abandoned or neglected dog is challenging, at Welcome Home Dog Rescue, we believe that each saved life makes it worth the hard work! We believe in spay/neuter, vaccination and microchipping of adoptable pets and word-of-mouth education. We believe that animals are family members who deserve lifelong care, affection and medical treatment. It is our fervent wish to end and prevent needless suffering of animals.

Our Adoption Process...

Fill out an application on our website at

All applications are reviewed on a first-come basis. however, WHDR will ultimately select the best applicant to pet union.

1. Complete Application
2. Application Review
3. Meet and Greet
4. Home Check and Final Review
5. Adoption Completed

Our adoption fees range from $300 to $700. This includes a fully vetted, neutered or spayed, microchipped and flea free dog that will be a wonderful addition to your family. We are non-profit, but this fee helps offset the rescue's costs for veterinary care, rehabilitation, transportation, food, crate, bedding, supplements, medication, clothing, ID tag, collar, leash, harness, bowls, and bedding. 100% of the adoption fee goes towards expenses for the dogs.