Our rescue will be at the Palo Alto Pet Food Express Saturday, April 1st from 12pm-4pm and Sunday, April 2nd from 12-3pm. All of our dogs are spayed/neutered, shots current (DHPP, Bordetella and Rabies where applicable), dewormed, flea and tick treated and microchipped.
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This dog will be at Palo Alto Pet Food Express on Saturday, April 1st from 12pm-4pm and Sunday, April 2nd from 12-3pm or until adopted. However, we do meet with those who submit an application and are approved just prior to the event (by invitation only) and they are given the first opportunity to adopt. If you are interested in one of our dogs, we recommend filling out an application prior to the event to be considered. Applications submitted within 24 hours of the event may not necessarily be reviewed.
Foxy is a 3 year old who weighs 8lbs. Is there such a thing as a Miniature Jindo? If so, she'd be a Mini Jindo. She's from the Korean Meat Markets but she's pint size and already full grown.
Notes from the foster home:
She is curious about everything. She follows me around the house all day to see what I am doing. We call that a velcro dog! She is super dog friendly. She has been around large and small dogs. She's an option to go to doggy day camp or the dog park. She is playful with other dogs and she initiates play on her own. She has some interest in toys.
No food issues, has shared bowls with my other two dogs. She would do very well with another confident, well trained dog. She likes be part of a pack. She is adaptable as she has adapted our routine of walks and play time in 4 short days and will now allow us to leash her easily. She walks confidently on a leash with other dogs. She is a little hesitant on her own but no leash aggression. Foxy is comfortable with her crate at night and while we are not home
Treat motivated - she will be very easy to train. She is not a nuisance barker at all. She has been around my 9 month old son and not been stressed, she is very curious about him and she likes that he might drop food (haha!). I think young kids might be overwhelming so probably 7 years old and above.
A few things to know:
She is not potty trained but I think it will be very easy once she knows she has a consistent schedule. As of today we are accident free for 2 days! She has been getting 3 walks + 2 potty breaks per day here but she is not the type of dog that needs to pee all the time, she goes 1-2 times per day. She could easily learn to use a doggy door. She is not an overactive dog either, she love to crawl up cat-like in a sun beam or doggy bed.
She has tear stains (I think they make her look cute) so we have only given her filtered water and have cleaned her eyes daily. For a soft furry dog I have noticed little to no shedding of her coat.
When she is in the mood for a pet, she just melts with happiness.
She is going to make a GREAT friend for someone who has the time and patience to work with her. She is smart and curious, very low maintenance, even tempered and wants to please. She is such a great dog!
**Not all of our dogs go to each adoption event. We want to make sure if you are interested in a dog that we have the dog at adoptions but that can only happen if you fill out an application ahead of time and are pre-approved. (Generally this must happen prior to the weekend)
**If you are wanting to submit an application within 24 hours of an event, please print off the application and bring with you as well as submitting it. You may still submit it and if time and volunteers permit, we will contact you. Most applications submitted the weekend of adoptions are not responded to until after the adoption weekend.
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