Ruff Ruff! My name is Jinju
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female|
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Jinju means "Pearl" in Korean and is truly appropriate for this little lady. She is a treasure waiting to be found by just the right person. Originally abandoned at one of Los Angeles's high kill shelters, she was pulled by rescue on her last day. She was adopted out to a family who adored her for 10 years, however Jinju has now become a victim of the economy and was returned to rescue when her home was forclosed on.
Jinju is a spayed white female Jindo. She is around 12 years old. She is fully vaccinated, microchipped, and healthy.
Greeting everyone with a smile and wagging tail, Jinju is a happy go lucky little girl with personality plus. She's a charmer, with kisses for anyone she meets, and she just loves to be petted. She is housetrained, is good with other dogs, adored the rabbit in her prior home, and loves going for walks. She is a mature lady with a lot of love left to give looking for a retirement home with an owner who will enjoys walks and hanging out on the couch.
Jinju is a healthy senior who still has a lot of energy and enthusiasm for life. She does have a non-contagious skin issue which her current foster home is working on getting under control.
If you are interested in further information or in adopting her please fill out an application at www.jindo-dog-rescue.org
More information about Jin-Sohl Jindo Dog Rescue
Rescue Group Info...
The JJDR is an organization dedicated to educating the public about Jindo dogs, to providing support and guidance to Jindo owners, and to rescuing Jindos from Southern California shelters when possible. Please visit www.jindo-dog-rescue.org for more information on Jindo Dogs.
The majority of dogs taken in by JJDR come to us through Los Angles City and County shelters. They were either picked up as strays running the streets of Southern California or were dumped at the shelter by uncaring owners. Unfortunately, the need for rescue far exceeds the space available, and itÂ’s only the lucky few who make it into foster care. When a dog is brought into rescue they are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, checked over by a veterinarian, and microchipped. They are then placed in an evaluators home where they are temperament tested and quarantined for a minimum of two weeks. After evaluation they are placed up for adoption and into a foster home if one is available. While being fostered our dogs are often given basic obedience training and crate training. They are also undergo further temperament and personality evaluation If you are interested in adopting a Jindo, please visit us at www.jindo-dog-rescue.org