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Breed
Whippet/Jindo
Color
Brindle
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
17875642-22-0002

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My story

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Dog Application Form - https://www.giveadogahome-rescue.org/forms/form?formid=5838

Please be sure to check out the rescue website for at least 39 pictures of Patricia and 8 video's.

Patricia was saved from a dog meat farm (Cow Farm) in South Korea as a young pup with her 6 siblings - they were some of the lucky ones.

Patricia was adopted from South Korea Dogs (SKD) to a family living in NY arriving at JFK on 3 March 2022. However, the hustle and bustle and the noise of living in an apartment was too much, too soon for Patricia and although she was happy and confident with her family, sudden or loud noises would her her trembling and sometimes losing control of her bowels. The family reached out to South Korea Dogs for help and they in turn contacted Give a Dog a Home Rescue to see if we could help take this girl in. Patricia arrived at the rescue on 21 March 2022, just 19 days from her arrival in the US.

Patricia is a small Jindo mix, she is spayed, rabies, age appropriate vaccines, heartworm & tick disease tested negative. She weighs around 24 pounds and has an estimated date of birth of 8 August 2021.

She has been at the rescue a week now and has settled in wonderfully - she is more confident and happiest with other dogs, so we are a looking for a family who either already has another dog, or who is interested in adopting her best friend COLT, a 60+pound Dutch Shepherd mix, who is also Brindle and in the pictures with her.

She does get nervous around new people and new things, so she needs a family that understands to go slow. She is very affectionate and will give gentle kisses and cuddle up for belly-rubs and ear scratches.

Notes from the family who adopted Patricia are as follows:

Patricia is a sweet and snuggly 7-month-old Jindo-mix who loves going on hikes and chasing birds. She enjoys long walks, but once she’s home she’s a couch potato! She will gladly snooze next to you through your Zoom calls and nudge you for a quick snuggle.

Patricia would do best in a quiet home with no young children or other small animals. Patricia has become friends with just about every dog she has met and is eager to play with them. She might be happiest with another energetic doggie pal, but could certainly thrive with only the love and exercise of a caring owner. Patricia is still learning to trust people and is nervous of strangers and will need some patience to make her comfortable around new people. Patricia is a bit timid; a gentle voice and a comforting hand will bring out her silly and energetic personality.

Patricia is happiest on a walk with a big stick in her mouth where she will proudly march along with and show off. She is quickly learning to walk well on a leash.

Patricia is heartworm negative and weighs a healthy 24lbs! She has been doing great with potty training but would have the best success with keeping her on scheduled breaks so she doesn’t have accidents. She has begun crate training but is not ready to be left in a crate just yet. She has quickly learned what she can and cannot chew and is a big fan of gnawing on chew toys.

Fun facts about Patricia:

·       Patricia snores in the most adorable way possible.

·       Patricia manages to play fetch with herself indoors – so talented!

·       Bring her to a pile of fresh dirt because this girl loves to dig.

Patricia is truly a great pup who is ready to thrive in the right home. 

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You MUST understand that dogs need time to decompress and adapt to their new environment and home. It is a HUGE transition they make from the kill shelter, being vetted, on transport for 3 days and arriving in Maine where the temperature and such is very different to what they have only known. In rescue there is what is known as the "3 Point Rule" Days 1-3 your dog is stressed, anxious, confused as to where they are now. Weeks 1-3 your dog is adjusting, settling in, learning things. At the 3 month point, your dog understands they are home, and have built up a trusting relationship where they feel loved and secure.   The rescue buys food in bulk, by the truck load and there are a variety of brands and flavours. None of the food given is less than a 4* food rating in accordance with    dogfoodadvisor.com   . There have not been issues with eating any of the varying foods. It is important that you do your research on the ingredients and speak to your vet or a nutritionist on grain vs grain free!

Patricia is located at Give a Dog a Home Rescue in Sebec and is available for adoption for an adoption fee of $550.

 

If you feel that you have the heart and home to give this precious soul a wonderful life, please go to our website, under the ADOPTION INFO tab, complete, then submit the APPLICATION. Our process takes around 1-2 days, and ensuring your references are aware that we will be calling, could speed up the process. Once you have been approved, we discuss any questions in regards to the dog you are wanting to adopt,    then we can schedule your appointment to come to the rescue in Sebec, Maine for meet/greet/adopt   Please do NOT submit an application if you are not looking to take home a new best friend within the next few weeks.   https://www.giveadogahome-rescue.org/forms/form?formid=5838   ALL Dogs are LOCATED AT THE RESCUE IN SEBEC, MAINE. We post in various states along the east coast and Canada where we have had lots of successful adoptions to enable more exposure for these beautiful saved souls. Families will need to be prepared to travel to the rescue to meet and take home their new best friend. Sebec is located just outside the towns of Dover-Foxcroft and Milo (approx 8 miles) and approx 45 miles from Bangor. There are also lots of hotels, motels, pet friendly accommodations  and wonderful camp-sites for the more adventurous families and what a great way to get to know your new best friend. Click here to watch a video of Patricia.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.June 24, 2022, 12:39 pm
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Dog Application Form - https://www.giveadogahome-rescue.org/forms/form?formid=5838

Please be sure to check out the rescue website for at least 39 pictures of Patricia and 8 video's.

Patricia was saved from a dog meat farm (Cow Farm) in South Korea as a young pup with her 6 siblings - they were some of the lucky ones.

Patricia was adopted from South Korea Dogs (SKD) to a family living in NY arriving at JFK on 3 March 2022. However, the hustle and bustle and the noise of living in an apartment was too much, too soon for Patricia and although she was happy and confident with her family, sudden or loud noises would her her trembling and sometimes losing control of her bowels. The family reached out to South Korea Dogs for help and they in turn contacted Give a Dog a Home Rescue to see if we could help take this girl in. Patricia arrived at the rescue on 21 March 2022, just 19 days from her arrival in the US.

Patricia is a small Jindo mix, she is spayed, rabies, age appropriate vaccines, heartworm & tick disease tested negative. She weighs around 24 pounds and has an estimated date of birth of 8 August 2021.

She has been at the rescue a week now and has settled in wonderfully - she is more confident and happiest with other dogs, so we are a looking for a family who either already has another dog, or who is interested in adopting her best friend COLT, a 60+pound Dutch Shepherd mix, who is also Brindle and in the pictures with her.

She does get nervous around new people and new things, so she needs a family that understands to go slow. She is very affectionate and will give gentle kisses and cuddle up for belly-rubs and ear scratches.

Notes from the family who adopted Patricia are as follows:

Patricia is a sweet and snuggly 7-month-old Jindo-mix who loves going on hikes and chasing birds. She enjoys long walks, but once she’s home she’s a couch potato! She will gladly snooze next to you through your Zoom calls and nudge you for a quick snuggle.

Patricia would do best in a quiet home with no young children or other small animals. Patricia has become friends with just about every dog she has met and is eager to play with them. She might be happiest with another energetic doggie pal, but could certainly thrive with only the love and exercise of a caring owner. Patricia is still learning to trust people and is nervous of strangers and will need some patience to make her comfortable around new people. Patricia is a bit timid; a gentle voice and a comforting hand will bring out her silly and energetic personality.

Patricia is happiest on a walk with a big stick in her mouth where she will proudly march along with and show off. She is quickly learning to walk well on a leash.

Patricia is heartworm negative and weighs a healthy 24lbs! She has been doing great with potty training but would have the best success with keeping her on scheduled breaks so she doesn’t have accidents. She has begun crate training but is not ready to be left in a crate just yet. She has quickly learned what she can and cannot chew and is a big fan of gnawing on chew toys.

Fun facts about Patricia:

·       Patricia snores in the most adorable way possible.

·       Patricia manages to play fetch with herself indoors – so talented!

·       Bring her to a pile of fresh dirt because this girl loves to dig.

Patricia is truly a great pup who is ready to thrive in the right home. 

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

You MUST understand that dogs need time to decompress and adapt to their new environment and home. It is a HUGE transition they make from the kill shelter, being vetted, on transport for 3 days and arriving in Maine where the temperature and such is very different to what they have only known. In rescue there is what is known as the "3 Point Rule" Days 1-3 your dog is stressed, anxious, confused as to where they are now. Weeks 1-3 your dog is adjusting, settling in, learning things. At the 3 month point, your dog understands they are home, and have built up a trusting relationship where they feel loved and secure.   The rescue buys food in bulk, by the truck load and there are a variety of brands and flavours. None of the food given is less than a 4* food rating in accordance with    dogfoodadvisor.com   . There have not been issues with eating any of the varying foods. It is important that you do your research on the ingredients and speak to your vet or a nutritionist on grain vs grain free!

Patricia is located at Give a Dog a Home Rescue in Sebec and is available for adoption for an adoption fee of $550.

 

If you feel that you have the heart and home to give this precious soul a wonderful life, please go to our website, under the ADOPTION INFO tab, complete, then submit the APPLICATION. Our process takes around 1-2 days, and ensuring your references are aware that we will be calling, could speed up the process. Once you have been approved, we discuss any questions in regards to the dog you are wanting to adopt,    then we can schedule your appointment to come to the rescue in Sebec, Maine for meet/greet/adopt   Please do NOT submit an application if you are not looking to take home a new best friend within the next few weeks.   https://www.giveadogahome-rescue.org/forms/form?formid=5838   ALL Dogs are LOCATED AT THE RESCUE IN SEBEC, MAINE. We post in various states along the east coast and Canada where we have had lots of successful adoptions to enable more exposure for these beautiful saved souls. Families will need to be prepared to travel to the rescue to meet and take home their new best friend. Sebec is located just outside the towns of Dover-Foxcroft and Milo (approx 8 miles) and approx 45 miles from Bangor. There are also lots of hotels, motels, pet friendly accommodations  and wonderful camp-sites for the more adventurous families and what a great way to get to know your new best friend. Click here to watch a video of Patricia.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.June 24, 2022, 12:39 pm
Rescue

Give a Dog a Home Rescue - VT - (location MAINE)

Contact info
Pet ID
17875642-22-0002
Contact
GaDaH Cope
Phone
Address
Sebec, ME 04481

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Information on adoption fee's is located on each dogs profile. Application Two personal references required One veterinary reference required Background check Phone Interview Once approved complete, then submit the contract. Arrange to travel to Sebec, Maine to meet/pick up dog. Or discuss alternative travel arrangements if any. Pay adoption fee.
Information on adoption fee's is located on each dogs profile. Application Two personal references required One veterinary reference required Background check Phone Interview Once approved complete, then submit the contract. Arrange to travel to Sebec, Maine to meet/pick up dog. Or discuss alternative travel arrangements if any. Pay adoption fee.

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Appointment only for approved adopters
Appointment only for approved adopters

More about this rescue

Founded by Jenny an English woman who found her way to Texas on 14th February 2011 in San Antonio, Texas we saved dogs from the high kill shelters in Texas. In July 2015, Jenny relocated herself and the rescue to the beautiful state of Maine, it's weather and people much like that of her home in Northern England. We still save dogs from the high kill shelters in Texas where dogs have just 3 days to be saved. We vet them, they have veterinary examination and are issued with health certificates and then transported to the rescue in Sebec, Maine.
Founded by Jenny an English woman who found her way to Texas on 14th February 2011 in San Antonio, Texas we saved dogs from the high kill shelters in Texas. In July 2015, Jenny relocated herself and the rescue to the beautiful state of Maine, it's weather and people much like that of her home in Northern England. We still save dogs from the high kill shelters in Texas where dogs have just 3 days to be saved. We vet them, they have veterinary examination and are issued with health certificates and then transported to the rescue in Sebec, Maine.