(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Spayed or Neutered,
Hi! My name is Hibiki IN LA!!!, and I am IN LOS ANGELES looking for my forever home! I was rescued from the dog meat trade in South Korea by the DoVE Project. My fate would have been to live in fear and distress, watching dogs being led to slaughter for human consumption. DoVE Project heard about me, and now I am looking for my forever family!
More about me
BREED: Jindo mix
AGE: 4 years (DOB 6/8/17).
WEIGHT: About 33 pounds
HEALTH: Up to date with all my shots
BEHAVIOR: Nervous and shy at first, and loving, sweet, and gentle when she trusts you; reactive to loud sounds and sudden movements so will do better in a home without cats, dogs, or kids
BACKGROUND: Hibiki was rescued from the Korean meat trade and was adopted into a loving home along with her sister when they were both 6 months old. She developed littermate syndrome, and the family made the very difficult decision to rehome her. Hibiki is more shy and nervous than her sister, and cautious at first, but once she trusts you, is loving, sweet, and gentle.
Hibiki loves the outdoors, playing ball, chasing squirrels, carrots, and kisses; knows sit, wait, down, and high-five; and is crate- and house-trained. She is looking for a home with an experienced human who will give the time, space, and training to help with rehabilitation.
Jindos are known for their fierce loyalty, high intelligence, rarely barking, and playful nature. They make great indoor family dogs, as Jindos are clean and easily housetrained, and are faithful to family members. They are also mid-level active and love being socialized at dog parks, going on hikes, and joining the family on trips.
ABOUT SHELTER STRESS
Dogs who have lived in shelters for a long period of time develop behaviors due to an environment that is loud, chaotic, and stressful, even in best shelters in the US. Dogs in shelters have limited socialization exposure to people and urban environments. DoVE dogs also come from a traumatic background such as dog meat farms and slaughterhouses. While many of our dogs acclimate within a few months with consistency, structure, and patience, some of our more sensitive dogs can take longer to rehabilitate. It's important to note that these sensitive dogs are even more attuned to human emotions and behavior, making for a deeper connection human-dog connection. DoVE Project is committed to helping our adopters desensitize and socialize our dog meat trade survivors.
DoVE Project operates a shelter in South Korea, where our dogs stay until they are matched with an adopter. In the US, our dogs stay in foster homes or in boarding, as we do not have a physical facility. These dogs are identified with "in LA" in their names.
Please note that we only adopt our pups in the Southern California area. Please check our website for more information regarding our adoption process, our mission, and adoption application: https://www.dove-project.org/adoption-process
If you are interested in adopting, please complete an online application at: https://www.dove-project.org/adoption-application-form.