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Jindo puppies and dogs in Malibu, California

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Chia

Jindo

Male, Adult
Los Angeles, CA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
I adopted Chia from Korea about a year and a half ago. At the time, he was already almost 3 years old and is now almost 5! At the time, we lived in a house with a yard that Chia could happily run around in. Due to some unforeseen circumstances, we have had to move to a smaller place in the middle of the city with no yard and hardly a balcony. He has really hated the city life, and his anxiety with city noise (cars, trash,etc.) has become intense. I'm hoping to re-home him somewhere he can live peacefully and run around happily. Hopefully to another family with a yard, or at least away from the city and can take him on lots of walks. He doesn't care to play with other dogs or cats, although he tolerates them. But he much prefers being with humans and cuddling with them as much as possible. He is very sweet, friendly and social with humans. He is a bit anxious around high energy dogs as he has been bitten by one once. He hikes once in a while but prefers to be lazy.
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choki

Jindo Mixed Breed (Large)

Female, 4 mos
Los Angeles, CA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats,
Story
Interactions with People: Generally welcomes and enjoys interactions with people. Has an independent personality and enjoys physical contact but does not actively seek it. Interactions with Other Dogs: Gets along well with other dogs. Interactions with Cats: Curious but does not chase. House Training: Successfully completed 100% pad training. Crate Training: In progress. Energy Level: High. Touch or Handle: Enjoys people's company and prefers to be touched only after forming a bond. Enjoys being pet by the primary caregiver. Affectionate with Family. Barking Tendency: May bark briefly at unfamiliar visitors but not excessively. Appetite Issues: Can be sensitive to food. Feeding separately is recommended. Current Diet: Not picky. Walking on Leash: Walks well on a leash. Reaction to People or Dogs while on Leash: Shows curiosity and wants to greet and interact with people and dogs during walks. Comfort in the Car: Initially a bit anxious but quickly settles. Destructive Behavior: During puppy teething. Need for a Yard: Would be beneficial to have a yard. Living with Other Dogs: Recommended due to food motivation. Separate feeding is advised if living with other dogs. Apartment Living: Yes, suitable.
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Manse

Jindo Shiba Inu

Male, 3 yrs 1 mo
Los Angeles, CA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
πŸ’— Name: Manse πŸ’— Age: 3 years old πŸ’— Gender: Male πŸ’— Weight: 12.9 kg πŸ’— Breed: Jindo mix πŸ’— Vaccination and Neutering Status: COVID-19 vaccination not done yet (scheduled) Currently undergoing treatment for heartworms (mid-stage, minimum 4 months of treatment remaining) Neutering planned after completing heartworm treatment πŸ’— Relationship with Adults: Approaches people and wags tail when seeing them. πŸ’— Relationship with Kids: Approaches kids and wags tail when seeing them. πŸ’— Relationship with Other Dogs: Approaches other dogs, wags tail, and sniffs them. πŸ’— Relationship with Cats: Likes cats a lot, actively approaches them. πŸ’— House Training: Goes to the bathroom outdoors. πŸ’— Energy Level: High energy during walks, mostly rests indoors. πŸ’— Separation Anxiety/Barking: No barking, some separation anxiety initially, but showing improvement. πŸ’— Touch and Handling: Can be touched and handled without any issues, even during grooming. πŸ’— Walking on Leash: Walks well on a leash, enjoys smelling things during walks. πŸ’— Escape Artist: Does not attempt to escape, curious but timid. πŸ’— Rescue Story: Rescued from Gurye Shelter three years ago along with two siblings. Manse is the most timid among them. The first two siblings were adopted, and Manse was adopted after six months. Recently, found in Buyeo Shelter due to the microchip with your contact information. Manse loves both people and dogs, despite being timid. He handled grooming and veterinary procedures well. He is currently undergoing treatment for heartworms, and the plan is to complete all treatments before finding a permanent home. We hope he finds a loving home soon.
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Dali

Jindo Shiba Inu

Female, 2 yrs 2 mos
Los Angeles, CA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
1. Name? - Dali 2. Breed? - Jindo Mixed 3. Age? - about 2 yrs 4. Gender? - Female 5. Weight? - 33lbs 6. Spayed/Neutered? - Spayed 7. Good with women? - Very well 8. Good with men? - Generally gets along well with men, but sometimes she seems to be a bit afraid of middle-aged or older men. 9. Good with children? - Very well 10. Good with other dogs? - When they first meet, she tend to joke around a bit harshly, so she often embarrass or make the other dog angry. If they go for a walk together, she will quickly get better. 11. Good with cats? - She have never met a domestic cat before, and she get very excited when she see one on the street. 12. Any type of aggression at any particular situations? - She have never shown aggression toward humans at any situation. She may sometimes show a bit of aggression towards dogs that are not friendly towards her or dogs that show interest in her stuffs. 13. Any prey drive? - She show little interest in birds and try to rush on passing cats. 14. Energy level? - A little high 15. Leash trained? - Yes, but not enough. She often get excited and pull the leash. 16. Crate trained? - Not yet. 17. House trained? - She have never used a potty pad. She do not defecate indoors or in the yard, but only while walking. 18. Does the dog bark? How much and when? - Rarely barking. When she’s inside the house, she only occasionally barks when an unfamiliar dog or cat passes by outside. She has never barked at people. 19. Flight risk? - no 20. Does the dog like to be touched? Any issues with touching anywhere specific on the dog’s body? - She is timid and is afraid of unfamiliar environments. There is a possibility that she may try to run away unexpectedly, so we need to be careful. 21. Destroys and chews anything in the house? - She only bites the toys she is given and does not touch any other objects. 22. Possessive towards food or toys or etc. with humans and/or other dogs? - She have no experience living with other dogs for long periods of time, so it's hard to say for sure. However, she has never shown any form of aggression or possessiveness when around people. 23. Any past or present health issues? - She was infected with heartworm but was completely cured. No other diseases were found. 24. Rescue story? - Dali was rescued after wandering alone in the downtown area of Seogwipo, Jeju island, South Korea. She was very thin at the time of her first discovery, rather frightened, but she wasn't very wary of people. She was passively chasing after this person and that person as if she wanted someone to rescue her, but when a person showed interest, she ran a little far away and repeatedly distanced herself. At the time of the rescue, I was on my way home after buying a sandwich with my old dog. The wandering dog seemed to need help at a glance, but I had no hand to hold the dog because I held my old dog in one hand and a sandwich in the other. Of course, there was no leash or anything. I moved to the house little by little, saying warm words such as 'Do you want to go to my house' and 'Do you want to eat some food and water?' to the extent that she didn't run away. The dog repeatedly followed me a little bit and then moved away, conflicting between worrying about whether to follow me and wanting to solve hunger and get help. After luring her toward the house for a long time, she finally came very carefully into my door. She drank water as if she hadn't taken a sip of water for days, and she ate feed in a hurry before pouring it into the bowl. It's been a year since I started like that, and now she is doing well both in the house and in the yard, and when people visit my house, she is the first to go out and welcome. But still, when things change a little, she gets scared and hide. It still seems like it will take some time for her to have full faith that the world around her is safe, that no one will harm her, and that only they will love her.
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Nancy

Jindo Shiba Inu

Female, 7 yrs 3 mos
Los Angeles, CA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
1. Name? Nancy 2. Breed? jindo mix 3. Age? 7years 4. Gender? female 5. Weight? 59lb 6. Spayed/Neutered? Spayed 7. Good with women? Very good 8. Good with men? Very good 9. Good with children? Very good 10. Good with other dogs? Very good 11. Good with cats? No reactions to cats 12. Any type of aggression at any particular situations? NO 13. Any prey drive? NO 14. Energy level? Six out of Ten 15. Leash trained? Good 16. Crate trained? Good 17. House trained? Good 18. Does the dog bark? How much and when? Litte bark in foster home 19. Flight risk? No 20. Does the dog like to be touched? Any issues with touching anywhere specific on the dog’s body? Allow the whole body to be touched. 21. Destroys and chews anything in the house? NO 22. Possessive towards food or toys or etc. with humans and/or other dogs? NO 23. Any past or present health issues? She was hurt a lot when she was attacked by several dogs. But she didn't attack the other dogs at all. 24. Rescue story? A grandmother over 90 was taking care of all the local stray dogs in her yard. The grandmother was in such a poor situation and her chronic illness worsened that she could no longer take care of the dogs. We rescued all the dogs she was caring for and built a small shelter. Nancy is the brightest of the dogs. I liked everyone who approached her. We rescued her, hoping that she would meet her family for the rest of her life as a pretty princess.
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Wony

Jindo Shiba Inu

Female, 1 yr 3 mos
Los Angeles, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats,
Story
1. Name? Wony 2. Breed? Jindo mix 3. Age? 1years 4. Gender? Spayed girl 5. Weight? 30lb 6. Spayed/Neutered? Spayed 7. Good with women? Very good 8. Good with men? Very good 9. Good with children? Very good 10. Good with other dogs? Good 11. Good with cats? Scared of cats in the space. But it doesn't attack. 12. Any type of aggression at any particular situations? No 13. Any prey drive? No 14. Energy level? Middle Hight (seven out of ten) 15. Leash trained? Good 16. Crate trained? Good 17. House trained? Good 18. Does the dog bark? How much and when? She barks when she's too excited or glad. But it doesn't bark for long 19. Flight risk? No 20. Does the dog like to be touched? Any issues with touching anywhere specific on the dog’s body? Allow the whole body to be touched. 21. Destroys and chews anything in the house? No 22. Possessive towards food or toys or etc. with humans and/or other dogs? No 23. Any past or present health issues? No 24. Rescue story? Three baby dogs born by stray dogs near the shelter eventually received care at the shelter. Two of the three had short legs, similar to Welsh corgi Jindo mix. The two cuter ones with shorter legs were adopted first, but Wony with longer legs was one of many Jindo mix. But she was so lovely and healing for everyone. We rescued her, hoping to meet her new family and become a fully healed puppy.

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LIFE Animal Rescue

PO Box 1431, Agoura Hills, CA 91376

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LIFE Animal Rescue

PO Box 1431, Agoura Hills, CA 91376

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13.5 miles

Free Korean Dogs - LA Transport

6709 Independence Ave, Canoga Park, LA, CA 91303

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13.5 miles

Free Korean Dogs - LA Transport

6709 Independence Ave, Canoga Park, LA, CA 91303

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13.5 miles

Free Korean Dogs - LA Transport

6709 Independence Ave, Canoga Park, LA, CA 91303

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16.2 miles

Dogs Without Borders

P.O. Box 17344, Encino, CA 91416

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16.2 miles

Dogs Without Borders

P.O. Box 17344, Encino, CA 91416

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16.2 miles

Dogs Without Borders

P.O. Box 17344, Encino, CA 91416

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17 miles

LA Animal Rescue

Los Angeles, CA 91311

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, horses, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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19.1 miles

West L.A. Animal Care Center - Los Angeles Animal Services

11361 West Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, horses, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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