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Jindo puppies and dogs in Port Orchard, Washington

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Buddy

Jindo

Male, 4 yrs 3 mos
Bellevue, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
story: Thank you for interested in adopting Buddy. Please know that Buddy is an international rescue. When your application is approved, you will need to pick him up from the airport - such as SFO, SEA, JFK, LAX, ONT, IAH, etc. International adoption is not a complicated process and we've done the process many years. We would be happy to explain to you how the process works. Buddy is not high in energy level and likes to take a slow walk, taking time to observe and sniff other things. When he was a puppy, he was small and weak and was bullied by his siblings. He gets nervous towards other dogs. He is not comfortable when the other dog tries to dominate and when the other dog has a young puppy energy so much that it can annoy others. However, once he becomes friendly with other dog, he gets along very well. He stayed in the shelter for a long time so he lacks socialization but he is gentle and careful once he decides to be a friend with the people and the dogs. Now, he is under socialization training. He has not met children yet but is generally calm and good with people. The foster believes buddy is calm and friendly with anyone and so can be with children. Buddy is nervous but stays calm in the crate. He behaves well when he is alone in home. He is under leash training. If he gets scared he just stops and refuses to move. When he gets scared during walks, he leans on the people next to him and depends on the person for protection. With something he has not eaten before, he doesn’t eat it right away. He rubs it on his body first. After he tries it one or two times, he doesn’t do it anymore. Lacking various experiences, he gets scared easily but is also good at overcoming them. If you’re interested in adopting Buddy, feel free to contact us for more info! Thank you.
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Chewy

Jindo

Female, 1 yr 5 mos
Bellevue, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Thank you for interested in adopting Chewy. Please know that Chewy is an international rescue. When your application is approved, you will need to pick him up from the airport - such as SFO, SEA, JFK, LAX, ONT, IAH, etc. International adoption is not a complicated process and we‘ve done the process many years. We would be happy to explain to you how the process works. Rescue story: The rescuer feeds some stray dogs far away from her home and she found a mama dog with 4 puppies. She was not able to help them but only could give them enough food to survive. One day, one of the puppies voluntarily came close to the rescuer and when she held the puppy, she found the puppy was covered by ticks and fleas and was in a very bad condition. The rescuer decided to find all of the dogs and was able to capture the mama dog and the rest 3 puppies. Chewy is very friendly with all dogs and is affectionate towards people. She likes to have close relationships with people. She loves taking walks and being outdoor. She is good on leash withouth pulling. At first, she pulled a little from being excited but now she is very good and follows the foster gently. She sometimes become stubborn at some points she wants to sniff but overall, she is very good on leash! She doesn’t have a guarding behavior and waits very well for her turn during the treat time. She is 100% outdoor potty trained and never made a mistake.
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Cracker

Jindo

Male, 6 mos
Bellevue, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Thank you for interested in adopting Cracker. Please know that Cracker is an international rescue. When your application is approved, you will need to pick him up from the airport - such as SFO, SEA, JFK, LAX, ONT, IAH, etc. International adoption is not a complicated process and we‘ve done the process many years. We would be happy to explain to you how the process works. Rescue story: The rescuer feeds some stray dogs far away from her home and she found a mama dog with 4 puppies. She was not able to help them but only could give them enough food to survive. One day, one of the puppies voluntarily came close to the rescuer and when she held the puppy, she found the puppy was covered by ticks and fleas and was in a very bad condition. The rescuer decided to find all of the dogs and was able to capture the mama dog and the rest 3 puppies. Cracker is not so active and more calm than other dogs in his age. He likes people very much. He is friendly with the dog in the foster. He is not interested in meeting new dogs. In the current foster, he doesn’t play much with the foster’s dog and follows the foster all the time. Cracker used to get carsick and drool. He is now good with drives as long as 40 minutes but he is getting better and stays good for longer drives. Cracker is good on leash and can be controlled well during walks. His reaction to new dogs, especially when they are big, is different whether he is with the foster’s dog or not. When he is with the foster’s dog, he barks at the big dog. He seems to be a little scared and the fosters calms him down by commending him to sit and stay. When he becomes calm, he doesn’t bark anymore and behaves well. When he walks alone, he doesn’t bark at other dogs. He may get a little nervous but still listens to the foster’s commends like sit, stay and down. He is getting better.
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Hangom

Jindo

Female, 3 mos
Bellevue, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats,
Story
1. Rescue Story * Hangom was rescued with her mom and siblings. Her mom got wound by a tight collar. But luckily Hangom and her four siblings were healthy! 2. Basic things * With Person: A little shy at first, but when she gets close, she quickly turn into a cutie. She likes people and plays really well, especially with young kids🥰 * With Dogs: she got along well with her siblings. * Separation anxiety: He's a nice puppy who can relax and sleep when he's alone. * Potty training: 80% success on a pee pad. * Grooming: So gentle! Good on taking a bath and dry well. * Car sickness: None. Sleeps well in the car. * Bark: She doesn't bark despite the outside noise! Sometimes when she gets too excited when the foster feeds her, she barks once 'wang'. 3. Details * Learned Commands: Sit, stay, lie down! * Her mom Boonie weighs 22lbs but we do not know her father dog so her growth size is just a prediction. 💙 Foster's Instagram: @snuazl
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Negom

Jindo

Female, 3 mos
Bellevue, WA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats,
Story
1. Rescue Story * Negom was rescued with her mom and siblings. Her mom got wound by a tight collar. But luckily Negom and her four siblings were healthy! 2. Basic things * With Person: she's not the type to approach people first. A little shy at first. She needs time to settle in. * With Dogs: She hasn't met dog friends yet, but he got along well with her siblings. * Separation anxiety: she hasn't been alone for a long time yet. There's no separation anxiety when the foster's out for an hour and a half! * Potty training: 90% success on a pee pad. She doesn't like to use the pee pad that she used once. * Grooming: She doesn’t like to take a bath, but she's patient. * Car sickness: none * Bark: She doesn't bark at all, but she bark 'wang' once or twice when she's scared (ex. When someone she doesn't know comes in or when someone suddenly appears or approaches her). 3. Details * learning commands : sit and stay. She's almost done with sit🐶 * Her mom Boonie weighs 22lbs but we do not know her father dog so her growth size is just a prediction. 💙 Foster's Instagram: @negommi
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Dart

Jindo Shiba Inu

Male, 3 mos
Bellevue, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats,
Story
1⃣ Health * Neutering: Not neutered yet * Other: Dart overcame Parvo but has a slight bend in his left front ankle due to nutritional deficiency. With proper nutrition, improvement is possible. 2⃣ Rescue Story * Dart, along with his sibling Dot, was in Kimje Shelter. Dart, especially, was initially scared of people, often screaming when touched. Urgently rescued from the shelter where Parvo was spreading, Dart recovered, and his sibling Dot found a new home. 3⃣ Basics * Interaction: Initially wary but becomes affectionate once familiar. * Compatibility: Limited exposure to other dogs; still getting used to them. * Separation Anxiety: Comfortable being alone. * Potty Training: 90% success with pad training, occasional accidents on the edges. * Hygiene: Calm during baths, a bit resistant during drying, but copes well. ☺️ 💙 Foster's Instagram: @moong2020_mung

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