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Jindo puppies and dogs in Shoreline, Washington

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Jacob from Korea

Jindo

Male, young
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Click the button to download the adoption application. The application is a form-fillable pdf. Fill out the form, save it to your hard drive, then email back to sian@gingerspetrescue.org Hi!  My name is Jacob from Korea and I am a wonderful approximately 7 month old male  Mini-Jindo.  I am approximately 24 lbs. and so excited to find my new forever home.  I am very happy, affectionate, and friendly.  l was saved from the Korean dog meat trade.  I don’t know how I ended up there but I was so scared and I used to hear the cries from the other dogs as they were taken away.  The activists came and saved us and I can't wait to come to America and find a family to love and care for me forever.  Approximately over a million dogs a year are slaughtered to be eaten.  I am so lucky to get a one-way ticket to Seattle to find my new family.  Take me on car rides, walks in the park, and I will become your best friend.  I get along well with people of all ages, gentle kids, and other dogs.  I will do best with a loving family that can give me lots of love, and affection!  On all overseas adoption, we highly recommend our pet rescue dog trainer who will come to your home and help train your new pup for only $75.  My adoption fee of $1,595 will cover my spay/neuter, DA2PP shots, Rabies, Bordetella, Deworm, Heart Worm Test, Microchip, Boarding Fees, Health Certificate and airline transport cost from Korea to Seattle.   We cannot guarantee breed or age. The adoption fee is firm and helps save the life of another dog needing rescue and our other dogs in need of medical care.  Donations are always appreciated to help pay down our vet bills at Greenwood Vet.  Ginger's Pet Rescue is a non-profit 501C-3 organization.  Please e-mail  admin@gingerspetrescue.org   for an adoption application.  June 6, 2023, 3:38 pm
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Hayley from Korea

Jindo

Female, puppy
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Click the button to download the adoption application. The application is a form-fillable pdf. Fill out the form, save it to your hard drive, then email back to sian@gingerspetrescue.org Hi!  My name is Hayley from Korea and I am a wonderful approximately 5 month old female Jindo.  I am approximately 15 lbs. and so excited to find my new forever home.  I am very happy, affectionate, and friendly.  l was saved from the Korean dog meat trade.  I don’t know how I ended up there but I was so scared and I used to hear the cries from the other dogs as they were taken away.  The activists came and saved us and I can't wait to come to America and find a family to love and care for me forever.  Approximately over a million dogs a year are slaughtered to be eaten.  I am so lucky to get a one-way ticket to Seattle to find my new family.  Take me on car rides, walks in the park, and I will become your best friend.  I get along well with people of all ages, gentle kids, and other dogs.  I will do best with a loving family that can give me lots of love, and affection!  On all overseas adoption, we highly recommend our pet rescue dog trainer who will come to your home and help train your new pup for only $75.  My adoption fee of $1,595 will cover my spay/neuter, DA2PP shots, Rabies, Bordetella, Deworm, Heart Worm Test, Microchip, Boarding Fees, Health Certificate and airline transport cost from Korea to Seattle.   We cannot guarantee breed or age. The adoption fee is firm and helps save the life of another dog needing rescue and our other dogs in need of medical care.  Donations are always appreciated to help pay down our vet bills at Greenwood Vet.  Ginger's Pet Rescue is a non-profit 501C-3 organization.  Please e-mail   admin@gingerspetrescue.org    for an adoption application.    June 6, 2023, 3:38 pm
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Bono from Korea

Jindo

Male, puppy
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Click the button to download the adoption application. The application is a form-fillable pdf. Fill out the form, save it to your hard drive, then email back to sian@gingerspetrescue.org Hi!  My name is Bono from Korea and I am a wonderful approximately 5 month old male Jindo.  I am approximately 15 lbs. and so excited to find my new forever home.  I am very happy, affectionate, and friendly.  l was saved from the Korean dog meat trade.  I don’t know how I ended up there but I was so scared and I used to hear the cries from the other dogs as they were taken away.  The activists came and saved us and I can't wait to come to America and find a family to love and care for me forever.  Approximately over a million dogs a year are slaughtered to be eaten.  I am so lucky to get a one-way ticket to Seattle to find my new family.  Take me on car rides, walks in the park, and I will become your best friend.  I get along well with people of all ages, gentle kids, and other dogs.  I will do best with a loving family that can give me lots of love, and affection!  On all overseas adoption, we highly recommend our pet rescue dog trainer who will come to your home and help train your new pup for only $75.  My adoption fee of $1,595 will cover my spay/neuter, DA2PP shots, Rabies, Bordetella, Deworm, Heart Worm Test, Microchip, Boarding Fees, Health Certificate and airline transport cost from Korea to Seattle.   We cannot guarantee breed or age. The adoption fee is firm and helps save the life of another dog needing rescue and our other dogs in need of medical care.  Donations are always appreciated to help pay down our vet bills at Greenwood Vet.  Ginger's Pet Rescue is a non-profit 501C-3 organization.  Please e-mail   admin@gingerspetrescue.org    for an adoption application.    June 6, 2023, 3:38 pm
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Zeus from Korea

Jindo

Male, young
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Click the button to download the adoption application. The application is a form-fillable pdf. Fill out the form, save it to your hard drive, then email back to sian@gingerspetrescue.org Hi!  My name is Zeus from Korea and I am a wonderful approximately 1 year old male  Jindo mix.  I am approximately 33 lbs. and so excited to find my new forever home.  I am very happy, affectionate, and friendly.  l was saved from the Korean dog meat trade.  I don’t know how I ended up there but I was so scared and I used to hear the cries from the other dogs as they were taken away.  The activists came and saved us and I can't wait to come to America and find a family to love and care for me forever.  Approximately over a million dogs a year are slaughtered to be eaten.  I am so lucky to get a one-way ticket to Seattle to find my new family.  Take me on car rides, walks in the park, and I will become your best friend.  I get along well with people of all ages, gentle kids, and other dogs.  I will do best with a loving family that can give me lots of love, and affection!  On all overseas adoption, we highly recommend our pet rescue dog trainer who will come to your home and help train your new pup for only $75.  My adoption fee of $1,495 will cover my spay/neuter, DA2PP shots, Rabies, Bordetella, Deworm, Heart Worm Test, Microchip, Boarding Fees, Health Certificate and airline transport cost from Korea to Seattle.   We cannot guarantee breed or age. The adoption fee is firm and helps save the life of another dog needing rescue and our other dogs in need of medical care.  Donations are always appreciated to help pay down our vet bills at Greenwood Vet.  Ginger's Pet Rescue is a non-profit 501C-3 organization.  Please e-mail  admin@gingerspetrescue.org   for an adoption application.    June 6, 2023, 3:38 pm
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Lola from Korea

Jindo

Female, puppy
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Click the button to download the adoption application. The application is a form-fillable pdf. Fill out the form, save it to your hard drive, then email back to sian@gingerspetrescue.org Hi!  My name is Lola from Korea and I am a wonderful approximately 5 month old female Jindo.  I am approximately 18 lbs. and so excited to find my new forever home.  I am very happy, affectionate, and friendly.  l was saved from the Korean dog meat trade.  I don’t know how I ended up there but I was so scared and I used to hear the cries from the other dogs as they were taken away.  The activists came and saved us and I can't wait to come to America and find a family to love and care for me forever.  Approximately over a million dogs a year are slaughtered to be eaten.  I am so lucky to get a one-way ticket to Seattle to find my new family.  Take me on car rides, walks in the park, and I will become your best friend.  I get along well with people of all ages, gentle kids, and other dogs.  I will do best with a loving family that can give me lots of love, and affection!  On all overseas adoption, we highly recommend our pet rescue dog trainer who will come to your home and help train your new pup for only $75.  My adoption fee of $1,495 will cover my spay/neuter, DA2PP shots, Rabies, Bordetella, Deworm, Heart Worm Test, Microchip, Boarding Fees, Health Certificate and airline transport cost from Korea to Seattle.   We cannot guarantee breed or age. The adoption fee is firm and helps save the life of another dog needing rescue and our other dogs in need of medical care.  Donations are always appreciated to help pay down our vet bills at Greenwood Vet.  Ginger's Pet Rescue is a non-profit 501C-3 organization.  Please e-mail   admin@gingerspetrescue.org    for an adoption application.    June 6, 2023, 3:38 pm
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Milo from Korea

Jindo

Male, puppy
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Click the button to download the adoption application. The application is a form-fillable pdf. Fill out the form, save it to your hard drive, then email back to sian@gingerspetrescue.org Hi!  My name is Milo from Korea and I am a wonderful approximately 6 month old  male Mini Jindo.  I weigh approximately 15 lbs. and so excited to find my new forever home.  I am very happy, affectionate, smart, and friendly.  I was saved from the Korean kill shelter where I was due to be euthanized. The activists came and saved me and I can't wait to come to America and find a family to love and care for me forever.  Approximately over a million dogs a year are slaughtered to be eaten.  I am so lucky to get a one-way ticket to Seattle to find my new family.  Take me on car rides, walks in the park, and I will become your best friend.  I get along well with people of all ages, gentle kids, and other dogs.  I will do best with a loving family that can give me lots of love, and affection!  On all overseas adoption, we highly recommend our pet rescue dog trainer who will help train your new pup for only $75.  My adoption fee of $1,595 will cover my spay/neuter, DA2PP shots, Rabies, Bordetella, Deworm, Heart Worm Test, Microchip, Boarding Fees, Health Certificate and airline transport cost from Korea to Seattle.  We cannot guarantee breed or age. The adoption fee is firm and helps save the life of another dog needing rescue and our other dogs in need of medical care.  Donations are always appreciated to help pay down our vet bills at Greenwood Vet.  Ginger's Pet Rescue is a non-profit 501C-3 organization.  Please e-mail  admin@gingerspetrescue.org  for an adoption application. June 6, 2023, 3:38 pm

Or, how about these Jindos in cities near Shoreline, Washington

These Jindos are available for adoption close to Shoreline, Washington.
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Aiden - Fluffy Pup

Jindo

Male, puppy
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
-
Story
Meet Aiden! 6 month old Aiden was rescued from Korea and is a young Jindo pup. He is a sweet boy, rather timid at first. He likes women more than men but a patient male will be able to win him over. He needs to be with another confident and playful dog in the home to help him thrive.  From his foster family: Great with other dogs, and older children (smaller children and cats unknown) Takes treats nicely and is not food aggressive Is submissive/non aggressive (not alpha)  Is very curious but cautious.  So much is new to him! Is doing well with potty training he will pee outside but seems to get distracted to poo, but he is working on that Not destructive, he will play gently with soft toys, but has been known to steal shoes!  Does not mind staying in a crate.  He sleeps in his crate well Aiden doesn’t like –  cats or small animals other than dogs. The Jindo breed has high prey drive and when he saw a movement in my yard (just plastic sheeting) and a bird he became alert and wanted to dive for both.Aiden may be shy at first but warms up quickly to females and will be hanging in your lap in no time, very affectionate!  He seems to be apprehensive towards males in my household and male visitors but will warm up to them.  Aiden is vaccinated, chipped and neutered. His adoption fee is $525 We cover the medical to prepare the pet for adoption and the adopt donations go directly to cover those costs and range from $295-$495.  Thank you for stepping up to save a life! To expedite to meet with this dog, please go to our site at www.savinggreatanimals.org and fill out an application. We look at the first applications to arrive, so we hope to hear from you soon! June 6, 2023, 11:22 pm
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Barbie

Jindo Kai Dog

Female, 4 yrs 1 mo
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Barbie is a special girl looking for that perfect home. Her beautiful brindle coat and brilliant smile will draw you in. Barbie’s energy and smarts will make you fall in love. Our Barbie is a Korean Jindo mix and has the distinctive pointy ears to match. She loves to walk and even jog and can go for miles without breaking a pant. Like many Jindos, Barbie also needs exercise for her mind. She responds well to training activities, games and long lasting chews. The ideal home for Barbie will have active adults and a fenced yard for running and relaxing in the fresh air. She does have a prey drive which means no cats or other small animals. The home does need to continue her training especially her manners towards other dogs. Barbie will take some time to adjust to new people so please be patient. A long term foster who could meet the above requirements would also be welcome. PERSONALITY & TEMPERAMENT Recommend as only pet – No children – Prefer a fenced yard. Energetic and smart. Needs mental and physical exercise HEALTH & WELLNESS No health issues noted. Needs high quality fresh food and lots of love and patience. All dogs have been spayed/neutered, updated on all shots and microchipped. Import papers, Rabies and DHLPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza virus, Parvovirus) Vaccine Certificates will be provided. Travel crate and accessories also provided.
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Suni

Jindo Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Female, 8 mos
Bellevue, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
THANK YOU for finding us and interest in our rescued dog. Because Suni is an international rescue through South Korea. You will have to meet your dog(s) and pick your dog(s) up from the airport. International airport for picking up dogs: 【SFO、SEA、IAH、YVR、YYZ、LAX/ONT、JFK.】 Apply here https://lifeofhopefoundation.org/adoption-application/ ------------------------------------ Suni is a very friendly with all people and dogs. She is also outgoing, playful, and really enjoy going on adventures with all the people that come to walk her! She loves people very much and gets along with other dogs very well. Suni is not comfortable in car and drools. But she doesn’t throw up or shake. This will get better with more experience. Barking or separation anxiety: Suni has not been completely alone but is calm in home. Guarding: She is food motivated but does not have guarding behavior. She waits till her turn when the foster gives treats to the dogs. Commends: Sit. Suni is waiting for her forever home, who truly cares for her, protect her, and give her the love that she deserves. If you are interested in Suni, please connect with us! We are more than happy to share more details about her with you. Apply here https://lifeofhopefoundation.org/adoption-application/
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Lucy

Jindo

Female, 7 mos
Bellevue, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
THANK YOU for finding us and interest in our rescued dog. Because Lucy is an international rescue through South Korea. You will have to meet your dog(s) and pick your dog(s) up from the airport. International airport for picking up dogs: 【SFO、SEA、IAH、YVR、YYZ、LAX/ONT、JFK.】 Apply here https://lifeofhopefoundation.org/adoption-application/ ------------------------------------ Rescue story: Lucy was among the 7 litters that were found in the middle of a large orange farm. The owner tied the mom in the farm and she had to get pregnant because she was not fixed and was tied in one place. The owner did not care to feed them or clean their place so the mother and the puppies had to eat rotten oranges. The mother dog was too starving to make milk but was breastfeeding the puppies. When the puppies were around 3 months old, we were able to rescue the mama dog and the puppies from the owner. Personality: Very good with all people and dogs. She is good with all people including men and female. She is not experienced with children and cats, however, she has not shown any aggression so far in any time. But with cats, we don’t know how she will react. Yet, she doesn’t show prey drive. She is energetic and active. She needs a good time of exercise. She is very playful and goofy. She is just lovable and so friendly. She is leash trained. She is under crate training but the foster has a fenced area inside where she can sleep during night. She is comfortable in that place. She can be petted everywhere. She doesn’t have much chewing behavior. She is healthy and has no issues. She doesn’t have any protective behavior against dogs and people. Apply here https://lifeofhopefoundation.org/adoption-application/
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Bookku

Jindo Shiba Inu

Female, 1 yr 1 mo
BELLEVUE, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Bookku Female 13months 20kg Lovely and Loyal Very careful and a fast learner Give her lots of love and She can be your best companion! ▶Name: 부끄 (BOOKKU) ▶Age:? 13mths ▶Gender:? neutered Female ▶Weight: 20kg ▶Breed: Jindo mix ▶Dog: -Loves dog friends but is super careful at first takes some time to adjust around new friends. Sometimes gets too excited but knows how to kneel down and? wait at times esp when dog is smaller in size. -Bookkuu knows how to control her play energy according to her companion. -When smaller dogs bark loudly at Bookuu, she gets scared and moves out of the way. -Bookkuu sometimes growls and shows discomfort when other dogs(esp new dogs) show interest to her belongings or abruptly comes to sniff. -If Bookku gets to excited, command her to sit and she will ease down and watch the dog go its way. ▶Cat: -Bookku is very gentle towards most animals. Cats are one of them. When she meets a house cat she stays very gentle and calm shows curiosity and wants to sniff but gets hit by the cat most of the time . However when she sees a wild cat outdoors she goes after to chase it, but not to hunt. ▶Adults: -Bookku is very cautious around strangers which requires some time for her to inspect. But when introduced she stays calm. -She likes people who come gentle towards her and lends their hand to sniff. -Recognizes people she’s seen more than twice and wags her tail and sniffs. -She barks at specific type of adults esp man in dark color clothes. And whoever is running fast towards her. -Likes female better than male( gets a bit scared at times). ▶Kids: - Bookku is a bit scared of kids especially when they run towards her. She may growl and bark or either tends to keep a distance. But when she gets famililar she stays around and stays calm. -Was scared of Foster house son, but after a month and a half, he became Bookku’s best mate. -Never once barked or bit foster parent son. ▶Potty trained: Outdoors/Indoors are both possible. And can use pad indoors. Potty train was easy to train. Bookku prefers outdoors more than indoors on grass, leaves, and dirt. ▶Ok on leash: Stays super calm when putting up both leash and harness. She loves going out for walks, but since foster house is located in a busy street of downtown with lots of people, this got her nervous everytime. But has been gradually improving. She has shown great improvement during foster care period. With constantly challenging new areas with patience she has gained a lot of confidence. ▶Energy Level : 7(Outdoors) 3(inside the house mostly sleeps or rests) ▶Barker: Barks only to unexpected strangers at the door on to a visitor(Only when foster mom is around). She may bark once or twice but instantly calms down when introduced. This may be her way of protecting her owner and herself but can be educated and trained. Foster parents had no problem inviting guests home. Just had to hold her back and introduce her to guests by letting her sniff? their belongings and hand. She then soon goes minds her own business. ▶Separation anxiety: -Did not show any separation anxiety when left alone. Foster parents always left her a big bone to chew on with her favorite toy. -Very quiet and calm around the house when alone. -Hasn't caused any trouble ▶Whether to escape : Has not tried to escape. Bookku loves taking walks in quiet grassy areas and always checks on her guardian if he/she is catching up. But she can hype up sometimes when she sees stray cats running away. ▶Rescue Story (if you know): She has been rescued in the junk yard of a suburb area where she has been fed leftovers in a small cage to be eaten or sold as dog meat. ▶Brief write up (personality, what would be the ideal home?): Bookku is very cautious around new surroundings which requires some time for her to adjust.. Bookku is very intelligent. She is mostly quiet around the house and barely causes any house troubles. She always follows her guardian wherever and waits very patiently. She is super loyal in a very soft way. Her best interest is her owner. Her energy level is pretty low around the house and havent seen her get angry or annoyed at anyone. She will be suitable in a household where she can receive lots of love and patience.? She is good with kids but requires some time to adjust at first. Bookuu loves taking family walks, i think she feels more confident taking walks as a whole. She can manage long walks hiking etc. Loves playing with other dogs but being the only dog around the house would be nice too. Looking for a family who can mend her heart. It will take time for her to adjust but she we definitely return it back. Note: If she gets scared or nervous. By holding her and humming the happy birthday song gently like a lullaby will help her ease or go to sleep
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Queen

Jindo Shiba Inu

Female, 1 yr
BELLEVUE, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
-Rescue Story: She has been rescued in the junk yard of a suburb area where she has been fed leftovers in a small cage to be eaten or sold as dog meat. -Potty trained: Outdoors/Indoors are both possible, She prefers outdoors more than indoors on grassy areas. - Walks Queen knows it’s time to go out for a walk when she sees the leash. She sometimes pulls on the leash on walks but generally walks well. However, she can get scared by unfamiliar people or loud noises, so it's necessary to double up with a harness when walking in quiet places. -Energy Level She is not very high-energy, so 1-2 walks of about an hour each or spending 1-2 hours at a dog park should be sufficient. However, when she hasn't expended all of her energy, he tends to run around the house or chew on things. - Relationship with People She relies deeply on foster parents and enjoys the affection and touch of her family. She gets scared of unfamiliar people and tends to run away or hide, and this applies to children as well. However, with frequent exposure and experiences, she is gradually becoming more comfortable and has never shown any aggression or annoyance towards people in any situation. - Relationship with Cats Briefly sniffs and shows no interest. Even when she sees stray cats, she doesn't chase after them. - Relationship with Dogs Bonds well with foster family’s dogs and knows how to share food. She only briefly sniffs unfamiliar dogs and shows little interest but tends to get scared and run away when a new dog approaches with big actions. - Bark Doesn’t not bark outside but let goes a few barks in the house when hearing of an unfamiliar noise. - Anxiety Crys when left alone in the house, ( Being trained) - Brief write up (personality, what would be the ideal home?): Queen is fearful of unfamiliar environments and strangers, but deep inside, she relies on humans and seeks love and affection. It would be great if she could live in a place with a cheerful sibling dog, as she gets along well with other dogs. It would also be ideal to have a patient and understanding home that can wait for her to adapt and show patience during the adjustment period.

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Saving Great Animals

Seattle, WA 98119

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Save Korean Dogs USA Foundation, Inc. - Seattle WA

Seattle, WA 98111

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Life of Hope Foundation(WA/OR)

Bellevue, WA 98004

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