Korean Jindo Dog Rescue,
Rehabilitation and Rehoming

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The 2014 Jindo Rescue Calendar 

Huge thanks to the volunteer artists who produced these fabulous illustrations (Top, Left to Right):
1. Front Cover by Kate Sterf: featuring "Bailey" (on the left) fromTreasured k9s, Inc. and "Maggie" (on the right) from Two Dog Farms, Inc.

2. January by Hope Myers: featuring "Malu" from Treasured k9s, Inc.

3. February by Alyssa Marie Scerra: featuring "Jake and Maggie" fromTwo Dog Farms, Inc.

4. March by Jennifer Fosberg: featuring "Cocoa" from Two Dog Farms, Inc.

5. April by Qing Zhuang: featuring "Noelle" from Treasured k9s, Inc.

6. May by Janna Morton: featuring "Percy" from Two Dog Farms, Inc.

7. June by Mika J Nakano: featuring "Willow" from Two Dog Farms, Inc.

8. July by Nicole Anne Scerra: featuring "Coco and Gigi" fromTreasured k9s, Inc.

9. August by MaryElise Collier: featuring "Bandit" from Two Dog Farms, Inc.

10. September by Kat Nicole Berkley: featuring "Johnny Boy" fromTreasured k9s, Inc.

11. October by Kelly Leigh Miller: featuring "Harry and Finch" fromTwo Dog Farms, Inc.

12. November by Holly Marie Rothrock: featuring "Elkea" fromTreasured k9s, Inc.

13. December by Ariana Oh: featuring "Homer" from Treasured k9s, Inc.

Check out our new 2014 Jindo Calendar, produced in collaboration with our friends at the East Coast Jindo Rescue, Treasured k9s.
Each month features one of our rescued Jindos, or in the case of a rescued pair, it features both of them.
Two Dog Farms and Treasured k9s have 6 months each.
A group of talented artists illustrated the months from photos which served as their inspiration.

All money from the sale of these calendars goes to help more Jindos in need.
There is only a limited supply available, so hurry!
Get one for yourself, your family, your friends and colleagues...

They're priced at $15 each with shipping of $5.50.

All calendars will be shipped within 24 hours.

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We are a 501c3 organization based in Northern Nevada active in the rescue and rehoming of abandoned, surrendered, abused or neglected dogs from the Urgent and Euthanization Lists of High-Kill Shelters across the USA.

(We are located about 1 hour South of Reno by car, and about 45 minutes East of South Lake Tahoe - just down the mountain in the green valley you can see from the top!)

Our main interest is the Korean Jindo Dog, and we hope that with our knowledge and experience of this breed, we can help educate the public to understand and appreciate this ancient breed to the fullest!The vast majority of Korean Jindos appear in the shelters around Los Angeles, and Southern California, so our work tends to be concentrated in these geographical areas.

As a rescue organization, we work to pull dogs from the shelters, or receive them through private surrenders,  and then either place them in private foster homes or, if no other options are available, board them until such time as an approved forever home can be found for them. We try to place dogs in foster homes close to our base in Northern Nevada, but, with the help of our volunteers, also place dogs in foster homes closer to the location of their shelter. All dogs are neutered or spayed, and provided with medical care, which can range from basic care to surgery and care of geriatric and/or terminally ill dogs. All dogs are shown compassion and love. We also provide dogs with training if necessary to aid in their rehabilitation before adoption.

(We are federally registered as a 501c3 organization, and are registered also as a Domestic Non-Profit Corporation in the State of Nevada.

Read more "About Us" on our "Resident Jindos" page!

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