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Surrendering a Jindo

Below Are A Few Tips To Help You Re-Home Your Jindo:

  1. Give yourself time to re-home your Jindo. It can often take weeks or even months to find a new home.
  2. Increase your Jindo’s adoptability. Make sure it’s spayed/neutered, groomed, and up-to-date on its vaccinations.
  3. Market your pet! Create an attention grabbing pet profile that you can copy/paste on multiple platforms.
  4. Tell your friends, family and co-workers. Ask them to spread the word! You never know who may be looking for a new companion.
  5. Promote your pet online. Post your pet profile on as many rehoming sites as possible. Here are just a few to get your started:
    Use caution when considering unknown individuals or families as your pet’s new owners. Hold the initial meeting in a public place and ask questions to screen potential adopters. Share your expectations for your pet’s new home and require an adoption fee to deter dishonest individuals. When you find a family that meets your and your pet’s needs, ask for identification and contact information to follow up on how your pet is doing in its new home.
  6. Check with local rescue groups. You can find most of these groups online through a web search or on Facebook.

Finding Pet Friendly Housing

Renting successfully with pets

Do you have pet allergies?

How we can help if you really do need to surrender a Jindo

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Crates and confinement supplies

Crates and Confinement Supplies

ZenHaus CrateIf you’re worried about the impact a dog crate will have on your decor or if your space is limited, this gorgeous modern crate doubles as an end table! Available in multiple colors and sizes. ProSelect Heavy Duty CrateIf your dog is an escape artist or a crate-destroyer, this heavy-duty crate (described by the manufacturer as “virtually indestructible”!) is a good option for containing powerful or destructive dogs. Impact Case Collapsible Heavy Duty Crate If you need a portable crate for your strong, destructive or escape artist dog, this collapsible heavy-duty aluminum crate is a rock-solid choice. It’s approved for airline travel, too!
Petmate Ultra Vari Kennel CrateThese sturdy Vari-Kennel plastic crates are ideal for dogs that like a cozy place to hang out. You can use them for travel, too, so they’re perfect for pups who want to join you when you go on vacation! Noz2Noz Soft CrateSoft crates are a convenient, portable option for keeping your pup cozy when you’re away, but you may want to go with a sturdier option for destructive dogs or Houdini hounds! Wicker CrateThese wicker crates are a great choice if you want something attractive but reasonably priced. They’re great for non-destructive dogs, but be warned – chewers might find the wicker irresistible!
Midwest Life Stages CrateThis all-purpose crate is an especially practical choice for young puppies, since it comes with a divider that allows you to expand the crate as your puppy grows so it’s always just the right size. Wire Crate with Wood FrameThis crate is a perfect option if you want an attractive crate but have a pup that may have accidents or nibble on an all-wood crate. It’s easy to clean and there are wire panels between your pup and the finished wood frame. TownHaus Wood CrateThese gorgeous finished wood crates will keep your house from looking like a kennel; they look more like a nice piece of furniture than a dog crate! Available in multiple finishes and sizes.
Snoozers Crate CoverMany pups are calmer in the crate when it’s covered – and a cover will make your crate look a whole lot better! Snoozer crate covers come in multiple colors and sizes to fit your crate and match your decor. Deluxe Crate PadAvailable in several sizes, these crate pads are perfect for keeping your dog comfy in the crate. And you can wash the whole thing, which helps to prevent SDBS (Stinky Dog Bed Syndrome)! Dog Water BottleIf your dog needs to have water in the crate but might be prone to spilling or splashing in a bowl, this dog water bottle will keep your dog hydrated and the crate dry!
Crate Water BowlIf your dog needs to have water in the crate, try these stainless steel water bowls that attach securely to the inside of the crate door. They come in multiple sizes so you’ll be able to find one that’s perfect for your pup! Exercise Pen w/ Walk-Through GateThis exercise pen has a walk-through gate and comes in several heights (if your dog’s a climber, get a tall one!). Can be used in multiple configurations as a pen or room divider, or be connected to a second pen to create a large play area Indoor Barrier SystemThis indoor barrier system is great for keeping your dog out of forbidden areas, but I recommend you use it only for areas that will be permanently forbidden, not for areas you’ll allow him in once he’s trained. A puppy gate is a better option to temporarily keep him out.
Outdoor Dog RunThis dog run is a safe outdoor hangout for dogs who don’t have fenced yards or who aren’t ready to have unsupervised access to the whole yard. Remember to be sure your dog has some shade and a water bowl! Deco Walk-Through GateThis attractive bronze-finish gate can be opened with one hand and closes automatically after you walk through. Adjustable to fit a wide range of doorways. Hands-Free Puppy GateThis self-closing walk-through gate opens with a foot pedal, so it offers totally hands-free operation – a big help when you’ve got your hands full with your new puppy!
Freestanding Walk-Through Puppy GateThis sturdy freestanding gate is perfect for wider doorways. It has a walk-through gate, so you won’t need to hurdle the thing every time you enter or exit! Dog Tie-OutIf you don’t have a fenced yard or outdoor dog run, this overhead dog tie-out will allow your dog to have some safe free time outdoors! If it’s hot or if your dog will be outside for an extended period, be sure the tie-out is positioned so there’s some shade and access to a water bowl.


Bark Deterrents

Though in reality this is not something we have to deal with often with purebred Jindos, we have had (and will continue to) many mixed Jindo breeds in our rescue that have demonstrated some ‘nuisance barking’, that may not have responded to traditional methods of control.
We have found good success with spray bark collars (which use a small spray of liquid from the collar when the dog barks):

Spray Bark Collar


Sometimes a muzzle is useful to have on hand as many dogs can feel nervous if you are bathing them, and if you are taking them to the vet. Practise playing with the muzzle at home by hanging it around the dogs neck and making a game of it; when it is on, offer them a treat so they understand they can still eat normally.

Soft Fabric Muzzles


Dog Bells

We recommend placing Hunting Dog Bells and LED Lights on your dog’s collar if they are ever off leash (and particularly at night if off leash, even in your own garden).

Boomerang Pet Tags

Boomerang Tags are the sturdiest, thickest, most deeply engraved identification tags you can find.  Having your tags on your pets will put your mind at ease.

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