- Status: Available
- Breed: Jindo mix
- Age: 1 years, 8 months
- Gender: Male
- Spay/Neuter: Yes
- Size: Medium
- Weight: 17 kg (37 lbs)
- Location: Korea
- Destination: Unknown
* NOTE: Due to recent flight/travel restrictions resulting from Covid-19, it will take longer for your adopted dogs to get to you. Please only submit an application if you are able to wait until a flight volunteer can be secured. Please note we currently do not have a definitive timeline.
Our regular method of transporting dogs using flight volunteers has drastically decreased due to current flight/travel restrictions. An alternative, quicker option of flying via cargo can be made available, although at a greater financial cost. The cost can range from $1,000 CAD to $4,500 CAD depending on the size and weight of the dog, airline, and destination city. Dogs traveling via cargo will be able to arrive sooner as they are not dependent on travelers to bring them.
Cobean was found in January, 2020 in a small village near Paju. Since then he has been living in a shelter with other dogs. In march, Cobean had a patellar luxation surgery, but he is recovering very well.
Cobean is a very sweet and friendly boy; he gets along well with other dogs and is also very affectionate to people. Cobean is happy and playful in a place that he knows, but gets nervous in unfamiliar situations or surroundings.
Cobean is good in the car and loves being brushed and petted. He doesn’t like to take a bath but is patient.
His ideal adopter would live in a calm and quiet house (no condo or apt, please) with a secure fenced yard in a quiet suburban or rural neighborhood. He would need an experienced person/people with patience to allow him to settle in at his own pace while he embarks on his new journey out in the world. Having another friendly and balanced dog to mirror, although not required, would be great.
DHPPL, Canine Influenza, Kennel Cough, Rabies, Corona, Heartworm test, Giardia test, Flea & tick & heartworm prevention are all done.
Disclaimer: Free Korean Dogs cannot guarantee the temperament of our animals, as temperament is often an effect of environment and circumstance.