- Status: Adopted
- Breed: Jindo
- Age: 1 years, 1 months
- Gender: Male
- Spay/Neuter: Yes
- Size: Medium
- Weight: 14 kg (30 lbs)
- Location: Toronto
Update: Joseph has found a forever home in Toronto. Yay!
Meet Joseph. He came to Canada in October and is staying with a foster in North York, ON while he searches for his forever home.
While many young Jindos his age can sometimes be more reserved, Joseph is optimistic and full of life. He wants to greet every person, meet every dog, and smell every flower. Everything is new, exciting, and intriguing.
Like any young puppy with a lively personality, he would benefit from a home who will give him clear and consistent rules while he is settling in. He is a very sweet and well behaved boy, but at this age is still learning proper ways to direct his energy when he gets too excited. He is smart, and eager to put his best foot forward.
While Joseph loves people, he is also independent enough to stay home alone and be trusted with free reign of the space. He does not have any separation anxiety nor is destructive. That being said, he would still benefit from a family who is able to spend more time with him while he settles in so he understands the rules. Having another doggy sibling for him to mirror would be beneficial to him as well.
Joseph brings a positive energy everywhere he goes. He will be a wonderful addition to a lucky family!
- a family who understands puppy needs and behaviors
- an active family, as Joseph loves to be outside to expend his puppy energy
- a family who will be committed to providing a good training foundation for him by setting clear rules and boundaries (experience with dogs is a great!)
- a family who will continue socializing him with people and other dogs
- a family with adults only, or older teenagers (as Joseph can get very excited at times, he may accidentally knock over little ones)
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.