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Rover and his sibling were rescued from the streets of a small village in Paju, Korea last winter. After being sent to a city pound, he was fortunately saved from being euthanized and has been living with a loving foster family ever since.
Rover may be shy around new people at first, but don’t let that fool you – he is actually a very sweet and affectionate dog once he has had the chance to warm up to his humans. Going on walks is one of his favorite activities, and he gets just as excited about meeting and playing with other dogs he comes across along the way. Although he may be a bit hesitant around strangers on the streets, Rover is generally a friendly and sociable pup who loves making new friends.
Rover is ok with bathing, car riding, and trimming nails and so far has not shown separation anxiety.
He would thrive in a home where his new owner either works from home or is retired and resides in a tranquil and calm neighborhood. If there is already a furry sibling for him to play with, that would be the cherry on top. With proper care, affection, and patience, Rover has the potential to become an exceptionally devoted and affectionate companion to his new adopter.
Rover is available for adoption. The fee to adopt Rover is $780.