They say “what a difference a year can make” but sometimes you just don’t realize how true that can be.
I’ve always grown up with dogs, and my husband Omas and I agreed that we would get a dog once we were ready. As a couple who didn’t want to have kids, we knew that a dog would complete our little family.
On September 16, 2017 (day of our 39th wedding anniversary), we had to put Neo to sleep due to cancer. She was a Jindo, that we had adopted through the Toronto Humane Society.
In December of 2017, I had the opportunity to volunteer as a flight courier for two dogs, Tongki and Barny, who found their forever homes through Free Korean Dogs. I write my experience in the hopes that more people volunteer for this wonderful organization.
Chungsol Shelter, located in a remote area of South Korea, is the home to 93 dogs and cats, not all Dalmations. The 93 plus 1 dogs come from all walks of life and live with a Buddhist Nun, Chungsol. Each dog escaped its horrible fate from the dog meat trade, high kill shelter or abusive …Read More about The Shoe of Life
Chook-bok was rescued from the streets last June, in Paju Korea. She was found on the streets bleeding; she was hit by a car and dumped.
Terrissa Jing Shang and Alexis Longo in NYC adopted the 2.5year old Korean Jindo dog, Getty (TT) about 4 weeks ago. Terrissa shares a few stories of what she has learned after adopting Getty. Here is Part 3.
Terrissa Jing Shang and Alexis Longo in NYC adopted the 2.5year old Korean Jindo dog, Getty (TT) about 3 weeks ago. Terrissa shares a few stories of what she has learned after adopting Getty. Here is Part 2.
Gucci is a Dosa Mastiff “meat dog” rescued from the Korean dog meat trade. She now has a forever loving home outside of Toronto, Canada.
The beautiful Korean rescue dogs are coming to Toronto next week and we’re going to have an adoption event at Wooftown, Toronto.
Estefi and Meijun adopted their beloved Guillermo from Free Korean Dogs on February 03, 2017.
18 months ago, I had never heard of the Korean Jindo dog breed….now I am a devotee! My partner and I share our home and lives with not one Jindo, but two – Beatrix and Harriet.