Named after the Korean island of Jindo, the breed was declared a National Treasure in 1938. As such, it was spared in the massacre of dogs by the Japanese during the Second World War.
Those who are not looking for a police dog. The LAPD tried to train Jindos for law enforcemnet but found they were easily distracted and too eager to please their masters.
People whose gardens have low fences. Jindos are quite the jumpers due to their strong hind legs so any barriers would need to be at least six feet high.
Korea, Republic of
A bit smaller than a Labrador.
Medium (About an hour)
Doesn't have to be a solid hour, you can give them lots of short walks.
There she blows. Dense undercoat that could stuff a mattress when you start combing it out.
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