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Dog Breed: Korean Jindo Dog
The Korean Jindo Dog is a medium sized breed used for hunting, the breed are extremely loyal and courageous.
Arrived in the US when brought over by South Korean expatriates in the early 1980’s.
The breed is very independent minded and strong willed.
Temperament: Bold, Loyal, Faithful, Brave, Active and Intelligent.
Height: Male: 50–55 cm, Female: 45–50 cm.
Weight: Male: 18–23 kg, Female: 15–19 kg.
Colors: Black, White, Grey, Red Fawn, Brindle, Black and Tan.
Korean Jindo Dog Facts: Personality.
The Jindo is used for hunting.
It is not unusual for the breed to bring down the prey then go back to the owner and lead them back to the kill.
Due to its courageous nature the breed have become the most popular dog breed in Korea.
Korean Jindo Dog Facts: Training and Exercise.
The Jindo is a very intelligent dog breed and a very active dog breed.
They need firm handling but also tenderness during training along with consistency.
Once an owner sets the rules they must stick to them!
It needs walked a minimum of twice each day, each being no less than 45 minutes per walk.
They need to be socialized early and it needs to include people, other small pets and children.
They must walk to the heel command and not allowed to lead in front when out walking.
This breed comes with a strong prey drive, it is highly recommended that they are not walked off leash.
Games like tug of war are not recommended unless the owner guarantees they will win!
The fetch command can be difficult when it comes to Jindo’s they are not the best but they can be taught.
They will try hard to get things their own way. (Very hard)
Korean Jindo Dog Facts: Family Pet.
The breed enjoy roaming there territory so it would be recommended that they have plenty of space to do so.
The breed are extremely protective of their human family and their territory.
The breed can be naturally very dominant
Jindo’s are not recommended for first time or inexperienced owners.
A typical Jino will be friendly with all family members and reserved when it comes to strangers.
A Jindo may attempt to fight with another dog even when on the leash, in most cases this is down to dominance.
Korean Jindo Dog Facts: Other pets.
Due to the breeds strong prey drive they are not recommended around small pets.
Korean Jindo Dog Facts: Watchdog.
The Jindo a very good choice as a watchdog and will guard family and property to the end.
Korean Jindo Dog Quirky Facts: The Jindo is protected by Korean law as a national monument
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