News & Events
Pre-Order Your 2014 Calendar!
This year, we've done something completely different with our calendar! We've partnered with Two Dog Farms to produce a unique calendar representing Jindo Rescue across the U.S. Produced by Nathalie Garfinkle, the calendar features illustrations by the following talented artisits: Hope Myers, Alyssa Scerra, Jennifer Fosberg, Qing Zhuang, Janna Morton, Mika Nakano, Nicole Scerra, Elise Collier, Kat Berkley, Kelly Miller, Holly Rothrock, Ariana Oh and Kate Sterf,
The calendars are in production and we are now pre-selling calendars online! Order yours NOW so we can ship your order as soon as we receive the calendars from the printer. We expect delivery the week of Thanksgiving. If you would like to purchase in person, calendars will be available at Ambiance in Edgewater, NJ. We will publish the exact date when we know a final ship date from the printer.
Coco & Gigi Still Need a Home!
Our favorite bonded senior Jindo pair is now safe in a foster home. However, Coco and Gigi still need a forever home! These two have touched the hearts of everyone who has met them. They are sweet, loving dogs who require little more than love, food and water. They are very low maintenance and just a joy to have in your life. We believe Coco's health is starting to decline and we'd love to see him officially adopted while he lives out his remaining golden years.
Immediate Foster/Adopter Needed!
June 12 2013: Jake wandered onto the property of the Stafford SPCA in VA along with his buddy Ellwood. They have been at the SPCA for a couple of months now. Both male Jindos are estimated to be about 1.5 years old. Ellwood is friendly and doing well in the shelter environment but Jake is a bit more timid and tends to take longer to trust people. He's started to show signs of kennel stress and needs to get out soon. If you can foster or adopt Jake, please submit a foster home or adoption application. Questions? Email email@example.com
Treasured k9s, Inc. is an all volunteer non-profit organization whose mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, re-home and reduce the number of homeless Korean Jindo dogs in the United States and other canine breeds when possible, by utilizing all training methods including dog psychology, pack mentality and positive reinforcement to reduce behavioral problems thus, increasing adoptions and owner-retention rates.