3 Special Dogs need homes
Alex is ready for a home
Alex is a stunning 1 yr old Jindo Mix who came from the streets of South Korea. Alex had a rough start in life but has been in rehabilitation for several months now and the hard work is paying off. Alex has been transformed from a scared, insecure puppy who didn't trust humans to a playful, happy, loving boy who thinks he's a lap dog. Alex is available for adoption and would do best in an adult only home with another playful dog. If you're interested in adopting Alex, please submit an adoption application.
Lollipop needs a special home
Petite little Lollipop has a name a sweet as sugar, but don't let that fool you. She's a spunky, bossy, full of attitude female Jindo who will gladly push around the other dogs in the house and charm the humans. Her name should have been Pushy Pop. Amazingly enough, the other dogs seem to go along with her leadership. You can't help but love her personality. Cute as can be and she knows it! Lollipop is a social girl who loves every human she meets. Curious and always ready to explore, yet she falls sound asleep in the car.
Lollipop has undergone extensive treatment for her skin allergies and we're happy to report that she's improved significantly! She's almost allergy free for the first time in her life! If you're interested in giving this adorable girl a forever home, please submit an adoption application.
Handsome Copper needs a home
Copper is a stunningly handsome and muscular 2 year-old male Korean Jindo Dog. Copper was found roaming the city streets without tags or a chip, and was never claimed by an owner. Copper is very obedient on leash and can probably be trained to hike off-leash in due time. Copper is an escape artist and even managed to escape from the shelter play yard, only to be caught and returned. He is a smart boy who listens to commands for sit, stay, down, and roll over. Like many Jindos, he can be pushy when meeting new dogs but if introduced slowly he does well. He defers to dominant female dogs in their space. We feel that Copper would do best in a home with more than one adult or another dog (preferably female) to keep him becoming over attached, as he did display severe separation anxiety while he was in a temporary home with a single person. Copper is currently boarding with a trainer to work on his separation anxiety and social skills. Copper is unsure of strangers and it takes time for him to build trust. His new home would need to understand this and be willing to work patiently on his training.
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.