So you’re looking to adopt an Jindo, or already have one?
According to the American Kennel Club, “The Korea Jindo Dog is a well-proportioned, medium-sized dog used for hunting and guarding. With erect ears and a rolled or sickle-shaped tail, it should be a vivid expression of agility, strength, alertness and dignity.The Jindo has a very strong instinct for hunting and is bold, brave, alert and careful, not tempted easily and impetuous. But most of all he is extremely faithful to his master. On the whole he is not fond of other animals, especially males. He also has a good sense of direction. A one-man dog, he readily accepts a new master, but never forgets his attachment towards the former master who raised him from puppyhood. He keeps himself clean and eats sparingly. Club Contact DetailsClub: Korean Jindo Association of AmericaName: Ann KimEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Loyal, watchful, and intelligent, the Jindo developed as a breed on an island off the coast of South Korea. Medium-sized and natural in appearance, they are valued as independent hunters, discerning guardians, and loyal companions.”
An Jindo typically ranges from 45.72cm to 55.88cm in height, and weighs from 13.6077711kg to 22.6796185kg.
There are a few pet insurance companies in New Zealand that offer dog insurance for Jindo breeds. Try Cove Insurance as they are currently offering a one-month free promotion. Typically Jindo insurance ranges from $30 per month to $65 – but of course this varies depending on a range of other factors such as gender.