Jindo Rescue Information: The Jindo is a willful, independent dog similar to an Akita. Jindos are best for experienced, dominant owners. Jindos are extremely loyal dogs. Jindos are protective of their families and have strong territorial instincts. Jindos are rather reserved but will show affection to their close family members. Jindos need extensive early socialization with children. This breed is a hunter and is not a good match for homes where small animals are kept as pets. A Jindo can live in an apartment with enough exercise.
Jindo Trivia: The Jindo traces its origin to the Jindo island in Korea. Some Jindos can climb eight foot walls. Jindos clean themselves like cats. Jindos are the most popular dogs in Korea and are allowed to roam free in the streets. Do not attempt to play tug of war with a Jindo!