Helping death-row, abused, and neglected dogs find forever homes. We do not discriminate by breed, age or special needs. As long as we’re capable of helping out, we will never say no!
Meet Jury! Jury (known as Julie by her fosters) is a beautiful and loving Jindo mix from Korea. She, along with her litter mates, were abandoned and taken to a high-kill shelter from which she and her siblings were rescued.
Initially cautious, Jury soon warms up and becomes an affectionate, playful member of the family. She is very independent and loves attention on her terms. Soon Jury will surprise you by jumping up onto your lap, touching her piggy nose to yours and staring at you with her expressive eyes.
Although still learning dog manners (she always likes to be first), she shows no signs of resource guarding or any aggression towards people or other dogs. Jury is very food motivated, letting you know when it is time to eat with a sad stare or perhaps by sitting on her food dish. A slow-feeder food dish is highly recommended, as she gulps her food too quickly. She does NOT shed, comes crate trained, arrived 100% housebroken, and shows no signs of separation anxiety. She is mastering the commands: sit, come, no, off, and share.
Jury plays and gets along well with other dogs, including those much larger than her. Still being a puppy, she needs plenty of chew toys and she can’t get enough toys, toys, and more toys. She’ll need lots of practice walking on a leash, as she is sometimes surprised by many things we take for granted: parked cars, unfamiliar noises, unsuspecting bushes, etc.
Quite the klutz, you’ll definitely hear Jury coming when you call her name. Then she’ll stroll in with her regal, princess-like walk, war paint on her face, and a touch of dirt on her nose. She is truly royalty (or so she thinks.) We are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a dog as a member of their family. Jury is patiently waiting!
If you have extra time on your hand and would like to help please consider volunteering! Rescue groups need dedicated volunteers to help with events, fundraisers, home checks, transports, etc. All of these things help enable the rescue to expand their network and help more dogs in need.