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Rami – Adoption Pending
Name: Lami
Age: 11 months old (As of 7/23/2020)
Gender: Male
Breed: Jindo mix
Weight: 30-35lbs
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: N/A
Kids: Good with kids
Housebroken: No
Crate trained: In training
Leash: In training
Brief Bio:
Meet Rami! Last year a kind samaritan and her family in South Korea found a stray Jindo and decided to feed her food. One day, they noticed that she was pregnant. They took great care of her and made sure she got enough nutrients for herself and her babies. They named her Malang. In the summer, Malang delivered 7 pups at an empty construction spot. Malang took care of her pups very well. However, as pups grow, they became more active and started to run outside of their safe place. Her family continued to bring food for her until one day a construction manager blocked her family’s access, so she contacted for a rescue and foster home to rescue Malang and her pups. 
 
Under their foster’s protection, the pups were able to grow up in a safe environment. They learned how to get along with other dogs and became more sociable. Also, they can be properly vaccinated. However, it was very difficult to find families to adopt them in Korea. Many do not prefer dogs of mixed breed or dark coats. All the puppies except for Rami and Tani were adopted to families in Canada and USA. The rescuer and her family adopted Malang, now it’s time for Rami to find his forever home!
 
Rami and his brother Tani grew up in a dog cafe, so they are use to meeting many new people daily. Rami is a curious boy who is very friendly to humans and other dogs. Rami loves to give kiss attacks whenever any eye contact is made. He expresses his affections through licking faces, even to other dogs! He is great with other dogs and will approach any dogs of all sizes to play. He is on the submissive side and will always submit to dogs who are dominant. This curious guy loves to explore new places! He adapts to new environments very fast.He is a smart guy and learned to sit and wait very quickly. 
 
We are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a dog as a member of the family. Rami is patiently waiting!
 
 
 

How to help?

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