Success Stories

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!


Name Nancy
Gender Female
Age 2 years old
Breed Jindo mix
Weight ~40lbs.
Dog Best as only dog
Cat N/A
Kids N/A
Crate-trained In Training
Housebroken Yes
Leash Good on leash
Behavioral She was initially unfamiliar with stairs and elevators. Her response to foreign situations was to stand still. With coaxing she overcame these issues after a couple days.
Barker No
Location Fostered in Dublin, CA
Additional Note Korea International program
Meet Nancy! Nancy is an adorable 2 year old Jindo mix. She was rescued from the dog meat farm/slaughter house. A wildfire tore through the mountain where the illegal meat farm was at. The owner took off and left the dogs trapped in their cages. Many did not survive the fire but some did, she and her puppies were lucky to be part of the 30 or so that survived.
Nancy settles in quickly. Despite her rough life, she trusts people after only a day or so and is very loving. She’s sweet, quiet, and polite. Her tail is always in the air, wagging slowly. She’s a low energy dog who mostly wants to spend time with her people curled up at their feet or pressed up against their legs. She hasn’t had any accidents since the first night in her foster home and sleeps through the night in her dog bed without a problem. Nancy is still working on getting used to the crate, but doesn’t have destructive tendencies as long as she is not fenced away. When she is alone, she will lounge on the couch and sleep.
Nancy can be selective with dogs and is still learning how to be a dog herself. She doesn’t seem to like smaller dogs (25lb.s and under) and will be best in a home without another pet. Nancy is very gentle and sweet with people. She would be a great companion to anyone looking for a chill and cuddly dog. We are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a dog as a member of their family. Nancy is patiently waiting!