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Name Rorang
Gender Female
Age 7 months old
Breed Jindo mix
Weight 26lbs.
Dog Friendly, can be shy at first with high energy bigger dogs
Cat N/A
Kids N/A
Crate-trained Good in crate
Housebroken Yes
Leash Goos, but should continue with training
Behavioral A little bit of separation anxiety at first, already greatly improved
Barker Will alert bark when someone is outside the door
Adoption fee $650
Location Fostered in San Francisco, CA
Additional Note Korea International program

Rorang is the sweetest girl! She loves going on walks and exploring, and at home likes to chew toys or settle down and snooze while her humans are working. She loves being close to her humans and will come to the room her humans are in, lying down close to their feet or next to them on the couch. Rorang was a bit scared of the city sounds when she first arrived, but in just a day she was eagerly exploring the neighborhood! Her foster think she’ll adjust well to new environments.

She’s quite food motivated and a quick learner, and has already learned sit, down, paw, and wait! She also loves chew toys and staring out the window at everything happening outside. Because she likes to chew, she might explore something in the home to chew at first, but quickly learns what not to chew when her humans redirect and tell her.

She is learning to turn attention to her fosters on walks when they say “on me” and will do well with more training to be aware of the leash on walks. She still has puppy energy and loves to chase things, so her foster home keeps an eye on her on walks so she doesn’t run into traffic chasing a leaf. She is friendly with other dogs and loves to play chase, and is still learning to be more comfortable with dogs bigger than her – she has already made great improvement here!

Rorang gets some car sickness and was a little afraid of the car at first, but her fosters have been taking her on short car rides to cool places like the beach to show her how the car can take her to fun places! She has begun to jump into the car herself and to enjoy sniffing out open windows, and we hope her future humans will work with her more to adjust to car rides.

Rorang doesn’t bark much, but she will bark to alert her humans when someone is outside the door. She doesn’t bark excessively, and showing her that things are okay calms her down.

Rorang will do well in a home where she can get a couple short walks or a longer walk a day and some chew toys, ball chasing, or tugging playtime at home. She’ll be tuckered out by the end of the day and snoozing all evening 🙂 We are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a puppy. Rorang is patiently waiting!