No one said it would be easy, they only said it would be worth it.
Meet Juki! 🐶 Juki is an adorable 7 months old jindo mix. Poor girl was found tied to a pole and abandoned. She’s a very sweet girl, but is shy at first. She opens up overtime especially with treats, but loud noises and sudden movements still spooks her. Juki absolutely loves other dogs and opens up a lot faster around other pups. She loves to play! We are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a puppy. She is patiently waiting! ❤️
Juki is currently located in Dublin, CA. If you’re interested, please fill out an application on our website! 😊
"Hi Melody!Juki is doing great!!The first few days we took her home, she found refuge under our couch and stayed there for a day or so. Walks in the beginning were terrifying for her as we live on a busy street with all sorts of truck noises (she especially hates the garbage trucks), but we’ve been taking her out often to get her used to the sounds of the city. Every day gets a little better! We’ve also learned she loves hiking (probably because it’s quiet and peaceful, haha).Once she’s inside, she’s just the biggest bundle of joy. Coming home after a walk is always followed by play time with her furry big brother. She would crouch and play pose, then wiggle her little curly Q tail until he chases her. He’s formed a habit where he likes to nibble at her thigh and she just lets him. If he stops, she’ll play pose again. It’s the weirdest thing! When they both get tired, they will both lay on the floor next to each other and eventually take a nap.Even though it’s only been a few weeks, we feel like she’s been with us for years. We can’t see our family without her and her quirks in it. I’m hoping with time we can beat her anxiety with loud noises and new places, but the future is looking promising.Here are some photos of her and her brother together!Thank you so much for matching her with us! -Gelene"Follow Toka on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/montytoka/
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.