Spring – ADOPTED
Name: Spring
Age: 2.5 years old (As of 12/15/2019)
Gender: Female
Breed: Jindo mix
Weight: 33-35lbs.
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: N/A
Kids: N/A
Housebroken: No
Crate trained: Good in crate
Leash: Good on leash
Brief Bio:

Meet Spring! Spring was abused as a puppy and her rescuer saved her and brought her in a private shelter in Jeju Island. Ever since she’s then she’s been living at the shelter. Although there hasn’t been much interaction with humans, it’s amazing how she is so sweet with everyone she meets. She hasn’t been outside of the shelter much, but she was very good on leash. She is sweet, calm and a social girl. She’d fit in any types of family and hopefully she can find a home who can give her full attention which she hasn’t experienced yet. We are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a puppy. Spring is patiently waiting!


"Maple's a really sweet and easy going girl. She's excellent on walks; right along my side most of the time. Very curious and observant with people and passing cars. Loves to smell our neighbors gardens and different foliage. No bathroom accidents inside the house! Though she loves the shag rug and will roll around there after walks. Anna has already taught her to sit and wait before meals. Now she does it without command. Very smart.
We discovered that she can jump 4' high with ease.... Our doggy gate was no match but since she's such a well behaved girl we put the gate away and let her roam most of the house. She's also been excellent at home by herself. We have nest cameras set up and monitor constantly. She's so we'll behaved we stopped using the crate after 1 day.
Since we've met, she has barked only once! And that was on the first day when we bought her home and she stepped out to find my tortoise walking towards her. The moving rock kinda freaked her out. Now she just sniffs him when he walks by. Hopefully I can train her to find him in our backyard every evening.
Slowly transitioning to dry food, but not her preference as she picks around it for the chicken and rice instead. We'll take it easy so her stomach can adjust. Veterinarian said she's healthy and well. Currently, she's laying next to me by the fire enjoying a mellow Friday night."

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