Julie from Korea   

In shelter Dog

Seattle, King County, Washington, Uni...
Jindo, Mixed
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Julie from Korea
Click the button to download the adoption application. The application is a form-fillable pdf. Fill out the form, save it to your hard drive, then email back to sian@gingerspetrescue.org My name is Julie I am from Korea and I am a wonderful approx 6months  old female jindo/mix puppy  I am approx 22lbs  and so excited to find my new forever home.  I am a very happy, affectionate, and friendly puppy who was saved from the Korean Dog Meat Farm by local activists . I was found hiding in back of the crate with other puppies scared our turn had come  to be killed  we were so afraid to come out of the cages .. I had seen so many die and heard the screams of many dogs .  Korea kills estimated 1-2 million dogs a year to be eaten.  I am so lucky to get a one-way ticket to Seattle to find my new family. Take me on car rides, walks in the park, and I will become your best friend.  I get along well with people of all ages, and other dogs.  I will do best with a loving family that can give me lots of exercise love, and affection!  I am super smart . On all overseas adoption, we highly recommend our pet rescue dog trainer who will come to your home and help train your new pup for only $75.  My adoption fee of $1395 will cover my spay/neuter, DA2PP shots, Rabies, Bordetella, Deworm, Heart Worm Test, Microchip, Boarding Fees, Health Certificate and airline transport cost from Korea to Seattle. The adoption fee is firm and helps save the life of another dog needing rescue . Donations are always appreciated to help pay down our vet bills at Greenwood Vet.  Ginger's Pet Rescue is a non-profit 501C-3 organization. Please e-mail for an adoption


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