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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Wakefield, RI, 02879
Pet name:
White / Cream
Coat length:
Chance here says hi! 
He is a sweet 5 year-old 25 lbs. Jindo mix. 

Chance was born in Korea, and was doomed at birth. He was a wrong breed and a wrong size, which was enough to send him to the local doggy penitentiary.  This horrendous, filthy, God forsaken place houses about 3000 furry prisoners: lost, dirty, unloved souls, dragging on their miserable existence.

Local volunteers are aware of this horrible place, but they cannot save most dogs: no resources, an overwhelming overpopulation of dogs, and very few people who do this work in Korea. However, Chance and a couple of other doggies got lucky, and were selected for rescue. 
With our help, he recently landed on American soil to begin his new life he so rightfuly deserves. Chance is long overdue for kind human attention, love, walks and safety.
He is very sweet and grateful! Giving kisses and loving everybody! Good  with people of all ages, including little kids, fellow dogs and cats. 

We are looking for the best family for Chance. We hope he can be loved, pampered, and  can gradually forget his horrific previous life. Only serious inquiry, please. 

Vaccinated, healthy, leash trained.
Big Little Life Animal Rescue International


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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