THANK YOU for finding us and interest in our rescued dog. Because Hay is an international rescue through South Korea. You will have to meet your dog(s) and pick your dog(s) up from the airport.
International airport for picking up dogs:
Hay is shy to people and dogs she hasn’t met before. She is cautious at first and after some time, she becomes friendly to all of them.
She and Shallot (another female Jindo) have become great friends and they share their favorite toys with each other. Because Hay has no problem with her toy taken away by other dogs, sometimes hay thinks it’s no problem to take what belongs to other dogs. She is not aware that it can be rude. So if the other dog is very obsessive and sensitive, it is recommended to remove all treats and toys at first.
Has met stray cats outside and wanted to go closer. The foster said no and commended him to sit and stay and Hay stayed well. Hay passes by well stray cats when the foster tells her to not pay attention. She once sniffed a friendly cat’s butt.
She drools in the car but she’s definitely getting better. She now gets in the car by herself. She still drools a bit but gets calm faster and faster each ride.
She is both outdoor and indoor potty trained. She uses the front yard and walking tome for outdoor potty time. She sometimes uses indoor pads if she really has to pee.
No separation anxiety.
She is a curious dog and may pull when you take her to a new place. She is on leash training. The foster takes her to crowded places with cars and other dogs and trains her to stay and wait on the street.
1. Chicken gives her tear marks.
2. She likes to play fetch with people. When you throw a toy, she runs and brings it back to you. Usually, she puts it down but if she doesn’t she will let it go once you tell her to leave it.
3. She likes to eat and is food motivated, which makes training easier.
4. She also pays attention to you by looking at your eyes when you teach her something.
Hay and Alto are siblings and Shallot was a different puppy that was tied next to them.
The mother of Hay and Alto was tied outside in chain. The owner previously has tied other dogs outside in his other fields and was not punished when the neighbors reported him to the police. (It is illegal but it’s just in words and no one has received any sentence for abusing animals)
The mother dog gave birth to 4 puppies on rock and because she was tied, she couldn’t breastfeed the puppies. The puppies were fed food waste and water was very scarce. We convinced the owner that he shouldn’t keep his dogs like this and received disown agreement.
The dogs went to the fosters and thankfully, all of them was adopted except Hay, alto and Shallot.
Shallot was tied right next to Hay and Alto. Her ear was torn but was not getting any treatment. She was also eating food waste.
The owner at first refused to give up Shallot, too, but as she got bigger the owner soon agreed to disown Shallot.
If you are interested in this sweet girl, please fill out the adoption form on our website here https://lifeofhopefoundation.org/adoption-application/