Shiloh the Jindo mix

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Shiloh is home! His forever home that is. Shiloh came a long way to find his forever family. He came into a shelter in S. Korea with a horrible and heart breaking condition. After making a remarkable recovery, he flew to California to find his furever home. This trooper is so happy at his new home and is already helping his mom in the kitchen ( well he practiced his cooking assistant skills at his foster home 😊😊) Shiloh is now called Chunsa ( meaning Angel in Korean) and will live happily ever after with his mom, Lily.

We are so happy for Chunsa and Lily and wish them many many happy years together ❤️

I am already neutered, housetrained, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.

Shiloh's Story...

Weight: 20.3 lbs Age: 11 months Personality: He is affectionate, playful and a really sweet dog. You will fall in love with this baby! His foster family has two young boys, 2 dogs, 2 cats and mom and dad. He is thriving now and gets all long with all of the family members. Shiloh is little afraid of men at first, but if you are slow and allow him to come to you, he warms up quickly. He can be a little hand shy at first. Coat: His coat is very soft with medium length. So far he really doesn't shed. This may change as he matures.

Training: His foster mom has taught him to sit and lay down. He is very close to learning to shake on command! He walks on a leash well without pulling. He walks by men fine and sticks close-by, but isn't confident yet. Shiloh is very quick to learn, so it's just a matter of reinforcing and socializing! Potty trained: Yes. He is learning to potty while on a leash, which is new for him, but he uses potty pads quite well. Health: Excellent health. When he was originally rescued from the shelter as a baby, his stomach was sticking out through his anus. He had to have surgery to treat the infection, which is why he does not have a tail. He's fully recovered now with absolutely no side effects from the surgery. History: Rescued from a high kill shelter in Korea. Mixed breed dogs have a very hard time getting adopted there, so we brought him here to find the loving family he so richly deserves.

Fostered in: San Pedro Type of home: Experienced owner who will continue Shiloh's training and socialization. Single person or family, with or without other animals would be ok. Crate trained: yes, but a little fearful when trapped in a crate, so it's important to let him walk in and walk out on his own and not push him in or out of the crate. Sleeps in the crate, but I'm sure he'd love to sleep in bed with you instead.

Good with Dogs: yes - plays well and has good doggie manners Good with Kids: yes - foster family has a 3 and a 4 year old Good with Cats: yes - loves them actually!

Adoption fee (non-refundable): $300

All dogs are fully vetted, tested for heartworm, microchipped, and up to date with vaccinations.

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AdoptedJoseph Choe