The Korean Jindo is a breed of hunting dog that originated on Jindo Island in South Korea. Brought to the United States with South Korean immigrants, it is celebrated in its native land for its strong loyalty and bravery.
Care and Health
Jindos requires minimum grooming and are naturally clean dogs. They do not need bathing regularly as they have self-cleaning coats. In hot seasons brushing twice will help to remove the dead coats as they shed slowly in warm weather. Health Problems. Korean Jindo is a healthy breed and does not have serious genetic problems.
Fun Facts About Korean Jindos Korea has a total of 319 National Treasures. These treasures range from historical structures and artifacts to institutions and iconic Korean citizens. South Korea designated the Korean Jindo dog as National Treasure number 53 in 1962.
Hunting, police and military dogs,
Loyal, gentle, social
Size medium, medium Fur,