How much does a Jindo puppy cost?

How much does a Jindo puppy cost?

Korean Jindo

The Jindo at a Glance
Average annual expenses $980 a year as a starting figure
Cost to purchase $2,000
Rescue organizations Save Korean Dogs, Korean Jindo Dog Rescue, Rescue Korea, also check local rescues and shelters
Biting Statistics None reported

Are Jindo rare?

The Korean Jindo is a very rare breed. Some adult Korean Jindos or Jindo mixes might find their way into rescue, but usually, people who want a Korean Jindo must look for a reputable breeder for a puppy.

Are Jindos obedient?

Once a Jindo respects the human as the pack leader, the Jindo is very obedient and easy to train using positive reinforcement. Is An Escape Artist: Jindos have a strong instinct to expand their territory by roaming and exploring and can easily escape by climbing fences and digging under gates.

How smart are Jindo dogs?

The Jindo is a very serious hunting dog renowned for his loyalty to his owner and family. He is an extremely intelligent and independent dog with great problem-solving skills and the ability to think for himself. Jindos have a calm, confident, thoughtful nature, never fearful or aggressive without reason.

How do I get a Jindo?

The easiest way to adopt a Jindo would be through a rescue that specializes in Jindos. A great place to start would be by starting a breed search on The search will show you all the available Jindos in your area.

Are there any Jindo dogs in the United States?

The Jindo breed did not appear in the United States until the 1980’s and is considered to be uncommon in North America, since the Korean government restricts their exportation. The Jindo breed is a Spitz-type dog of medium size. This breed is independent, cautious, and is an ideal hunter.

Can a Korean Jindo Dog take food from a non owner?

The Korean Jindo is a very loyal breed of dog that is known to not take food from its non-owners. If the dog is socialized well with the people that will be taking care of the dog, or if the dog goes to the kennel a couple times before the owners leaves for the extended period of time’ then the dog should be fine.

What should I expect to pay for a Jindo puppy?

You should expect to pay a premium for a puppy with breeding rights or even for a puppy advertised as show quality with papers. You should budget anywhere from $2,500 upwards to $2,500 or even more for a Jindo with top breed lines and a superior pedigree. The average cost for all Jindos sold is $1,300.

Can a Jindo Dog live in an apartment?

The Jindo is not recommended for apartment dwelling. They require a highly secured fenced yard to release their energy. This breed thrives on playing with family, but tug-of-war play is highly cautioned against. The Jindo will benefit from daily walks provided they are securely leashed and muzzled if in a public setting.