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Northern Breed Dogs: Jindo kae

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Korean Jindo Dog The Jindo, or Jindo kae, is a medium-sized, double-coated spitz-type dog from the Island of Jindo, Korea. They come in six colours: white, red, fawn, gray, black-and-tan, and brindle. Their eyes are almond or round in shape, and should be brown, with a dark reddish-brown being the preferred colour. They should be 19½ to 21 inches high (48-53 cm) for males and 18½ to 20 inches (45-50 cm) for females. Their weight should be 40-60 pounds (18-27 kilos) for males, 35-55 pounds (16-25 kilos) for females. The Jindo dog is designated and protected as a Natural Monument in Korea to honour its historic significance.

Korean Jindo Dog
Breed information from Wikipedia.

Jindo Dog Breed Standard
A Word doc by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI), the World Canine Organisation.

Jin-Sohl Jindo Dog Rescue
The JJDR is an organization dedicated to educating the public about Jindo dogs, to providing support and guidance to Jindo owners, and to rescuing Jindos from Southern California shelters when possible.

Jindo Dog
Information about the breed's designation as a Natural Monument in Korea.