Would you foster a jindo for a couple of months?
We need your help urgently. My girlfriend and I rescued our jindo from a shelter here in South Korea, where we've been living and working for a couple of years. She's a five-year-old female named Whisky, weighing 20-25kg. We're planning to move to Canada in September, but we need someone in Daejeon to foster her through the summer months, while seasonal restrictions prevent us from sending her by plane.
We are leaving Korea very soon, and hoping to organise Whisky's foster home before we leave. We have already found a home for her until June, but from June until September, we need someone to take her in. We have also arranged for a friend to drive Whisky to Incheon for her flight in September (date TBD), so your only responsibility would be to care for her at your home until then.
We would, of course, cover all of her costs for food and any emergency vet. care. She is spayed, and up to date with her shots. She needs regular walks on a leash (at least 40 minutes/day). She is used to being indoors otherwise, and is very calm in our tiny apartment (doesn't bark, chew, get into garbage or anything). She's still needs discipline when it comes to other animals - she tends to chase after cats and smaller dogs. On the other hand, she is extremely friendly with new people, and loves children. She comes with a large crate, for her journey home.
Thanks for your consideration! Please respond as soon as possible.
Last edited by martmisz; 03-22-2011 at 08:16 PM.