Does a Korean Dog Deserve a Shot at the American Dream?
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Y u no recognize Jindo, Westminster Kennel Club?!?!
Jindos are historical:
For thousands of years, they roamed feral on uninhabited Jindo Island, located off the southwest coast of Korea. But they’re known for their problem-solving skills, fierce loyalty to their owners, and overall toughness. (As my grandfather likes to say, “They can even eat rock.”) In South Korea, the Jindo is a beloved national treasure. It ranks 53rd on the country’s list of “natural monuments,” just ahead of a Confucian Shrine’s 400 year-old gingko tree. During the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Jindos marched in the opening ceremony.
I thought Jindos were the food breed.
No, they're too cute and obedient to eat. There's a lesson in there somewhere.