The Jindo is a medium, double one covered dog with type spitz, with punctures ears. The body is or square or lightly more long than high. It has been divided into two types of the body: Tonggol or Gyupgae and Hudu or Heutgae. The previous one is very muscular and shorter in the body, with a retainer chest depth to the a-half the height in the wilted one and a shorter back, while the last one is more slender with something except the depth of chest and a slightly longer back, having as a result of a height to the proportion of the length of 10:11. Typically, Jindo dog training is easy to perform the wrongs are larger with heads and heavier females has more characteristics of fox-as. These two types are mixed gradually in a third type called Gakgol, that retains the length of the body of the style of Hudu and the depth of chest of the style of Tonggol. "The topline inclines very slightly downward of sharp wilted to a strong back with a contempt but with the definite arch on the back, that mixes in a rump lightly inclined. The ribs are jumped moderately out of the thorn number, then curved to form toward inside and downward a body that would be almost oval if seen in the cross-section. The back is muscular but narrower than the cage of rib and with an up to the tuck moderate. The chest is deep and wide moderate. When did it see off the side, the lower point of the chest is immediately behind the elbow. The forecast should extend in a superficial oval form in front of the front legs but the sternum they should not be indicated excessively.
* The Maturity: It can reach the full size for 5 months, but takes 2 years to mature emotionally and physically - this is when Jindo dog training should start. * The Height: In the maturity, the desirable height for male dogs should be 19 1/2 to 21 inches and 18 1/2 to 20 inches for females. * The Weight: In good condition, the wrongs should be 35-45 l. and 30-40 l. for a female. * Queue: There are two types: queue of ring, continued its back; erect queue, right up. * Eyes: Nut-formed of Gingko yellowish brown eyes with clear students. Jindos with reddish eyes is considered better to hunters. * Ears: The ears begin flexible and generally backup erects for 5 or 6 months. Temperament
The Korean Dog of Jindo is known well for its firm loyalty, an important aspect in Jindo dog training programs. On account of this there is a misconception that a Jindo will be loyal only to its first owner or the owner when young. Nevertheless, there are many examples of Jindos older being adopted out of refuge in the United States and coming to be very loyal friends to its new owners. If it maintained in a yard, the to surround should be at least six high feet.
Because the Jindo is an active and intelligent dog, requires the frequent interaction with people or another dog in the family. The Jindo will think commonly for he himself. While a farm laborer will continue the orders with the almost unconscious obedience, a Jindo seems to judge the wisdom (or the foolishness) of its desires of owners. If it left alone by itself for a long one stretches, finds its own entertainment. A Jindo can rise on a fence or the wall, digs the floor, or the up the tear the house if limited inside. Worse still, a Jindo mistreated or badly coached can wander around the neighborhood and to attack favorite animals of neighbors and to threaten people.
With Jindos, establishing the hierarchy (the humans over dogs) with the care and the affection is essential during all Jindo dog training stages.
Jindos serves guard dogs as excellent, capable to be distinguished friend of the enemy, family people of foreigners. They are conscious of their reactions of owners toward other and act consequently. Because Jindos so rarely bark aggressive, especially in family environments, an owner can lend the special belief to the warning of their favorite animal. Many are dining rooms also remilgados and they will not take food of foreigners.
The people adopt dogs of Jindo on account of its beautiful appearance, the high intelligence, the loyalty, and at times for its fighting spirit, then realizes quickly that that raising a dog of Jindo to be a member educated of the family takes a lot of effort and the time. Many Dogs of Jindo are abandoned in the United States on account of the difficulty of the instrucciónlos. The potential owners that are prepared and they are determined to have a loyal intelligent but independent companion can adopt a dog of Jindo of refuge.