I pretended to be asleep during the training, and the behavior of a loyal dog!?

I pretended to be asleep during the training, and the behavior of a loyal dog!?


The Korean Jindo is an ancient hunting dog from the non-sporting group that developed over thousands of years on the Island of Jindo, southwest of South Korea. They freely roamed the countryside alongside their masters, hunting small game on their own, bringing the prey back to their owners, and hunting deer and boar in packs.

I pretended to be asleep during the training, and the behavior of a loyal dog!?

I pretended to be asleep during the training, and the behavior of a loyal dog!?

Jindos form a strong bond with their primary caregiver and are extremely loyal to and protective of that person. Their territorial nature makes them excellent guard dogs. Korean Jindos are aloof with strangers and will not take food from someone they don’t know. They are not friendly to other dogs or animals. As a family pet, they are aware of hierarchy, staying loyal to the one they perceive to be in charge.

I pretended to be asleep during the training, and the behavior of a loyal dog!?

I pretended to be asleep during the training, and the behavior of a loyal dog!?

I pretended to be asleep during the training, and the behavior of a loyal dog!?

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 I pretended to be asleep during the training, and the behavior of a loyal dog!?

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