Activities For A Korean Jindo

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Introduction

All dogs are special, but some dogs are a matter of national pride. This is the case of the Korean Jindo. This is one of the rarest breeds in the world and is listed as one of the wonders of Korea. In Korea, they are celebrated for their loyalty and bravery. This is outstanding because all dogs are loyal and brave, so the Korean Jindo must be especially brave and loyal. Although their origins are cloudy, their home is Jindo island, and now they share your home. How do you keep such a brave dog busy? We have found a bunch of fun things to bond you and your Korean Jindo together.

Obstacles

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Sunny Day
Cheap
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1 hr
Items needed
Water for hydration
Treats
Activity description
The Korean Jindo is a hunting breed. This means that they were bred to be strong and agile. Since you own one of these famous hunting dogs, it is up to you to maintain and train that agility. An obstacle course is a fun way to make sure that your dog never loses any skill. You can take them to a local park, some dog parks have little jungle gyms, or you can set up your own obstacle course in your backyard. It is up to you, but one thing is certain... the two of you are in for a fun-tastic afternoon!
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Set up
You need to decide where you want to take your dog. If you go to a local park, make sure that there is enough space to exercise your dog. If you are setting up at home, you need to get creative. Set up poles for your dog to run around. Let your dog jump through hula-hoops or tires. There is no limit to what you can do.
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Run through
Now that your course is set up, it is time to show your dog what to do. If your dog is still young and relatively untrained, keep the course simple. Now, you need to walk alongside your dog, showing them what to do. Then let them run it themselves. Make sure that you encourage their good behavior. This will make it easier for them to remember what to do.
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Step it up
Once your dog has the hang of the course, they will begin to master it. When they have mastered the course, it will become boring to them. It is your job to keep things interesting by alternating the courses and making it more fun for them.
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Volunteering

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2 hrs
Items needed
Treats
Activity description
As with many dogs, this breed is known for being lovable and gentle. If you take the time to train them properly, they will become the best companions you ever had. But why keep all the love for yourself? Almost everyone loves dogs, and there are a bunch of dog-assisting activities that you and your dog can volunteer for. These activities assign dogs with special roles at hospitals, libraries, prisons, veterans clubs and other places. Dogs are full of empathy and the world needs that. Your dog will get a lot of love and attention while helping others through difficult periods.
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Research
No two areas are the same, and not all facilities want dogs to help. Take the time to find out which dog-assisting programs there are in your area and whether your dog meets the criteria. Think this over carefully since no-one knows your dog better than you do.
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Begin the fun
After you decide which activity your dog is best suited for, you need to clear your schedule and take them to their activity. Most of the time you will be present, so there is nothing to worry about. Your dog may be hesitant at first, but they will soon get into the swing of things and bring joy to many other lives.
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Be consistent
If you decide to take on this responsibility, you need to commit to it. Your dog and other people will become reliant on this time. It is your job to make sure that nothing stands in the way of that commitment. It is a lot of fun, but fun often comes with a measure of responsibility.
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Rollerblading

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Sunny Day
Cheap
Easy
30 min
Items needed
Rollerblades
Leash
Water (for you and your dog)
Safety gear
Treats
Activity description
Walking your dog is essential. It is one of those things that you just have to do. Unfortunately, half the time it feels like a chore. Maybe you do not feel like taking a walk after a hard day's work. But as soon as you get home, you are met with hopeful eyes and you know that you cannot let your best buddy down. Walking your dog is a fact of life, but that does not mean that it has to be boring. Why not make it more fun for yourself and make it more exciting and challenging for your dog? This activity might take a bit of practice, but it will change your lives.
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Get ready
Before you embark on your epic new adventure, you need to put on all your safety gear. It might feel a little strange walking around with a helmet and various guards, but it is better to be safe than sorry.
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Go slow
Once you have put on your rollerblades, and your dog is on the leash, it is time to go. Your dog will know what to do and will probably love it. Tell them to slow down when they get too excited. You want to take things slow as you get the hang of it. You can go faster once you have control of your rollerblades and are familiar with your route.
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Have fun!
Don't forget that this is all about fun. Your dog will burn a lot more energy hauling you around, and you're going to have more fun than if you were just walking. Let loose, forget your worries for a while and just spend some quality time with your precious pup. What could be better than that?
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Play Date

Dogs are pack animals and Korean Jindos were trained to hunt in packs. They need companionship. If you see that they are going a little stir crazy, why not call up one of your friends and arrange a play date? Your dog will get to leave the house for a bit and you will get to spend some time with a friend too.

Frisbee

When playing catch has gotten old, or your dog needs a bit more exercise, it is time to take out the old Frisbee. Your dog will be running after that fluorescent disk and giving everything to catch it in time. They will burn off all their excess energy while you get to stand in one spot.

Conclusion

Korean Jindos are a rare breed. They were bred for hunting purposes and have been around for a long time. Your little puppy might not be used to chasing wild prey, but they are used to having a lot of energy. The activities on this list will keep them busy and leave them feeling happy, tired and content with life. You may not be leading them on an epic hunt, but they will feel that you are, and that's worth something. So, make them run laps, let them help others and chase around a Frisbee. But above all, enjoy the time you two have together.