Saint is a Korean dog meat farm survivor. His breed is Japanese Korean village dog. He weighs around 20lbs, very timid and shy, never aggressive towards humans. He is very well potty trained and enjoys his walks! Super easygoing and likes his own space at times. He might prefer to be with another dog buddy, or an owner who's working from home so he isn't home alone. It usually takes him 3-5 meets before he shows excitement towards another dog. Once they are buddies, he would love to play. He has a Fi collar that tracks his location incase of surprising situations where he could dart off.
Reason why I feel like Saint needs to be rehomed is because I'm struggling to provide the quality of care and time Saint deserves. I think he really deserves a home that is more lively, where humans could be there with him or other dogs where he could play with together.
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