Adopting A Friend
If you are interested in adopting one of our Adoptable Animals, please complete the appropriate form by clicking on the link to our website Adopt/Foster/Surrender page and finding the form, and either fax to us at 208-979-8241 or send as an attachment in an email.
Forms are available as either:
1. DOC which you can complete online and email back to us (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
2. PDF which you can print out, complete and then scan and email, or fax back to us (Fax: 208 979 8241)
All dogs shown on our Adoptable Animals page are currently in foster homes or approved boarding facilities and are looking for their forever homes.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not knowingly rescue or adopt out dogs that have been confirmed as aggressive towards humans: we will always disclose the dog's full history (such as we know it), and as part of a standard contract clause you will be asked to acknowledge that we cannot guarantee the health, temperament, training or suitability of the animal for any purpose, and that you have been informed of the animal's behavioral history.
Who We Are
We are a small organization, based in Northern Nevada, active in the rescue and rehoming of abandoned, surrendered, abused or neglected dogs from the Urgent and Euthanization Lists of High-Kill Shelters across the USA.
The vast majority of Korean Jindos appear in the shelters around Los Angeles, and Southern California, so our work tends to be concentrated in these geographical areas.
As a rescue organization, we work to pull dogs from the shelters, or receive them through private surrenders, and then either place them in private foster homes or, if no other options are available, board them until such time as an approved forever home can be found for them. We try to place dogs in foster homes close to our base in Northern Nevada, but, with the help of our volunteers, also place dogs in foster homes closer to the location of their shelter.
All dogs are neutered or spayed, and provided with medical care. All dogs are shown compassion and love. We also provide dogs with training if necessary to aid in their rehabilitation before adoption.
Our main interest is the Korean Jindo Dog, and we hope that with our knowledge and experience of this breed, we can help educate the public to understand and appreciate this ancient breed to the fullest!
(We are a federally registered 501c3 charitable organization so all donations are tax deductible)
Come Visit Us
Contact Two Dog Farms, Inc.