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Exciting news: Finn, one of the dogs rescued from the S Korean meat trade by the Humane Society International, is now ready for his forever home! Finn arrived at Top Notch Kennels in Modesto in July for extensive behavior modification - after being caged for the first 2 years of his life, he had a lot to learn about the world and how to interact with people. He came to them rather wild and untouchable; now he craves interaction with the people he knows, and finds adventure and pleasure in every field trip they take! Finn is a 3 year old Jindo, a South Korean breed, weighs about 40 pounds and is neutered. Top Notch Kennels is looking for a home with a person or people who recognize the special needs of adopting a dog like Finn. Here are some of his particulars: Very people friendly Very tolerant of being brushed and petted His favorite thing is going for walks/runs, and exploring the outdoors He is tolerant of some, but not all dogs and should be the only dog in a household He is intolerant of any sort of physical correction He is a manageable resource guarder, but needs to be left alone when he is eating He should not be in a home with cats Is crate trained and walks on a loose leash A perfect home would be one that has one or more adults and/or an older child and the desire to provide this dog with the forever happy home that he deserves. The new owner will have plenty of training and support from Finn's current trainer and best friend, Lisa Moore of Top Notch Kennels to aid in the transition, be it local or long distance. If you or anyone you know are interested in adopting this special boy, please fill out and submit Top Notch Kennels' Prospective Adopter Survey at www.topnotchdogs.com/adoptable-dogs. Contact Top Notch by phone at 209.523.3138 or email email@example.com . ***Finn is a courtesy post through CCHS's Re-Homing Assistance Program. Please inquire about meeting or adopting Finn by calling or emailing Top Notch directly at the contact information listed above. Thank you!