How do korean jindo hunt?

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The breed has been long known in Korea for its hunting abilities. A pack of well-trained Jindos is an invaluable resource to a hunter, who serves as the pack leaders. Jindos will prey on medium to large prey, sometimes independent of their owners.
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While the Jindo are not known for being aggressive, they have been called an especially suspicious breed. They are fiercely protective of their owners, frequently to whatever ends they feel necessary. Coupled with a prey instinct, careful and patient training is a must for the social Jindo.
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Hypoallergenic: NoThe Jindo is a relatively healthy dog. Hypothyroidism can be a problem. Difficult Training: Training will be difficult, which might not be suitable for a first time dog owner.
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Jindos are very territorial dogs. A Jindo rarely barks without cause, but when he/she does, the bark is deep and penetratingly loud.
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Korean Jindos have an average exercise need. This breed is satisfied with short walks every weekday and a long one on weekends. Korean Jindos sleep 12-14 hours a day as an average dog and they're not considered as a lazy breed.
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The Korean Jindo is a hunting dog native to South Korea.

Double-coated dogs generally shed their soft undercoats twice a year, although some individual dogs might shed constantly or only every 10-12 months.

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Jindos are overall a gentle and loving breed, but they are wary of strangers. Their loyalty disposes them to be furiously protective which can present itself as aggression in poorly socialized dogs. Early socialization with other animals, children, and strangers will quickly ease this concern.
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Jindos are highly intelligent but because of their independent nature, respond best to positive reinforcement training, and preferably from their owner.
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