Q&A: How come a Jindo is not in any dog books?

Question by Sabastien G: How a is not in any dog ?
I read several “dog and I never see Jindo. why is this? My nieghbor has one and it’s so nice.

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Answer by LYNN IN FL
what is a Jindo…never heard of it. is it a mixture?

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Comments

    • Valley of the Danes
    • May 2, 2013

    I imagine it’s because most breeds your see in books are recognized by some of the major kennel clubs.
    That and the fact that they’re a Korean breed.

    There are numerous breeds that are not recognized by the local breed registry.
    Heck, there are a lot of breeds that many of us have never even heard of.

    Are you familiar with the Noo-rung-yees?

    • feral_akodon
    • May 2, 2013

    The Jindo is a newly recognized breed by the AKC – only this past January and is currently not under full registration – only under the Foundation Stock Registration (basically the registration that will establish the breeding stock for all time).

    It’s only a matter of time before Jindos make it into the books.

    • b_bardi99
    • May 2, 2013

    Try looking it up under Korean Jindo Dog, under rare breeds.maybe it is not accepted by the AKC or CKC.Google it under rare breed association, or rare dog club.I have heard of this breed.

    • Jessie
    • May 2, 2013

    Probably because it is not recognized by the AKC.

    • Mini kirby
    • May 2, 2013

    yeah, some breeds don’t get in the dog breed books. And some are given bad views, and I’ve seen otherwise.

    • La Comtesse De Whippet
    • May 2, 2013

    Perhaps because it’s a rare breed, relatively unknown outside of Korea, and one not recognised by any of the major kennel clubs. They’re thus represented accordingly in dog books. Most rare breeds receive far less coverage than ones acknowledged as popular and common.

    • Nicoleo R
    • May 2, 2013

    Well a lot of times a lot of the nice dog breeds don’t get noticed in books. and new dog breeds are excepted all the time. could be an outdated book too. 🙂

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