Are you searching for a one-of-a-kind exotic dog? Your search is over because you have found Ivy! Ivy is a Jindo/Shiba Inu/Shar-Pei mix! We have DNA-tested her! She is 50% Jindo, which is a rare spitz-type dog originating form the Island of Jindo in South Korea. Jindos were used in the opening ceremony of the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul and are protected as a national treasure in Korea. Ivy is a national treasure to us! Sweet Ivy is an awesome gal. She has a beautiful face and soft fur. Ivy has a unique story to tell. She was rescued from the dog meat trade in Thailand. ITV partnered with an international rescue group to save her life and bring her to Indiana to find a forever home. Ivy is a very playful gal and loves to carry around toys in her mouth. She also loves to play with other dogs her size. She is house-trained and a quite girl – her foster mom does not hear her bark! She does well on a leash and loves going for car rides. Ivy has a calm disposition and she is about 5 years young. Ivy weighs about 34 pounds. She is spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and heartworm tested. She is current on flea and heartworm preventative. Ivy’s story has had some sad chapters and her fate could have been very different without the intervention of rescuers! She does not hold a grudge though and she is a happy-go lucky girl. Ivy could spend hours outside playing with her foster bother. She sleeps through the night and can be trusted outside of a crate. She scored high scores on her behavior assessment test, including allowing contact from people in a calm and relaxed manner. Ivy knows how to sit and she is motivated by treats. She is a great cuddle buddy and loves to curl up next to her human. She is forever giving kisses, almost as if she is showing her thanks for rescue. While Ivy is good with meeting most people, she gets a little nervous around kids so will do best in a kid-free home. If you would like to give sweet Ivy a happy ending to her story, please complete an application at