May is one of the dogs rescued from the dog farm Namyangju. She was one of the 12 sickest dogs at the farm, and was removed for treatment first.

May had been in a cage all her life, exposed to the summer heat and winter cold, had a skin disease and lesions on her right hind leg that required sutures. Once her treatment was finished, she came to our center.

May is sweet and loving, despite the trauma of her early life. But beware, she’ll use that sweetness to get what she wants!

She is happiest during snack time (obviously) and when she’s being walked.

She’s already learned a trick! On her walks, if she sits and you call her name, she will run to you, shower you with kisses, and knock you off your feet.

Is your family strong enough to be knocked of their feet regularly, and to not give in to her cuteness?

Please Note

Depending on the breed, the size, and its environment the lifespan of a dog may vary from 12 to 16 years. We ask you to consider this if you wish to adopt her.

Please contact our Adoption Center for more details, or start the adoption application process below.

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