I recommend you should not. There are a few jindo breeds left. Although, they can't stop you from breeding them from another country, it is likely that the breed your trying to create wouldn't work. You need to have a professional breeding knowledge: start with getting a license. You should wait until the jindo dogs population grows rapidly fast and then breed them. I warn you though, in a breeders' world, only 5-10 in a million gets accepted. That's not much. Plus, families like purebred dogs because they can identify them easier than a mix. Study before you breed.
Answered by Anonymous - 1/10/2012 3:57:57 AM