About our CEO:
Juno || 2013.10.27 || Siberian Husky
Found on the streets of a university campus, very little is known about Juno’s past. She had no tag or microchip and was wandering hungry and tired. The shelter worked very hard to find her a new home, but it was a struggle. She ended up living in the shelter for about eight months. With a policy that typically euthanizes dogs after 14 days, Juno’s sweet and well-mannered temperament earned her the admiration of the staff. Hoping someone would come to take her home, the staff put Juno in a back corner where she might escape the notice of the euthanization period. This worked for months; however, time was running out and the shelter was overflowing with dogs. Juno had only a couple of days before things would be out of the hands of the shelter staff, so an urgent appeal was made on social media. Thankfully, Juno’s dad saw it. He had always dreamed of having a husky and had been following the shelter's Facebook group for a long time. As soon as he saw Juno’s post, it was love at first sight. He knew this five-year-old husky girl was the one.
On the day Juno and her mom, Clinger, met for the first time, Juno was so excited to get to go on a walk. Little did she know, that walk would end with her arriving in a new home! When Juno first walked into her new home in Seoul, she was overwhelmed by the cacophony of new sounds, sights, and smells. But after some time, she relaxed with Clinger cuddling beside her the whole night.
Since living with her new family, Juno has had the opportunity to compete in agility competitions and has even been featured on EllenTube and various other social media accounts and blogs. She is most famous for her depiction of “Steve Dog” on social media. You can follow Juno at @unimpressedhusky on Instagram or check out her website.
Clinger || Unknown || Hooman
Born and raised in the tranquil sunflower fields of Kansas, Clinger moved to South Korea in 2005 after graduating with a textile and graphic design degree that she never used. Instead, she came to Korea for a one-year teaching gig that ended horribly. Somehow, she ended up being sucked into living here for the past 16 years. But she wouldn’t have it any other way! THE END.
P.S. Although she’s been in the Food & Beverage Industry for the past 10 years and started a non-profit with friends in 2015 to help support and feed the senior citizens in Korea, Clinger is a horrible cook and is only good at eating!
Why FUR ALL DOGS?
Unfortunately, Korea does not have a strong dog cultural and after living in London for a year last year where it’s super dog friendly, we were inspired to help pave the way for dogs in Korea when we moved back. We want to be the voice for dogs by building a strong community to support one another and share tips/advice to help make the world a bit more PAWESOME!
To make life pawesome FUR ALL DOGS + paws with the help of local senior citizens. Every bandana purchase helps a charity.
What We Believe:
We truly believe in supporting local businesses and senior citizens who are struggling to make ends meet. Our bandanas are all carefully handmade with love, care and happiness from an amazing couple who are in their 70’s and sewing for over 40 years together. For our name embroidery, we worked with a gentlemen who’s been doing it again for over 40 years in the same small shop but recently retired due to financial struggles and not being able to pay rent. Sadly, 2 others also were forced to close shop and now there is just one sweet senior lady who is hanging on by one small thread. She free-style hand embroiders with just a small sewing machine. We love that she’s dog friendly and always welcomes Juno into her shop. Last but definitely not least, our dog tags are hand engraved by a gentleman who is also a senior citizen that uses letter/number templates with a hammer to make them. We hope to continue to help support these local business and charities through Fur All Dogs!
On a mission to show the world how amazing life is with a dog!
Dog Handler Certified- Korean Kennel Club
Dog Trainer & Instructor- Korean Kennel Club
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