This is AVA and TERRIE

Ava has the underbite and floppy ears; Terri has the pointed expressive ears.


Ava Jean—While picking the girls up from Toronto, they had no “American” names picked out.  When their flight info came across-the flight listed in French-Avante-meaning “Early”—we choose Ava for her

  • Foster in Lockport, NY
  • Breed: Jindo/Terrier from South Korea
  • Age: Approximately 1
  • Current weight: Approximately 11 lbs.


Terrie Ann—While picking the girls up from Toronto, they had no “American” names picked out.  When their flight info came across-the flight listed in French-“Atterrie”-meaning “Landed”—we choose Terrie for her

  • Foster in Lockport, NY
  • Breed: Jindo/Terrier from South Korea   
  • Age: Approximately 1
  • Current weight: Approximately 12 lbs.


Rescues name & location (City/State):  Owner-Silver Lining for Pit Bulls; Foster Mom / Amiee Schultz / Lockport, NY

Contact Information (phone numbers, email, FB, etc):  Amiee’s phone number:  716.628.3112 or email for Skye:; email for Ginger:; email for Amiee: or

Situation (foster, owned, DVM, boarding, rescue, etc): In-Home Foster


Timeframe needed to find a home: No Rush—just perfect home needed


Medical information (spay/neuter, chipped, other health conditions if any, etc):

  • Up to date on all vetting
  • Spayed
  • Chipped


Where and how did we get this dog: Saved from South Korean Meat Market (was taken from a street vendor); 3 months (Mother’s Day)


Where and how ME was diagnosed:

Animal hospital (give name if known): Diagnosing MD is James Albert, City Creatures Animal Hospital, 716.873.7000

DVM Radiologist that read report:  Kent Wallace

Regular Doctor:  Marylisa Reynders / McClelland Small Animal Hospital, 716.847.0181


X-rays or barium study: June 30, 2018, reports also available


Meds currently taken:

Reglan and Pepsid—both given approximately 45 minutes before feeding


NOTE: Inexpensive medication—local pharmacy cost is approximately $50 for 3 months.  We have liquid and pill form, however, the girls prefer the pills with a small piece of cheese.


Food brands and consistency (meatballs, milkshake, pureed, etc):

Canned Food with small amount of kibble mixed in (they do not like the consistency of canned only)


Fed how many times per day in what position and timeframe:

  • Bailey Chair, on bums, 30 minutes
  • Fed 2 times per day


Hydration method and consistency (Knox Blox, SubQ, Thick It, etc):

From rescue: “The girls do at times regurgitate water.  In my home, it is impossible to keep water from them.  I do think that in a home that can regulate their intake, there will be no signs of regurg.  Using Knox Blox would likely be the best method.”


Items that will go to the new home:

  • All of their harness dresses (they do not like a leash/collar, it scares them)
  • Custom Made Bailey Chairs
  • Health Records
  • Full support from our rescue


Exercise preferred (if any) and level (high, moderate, low):  

From the rescue: “The girls are VERY active—they love to run and play, especially with each other.  They “fight” like rams, by throwing themselves into each other.  They should have a fenced yard so they can roam and play.  When they sleep, they don’t move.  I joke that they need their beauty sleep.”



  • Shy with people – most will not see their true personalities unless they watch videos from

the home

  • They will open up quickly but their new home will have to have a lot of patience
  • No aggression, just shy
  • Fine with dogs/cats
  • No aggression shown unless a puppy tries to get up in or near their Bailey Chair 
  • Leash trained with their harness dresses – they prance like princesses
  • Mostly housebroken –  occasional accidents at night if not sleeping in the x-pen; if they

sleep with me, I do use puppy pads at night

  • Not crate trained – “they have not been crated as I work at home and do not need to;

when I am away, they do go into a large x-pen with other fosters that I may have”


Additional notes (any other pertinent information that will help you decide if you might be safe, loving his forever home): 

From the rescue: “They just need love, time to eat, and understanding that they will take a bit to open up. We would “prefer” a home where they would be the only pets – just because they are so special, we want them to have all the attention.”


Created: September 9, 2018