Frodo, Larimer County’s newest refugee, is nervously pacing the fence line of the Larimer Humane Society’s play yard. The society’s behaviorist, Kate Gloeckner, points out that the white jindo mix is still pretty unsure of his new surroundings.
“This dog in particular was probably our most fearful dog that we saw come into the shelter,” Gloeckner said. “We think that he’s a little bit older than the rest of the dogs, so our suspicion is that he was probably in those enclosures a little bit longer.”
What she is referring to is the 3-by-5 cage that, until about two weeks and more than 6,000 miles ago, had been Frodo’s home. Before you hear about Frodo’s new life in Colorado, you need to know about his old life in South Korea.