We are sometimes asked why we focus on helping dogs in Korea when there are so many dogs in Canada and the US that need our help. The answer is simple: compassion knows no borders.
South Korea is the only country engaged in high-volume dog farming for human consumption. New research shows the true scale of the issue.
Last Saturday we had our 2nd protest against Korea’s dog and cat meat trade in Toronto. It was a hot summer day, yet many supporters showed up to raise their voice for the poor voiceless in Korea. Boknal starts on July 12 and lasts until August 11 and during that time over one million dogs …Read More about 2017 Toronto Protest aginst the Dog and Cat Meat Trade
Gucci is a Dosa Mastiff “meat dog” rescued from the Korean dog meat trade. She now has a forever loving home outside of Toronto, Canada.
Heidi and Daniel, parents of Olympic figure skater and animal advocate Meagan Duhamel, recently adopted Daegong, a rescue from the Korean dog meat trade.
The beautiful Korean rescue dogs are coming to Toronto next week and we’re going to have an adoption event at Wooftown, Toronto.
We are looking for foster homes in Toronto, NYC, and Portland for Korean rescue dogs.
It is so exciting to bring six Korean rescue dogs to Toronto on Mar. 22, 2017.
On the night of December 6, 2017, Chris M. and Tina K. drove through a heavy downpour for 2 hours to take home 4 month old Jaime (formerly named “Werny”).
Here is a letter from Emily and Nevan who adopted the beautiful rescue dog, Finn, from Korea.
It took an 8-hour car ride and a 14-hour flight, but Hoi and Sidney have finally arrived in Toronto. These two dogs rescued from a puppy mill in South Korea got the best Christmas present of all: a loving forever home.
With a massive amount of collaboration and hard work, the dog farm in Jeonju has been completely destroyed… forever.