Chungsol Shelter, located in a remote area of South Korea, is the home to 93 dogs and cats, not all Dalmations. The 93 plus 1 dogs come from all walks of life and live with a Buddhist Nun, Chungsol. Each dog escaped its horrible fate from the dog meat trade, high kill shelter or abusive …Read More about The Shoe of Life
Chook-bok was rescued from the streets last June, in Paju Korea. She was found on the streets bleeding; she was hit by a car and dumped.
The season of love and joy is upon us. December is when people celebrate the year end at holiday parties, and of course, there is Christmas – oh yes, Christmas… with beautiful lights on the street, people’s smiles and laughter, a table full of delicious and warm food, and presents going around the room with …Read More about All They Want for Christmas is You!
Terrissa Jing Shang and Alexis Longo in NYC adopted the 2.5year old Korean Jindo dog, Getty (TT) about 4 weeks ago. Terrissa shares a few stories of what she has learned after adopting Getty. Here is Part 3.
Imagine there are 55 adorable and adoptable pups in a shelter in South Korea being taken care for and looked after with love and dedication. Now imagine that this only haven for these dogs must be shut down within less than 2 months, and the pups are facing the uncertain fate. Some of them may need …Read More about Help 55 Adorable Dogs Find Their Forever Homes
Terrissa Jing Shang and Alexis Longo in NYC adopted the 2.5year old Korean Jindo dog, Getty (TT) about 3 weeks ago. Terrissa shares a few stories of what she has learned after adopting Getty. Here is Part 2.
Terrissa shares a few stories of what she has learned after adopting Getty, Korean Jindo dog.
Matilda is a 2-year-old female Labrador mix rescued from Korea. This sweet girl is looking for her forever home in Toronto.
Da-Haeng is a survivor of the Korean dog meat trade. He’s a brindle Korean Jindo dog approximately two years old. One eye needed to be removed, he has very little sight in the other and he’s currently being treated for heartworm.
Are you thinking about adopting a dog rescued from the Korean dog meat trade?
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.