Here is a letter from Emily and Nevan who adopted the beautiful rescue dog, Finn, from Korea.
Our first-ever adoption event at Wooftown in Toronto was a great success. There was a wonderful turnout on hand to snuggle, smooch and cuddle our gang of Korean rescue puppies. It was a wonderful socialization opportunity for the pups and an even greater opportunity to raise awareness about the Korean dog meat trade.
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.
Help us fly six rescue puppies from Korea to Toronto before the end of 2016. If all six puppies are adopted before the New Year, we will have saved 200 dogs in 2016 from the Korean dog meat trade.
With a massive amount of collaboration and hard work, the dog farm in Jeonju has been completely destroyed… forever.
Join us behind the scenes at our rescue shelter in Ilsan, Korea, because it’s bath time for the Jeju Puppies!
Puppies rescued from the Korean dog meat trade participate in back-to-back adoption events at PS9 Pet Store in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
One of the biggest challenges for dog rescue in Korea is to find a place to shelter rescued dogs. That’s why we are so grateful to Ms Jung and her Chungdo Shelter.
Update: We are happy to report that the Jeju dogs, recently rescued from Jeju Island, are all doing very well in our shelter in Ilsan, Korea.
Jeju Island is a popular tourist destination off the south tip of the Korean peninsula. That is where 19 dogs were recently rescued and shipped all the way to the Free Korean Dogs rescue shelter north west of Seoul.
Winter is coming in Korea and it’s getting cold at our rescue shelter in Ilsan. Jinoak and EK are busy winterizing the shelter so we can keep the dogs warm through the cold Korean winter.
Saturday, October 22nd, 2016, marked the first annual Cause 4 Canines fundraising event in Oakville, Ontario. The event was hosted and organized by Alana Lewis, an ardent supporter of the movement to end the dog meat trade.