As the Founder of Free Korean Dogs (FKD), EK Park planned her July trip to Vancouver; she quickly realized how much she had to do and the number of cities she had to cover in very little time. Task list included:
Free Korean Dogs at Woofstock Event 2018
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
Join us on July 8th, 2017, at the Korean Consulate in Toronto for a demonstration against Boknal and the Korean dog and cat meat trade.
We held our “Poodle Invasion” adoption events at PS9 Pet Supplies NY on Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28. (With the help of a dedicated team from South Korea, we saved these 12 adoptable adult poodles from a high kill shelter in Jinhae, Korea.)
We’ve been collaborating with the Jinhae city shelter volunteers in Korea to rescue twelve poodles! Today, the poodles are finally flying to NYC.
Our most successful Free Korean Dogs adoption event happened at Wooftown NYC on Saturday, April 22.
We have exciting news for you! We’ll be at Canada’s largest consumer pet show, Canadian Pet Expo, this week.
It is so exciting to bring six Korean rescue dogs to Toronto on Mar. 22, 2017.
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.
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.
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.