Are you thinking about adopting a dog rescued from the Korean dog meat trade?
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.
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.
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.
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.
Heidi and Daniel, parents of Olympic figure skater and animal advocate Meagan Duhamel, recently adopted Daegong, a rescue from the Korean dog meat trade.
Animal welfare activists have found a new strategy. Tax evasion has become the latest weapon in the fight against 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 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.)
Many of our volunteers attended Fight Dog Meat‘s rally on May 19 and May 20 in New York.
We’ve been collaborating with the Jinhae city shelter volunteers in Korea to rescue twelve poodles! Today, the poodles are finally flying to NYC.