We often hear that mental stimulation is just as important, if not more, than physical exercise. This is especially true for rescue dogs who are still getting used to the …Read More about Mental Enrichment Activities We Love
Hey, Free Korean Dogs family! We all know how wonderful our dogs are and how much they bring to our lives, but have you ever considered sharing your dog’s beautiful …Read More about Join the FKD Therapy Dog Program
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 …Read More about Winterizing Underway at Our Korean Shelter
We’re excited to announce that Free Korean Dogs is establishing a new shelter in Korea. The planned opening date is January, 2017 and there’s already a long lineup of rescue dogs in waiting.
On July 1st, Free Korean Dogs will celebrate our first year anniversary. What a great time to look back on what we’ve accomplished and where we need to go from here to end the Korean dog meat trade.
Two weeks ago we got an email from Amanda Clasen, a member of Kunsan PAWS, a wonderful animal welfare community inside the US AIR FORCE BASE in Kunsan, Korea. She said that Kunsan PAWS wanted to donate over 5,000 pounds of dog food to Free Korean Dogs.
We are excited to announce that production has started in Korea on our documentary film Compassion Soup: the End of Dog Meat in Korea. On March 29th, EK flew to Korea for two months of filming, loaded down with what seemed like way too much equipment for one small person to handle. The goal of this trip is to capture perspectives from both those in the dog meat trade and those trying desperately to stop it.
This is the third pillar in our three-part strategy to free Korean dogs. We are establishing an international adoption program to provide forever homes for dogs rescued from the Korean dog meat trade. This plan relies on massive collaboration, both in Korea and around the world. There are many ways for you to get involved and help give these innocent dogs the loving homes they deserve.
This article, the second in a three part series, details our strategy for community outreach. There are a number of ways to join our moment to cultivate compassion for dogs in Korea. Get involved, engage with the community and collaborate with us to help create a better life for Korean dogs. Get started right now by reviewing our strategy and providing your input on how to build a healthy community.