On September 1st, 2018 Free Korean Dogs stepped in to liberate 69 canine residents (later to become 83 after the birth of a few litters from pregnant rescues) from a …Read More about Rosie, The Perfect Posie
From the day I was born, there was always a dog in my life. I’d never had one of my very own, though – they were always “the family dog”. …Read More about Our Search For Our Perfect Puppers
On September 1st, 2018 Free Korean Dogs stepped in to liberate 69 canine residents (later to become 83 after the birth of a few litters from pregnant rescues) from a …Read More about The Wonderful World of Wally
After our 12-year-old Labrador Retriever-mix Oreo passed away, my husband and I said we would never have another dog again. We had adopted Oreo in 2006, when he was only …Read More about Rainbow After the Rain
If you believe in soulmates and you’re a dog lover, you know that some dogs and humans are meant to cross paths. Little did we know, our perfect matches were …Read More about Fate: When you know, you know
After countless months of looking on dog adoption websites, it was by chance that I happened to find what I thought to be the “perfect” fit for our new family …Read More about Oh Fanta, the Fantastic Baby!
The past few weeks have been faced with difficult times as COVID-19 continues to rapidly and drastically impact our everyday lives. Free Korean Dogs (FKD) thanks everyone who has taken …Read More about COVID-19: What We’re Doing at Free Korean Dogs
One week after finalizing our adoption for Elle, we fell in love again when Otto popped up. There was something so special about him and I knew I would regret …Read More about Good Things Come In Pairs: The Unexpected Addition
In April 2019, South Korea experienced one of the worst forest fires to have ever swept their lands, resulting in the destruction of over 1200 acres of land, 4200 displaced …Read More about OTTO, WHO BEAT THE ODDS
There have been moments in the first six months of Luna and Peanut joining our family where I have asked myself this, among other questions. “Am I equipped to help …Read More about Can I handle this?
It seems with just a blink of an eye, we’ve flipped our calendars to December and begin looking forward to the upcoming New Year. 12 months have gone by in …Read More about Celebrating 2019: A Year of ‘Firsts’
It has been a week since we moved to our new home. Strangers appeared on the front lawn. She froze. Gasping, shrinking into her lead watermelon form – rooted into …Read More about Adopting Nikita and Molly: A Yin and Yang experience – Part 1