The season of love and joy is upon us. December is when people celebrate the year end at holiday parties, and of course, there is Christmas – oh yes, Christmas… with beautiful lights on the street, people’s smiles and laughter, a table full of delicious and warm food, and presents going around the room with …Read More about All They Want for Christmas is You!
Imagine there are 55 adorable and adoptable pups in a shelter in South Korea being taken care for and looked after with love and dedication. Now imagine that this only haven for these dogs must be shut down within less than 2 months, and the pups are facing the uncertain fate. Some of them may need …Read More about Help 55 Adorable Dogs Find Their Forever Homes
Matilda is a 2-year-old female Labrador mix rescued from Korea. This sweet girl is looking for her forever home in Toronto.
Our protest against the dog and cat meat trade continues until August 11 (the last day of Boknal). EK Park, the founder of Free Korean Dogs, will be at the Korean Consulate in Toronto for the following days. If you can join us, that would be amazing. Your voice counts. July 27 (Thursday) from 12-2pm …Read More about Ongoing Protest against the Dog and Cat Meat Trade
Join Free Korean Dogs for our second annual Toronto protest against the Korean dog and cat meat trade. Thousands of dogs and cats will be tortured and slaughtered during Boknal, Korea’s summer dog meat festival, which begins July 12th. Help us send a clear message to Korea that now is the time to end the …Read More about Toronto Protest Against Korea’s 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.
There will be eight adorable Korean rescue dogs avaialble for adoption at Wooftown, Toronto.
Animal welfare activists have found a new strategy. Tax evasion has become the latest weapon in the fight against the Korean dog 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.)
18 months ago, I had never heard of the Korean Jindo dog breed….now I am a devotee! My partner and I share our home and lives with not one Jindo, but two – Beatrix and Harriet.
We are looking for foster homes in Toronto, NYC, and Portland for Korean rescue dogs.
It is so exciting to bring six Korean rescue dogs to Toronto on Mar. 22, 2017.