The following is part of a series of interviews with adopters about their rescue pups. This particular interview is with Justine about her dog Isu whom she rescued a little over 5 months ago. Isu is a giant loving teddy bear who smiles at everyone he sees. He is doing well and is learning how …Read More about The smiling teddy bear
The following is part of a series of interviews with adopters about their rescue pups. This particular interview is with Kelsey about her dog Daisy whom she rescued a little over 5 months ago. Kelsey is doing well and likes to redecorate the house with her “chewing artwork”.
The following is part of a series of interviews with adopters about their rescue pups. This particular interview is with Genevieve about her dog Mika whom she rescued 6 months ago. They had some hard times in the beginning, but with lots of love and patience Mika is starting to come out of her shell.
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:
What do you have to know before fostering a rescue dog in Korea? Dale, a foster parent originally from Alabama in the US, is sharing her experience in fostering a dog rescued from the meat trade in Korea. Dales says that a lot of people have romanticized the idea of fostering and adopting. But you really have to consider it before you just go and adopt a pet.
Who could imagine that Swayze was a dog raised for his meat until six months ago in Korea? But now he is the happiest chicken farm dog in the world. Swayze is an one year old dog living in Seoul who has his own bed, countless toys, and the most beautiful mama. Born in Ilsan outside Seoul, Swayze was one of the twenty dogs raised for their meat by a neglected chicken farm owner.
It was an honor to interview Lola Webber, co-founder of Change for Animals Foundation. Lola is a dedicated animal advocate who has been working hard to stop the dog meat trade in Asia. In this interview Lola shares her experiences and insights about the Korean dog meat trade.
In this video interview, EK Park discusses her upcoming documentary film Compassion Soup, the end of dog meat in Korea. Learn the motivation behind the film and what we believe makes this documentary special… and very important for the dogs in Korea.