We are thrilled to be hosting our first ever Free Korean Dogs 5K Freedom Walk. Please join us as we walk together to free all dogs from lives of pain and suffering. Our route is designed for people of all abilities, whether you choose to walk 1K or the entire 5K route.
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 personality with others who could really benefit from the experience? Free Korean Dogs (FKD) is exploring the therapy dog program with St. John’s Ambulance. This …Read More about Join the FKD Therapy Dog Program
It has been a year since you travelled from Korea (where I was born) to Canada. It took 13 hours travel time and another 3 hours added for customs clearance at the airport. The day you arrived broke the record for the longest time taken at the customs accordingly because one of the flight volunteers …Read More about Hehe, the source of love and joy
We are so excited about the Free Korean Dogs Summer Reunion event on July 6th, 2019. Bring your dog and friends (anyone and any dogs are welcome!). Let’s have fun! If your dog is still shy and nervous around strangers, we recommend you not to bring your dog for everyone’s safety. Just bring yourself and …Read More about Free Korean Dogs Summer Reunion
Gavin has survived a lot in his two short years of life. He was found roaming the streets of Busan, Korea, skinny and covered with dirt. He had clearly been abandoned—he was friendly and even knew some basic commands. He waited in a local shelter for months, but no one came to claim him. So …Read More about Gavin the Graduate
Come and meet our adorable rescue dogs available for adoption at PetSmart in Etobicoke! The adoption process Please submit your application before the adoption event (you can still apply, although you haven’t selected your dog yet). Selected applicants will get contacted for a phone interview. Applicants have to come to PetSmart to meet their dogs and also …Read More about PetSmart Adoption Event
Hey there, I am a 8-month-old and 16-pound puppy; bred and raised on a dog meat farm in South Korea. Until I was rescued by nice people from a dog rescue organization, I lived in a small, filthy, rusty cage along with my mom and 7 siblings.
After having gone through a tough moment in my life I was looking for something to help me refocus my priorities and bring me some companionship and happiness back into my life. I decided to stop procrastinating with things in my life and take more initiative in discovering my interests; one of them involved raising …Read More about A New Start for Leaf and I
Its that time of year again! The snow is melting, the temperatures are rising, and the grass is finally getting green again. It is a very exciting time for your dog as there are more interesting things to see and more mischief to get into! While the rising temperatures are a treat, they also bring …Read More about Importance of annual wellness exams
Matilda is a 4-year-old Labrador and Jindo mix who has had a pretty rough start to her life.
Ken Price, founder of The Dream Team, an organization that helps to retrieve lost pets, has advice for rescue dog owners who want to keep their dogs safe. He practices what he preaches: His own dog, highly trained and used to track and find lost animals, is always on leash!
Dear Gamza, (or “my big potato” as I affectionately called you, since your name means ‘Potato’ in Korean)