64 dogs rescued from South Korea meat farm now have a shot at long, happy lives
March 4, 2016 - Uncategorized
Life just got a whole lot better for dozens of South Korean pups.
Humane Society International announced earlier this week that it helped shut down a dog meat farm in the country, bringing 64 rescue dogs to San Francisco for adoption.
The rescues range from puppies, mother dogs that recently gave birth, pure breeds, mixed breeds and orphan pups. They were kept cloistered in one of the many dog farms illegally operating today in South Korea, where slaughterhouses thrive due in part to inadequate regulation enforcement and vague laws that give ambiguous definitions of cruelty.