Dogs Rescued From South Korea

Puppy mill and dog meat farm closed

It has become increasingly unpopular to eat dog meat in South Korea in recent years, which is happy news. Even better, 200 dogs were recently rescued from a facility that sold dogs to restaurants for food. The business also operated as a puppy mill, selling dogs as pets. If they were not lucky enough to be taken as a pet, they were then sold as food. All the dogs were kept in dirty cramped cages with wire bottoms. The dogs were often without water and some had limb deformities because of the horrid conditions in which they lived.

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