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Newsletter – November 10, 2017

Milk and Shake waiting for home | New Calls for Action


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Will New Zealand and Spain speak up for the Korean dogs?
New Sister City Campaigns

It’s been half a year since Moon Jae-In was elected president of South Korea, giving us much hope for South Korea to end the horrific and cruel dog and cat meat trade. We are still waiting for President Moon to address this issue. We must continue to exert pressure on South Korea because we cannot wait years or decades while so many animals suffer. Your action is compassion. Thank you!!

Seoul Gangdong-gu, South Korea – Segovia, Spain

Seoul Songpa-gu, South Korea – Christchurch, New Zealand

Busan, South Korea – Auckland, New Zealand

Paju, South Korea – Cuenca, Spain


​Click HERE for the US Sister Cities.
Click HERE for the Non-US Sister Cities.

Photo: The Korea Observer’s documentary “The Dog Meat Professional: South Korea” http://koreandogs.org/dmp/ https://youtu.be/tEaa1GJo-Uo

 
Adopt dogs rescued from dog meat industry
by SaveKoreanDogs.org
Dogs rescued from dog meat industry in South Korea by Nami Kim and her team are waiting for their loving and caring forever homes. Click the below button to learn about how you can adopt them.  Thank you for opening your heart and your home to these angels! 
We are very grateful to Louise Trevatt for volunteering her time
and talent to help these dogs get adopted. Thank you!!
Woof! Woof!

Sharing for Louise:
Meet Milk and Shake – these two love each other! They are so bonded!

Milk & Shake grew tremendously in confidence whilst we were at the shelter and came forward to take treats and interact. Milk is a positive character and playful. Light on her feet and interested in what is being offered. To see her build her confidence and place her trust in us proved that outside the shelter environment she will grow quickly.

Shake – As with Milk above – they live together – you can see on the videos that Shake grew in confidence and began to trust coming forward for treats!

Shake is marginally less confident than Milk and learns so quickly. To move from fear to curiosity shows great character and that’s what Shake demonstrated to us, that she has the character to connect and use that intelligence she has in bucket loads.

These two deserve to be together, they get on tremendously well and they have learned to rely on each other I realise that ultimately they might need to be homed separately, but that separation process can be managed well. Particularly if you are a foster home who can help them to discover themselves.

The video shows Moo helping us to connect with them and as you can see they are open and receptive to what we are offering!!

They are slight dogs who move gently and lightly!! They will be lots of fun when they grow even more in confidence in their new home!

If you have fallen for them and want them in your life, please complete an adoption application using this link http://savekoreandogs.org/application-form/

Milk and Shake Video
 

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