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[Update] Ansan: 70 Dogs in Hell!

Click HERE for the previous report on this case!

[Update: November 6, 2015] Forty dogs from the second dog farm in Anson have been rescued and moved to a boarding facility in Maseok.

The owner of the first dog farm with 40 dogs refuses to negotiate with the rescue group for the release of his dogs. Because of the owners unwillingness to negotiate those 40 dogs will not be rescued. The rescue group will have their hands full with the 31 they successfully rescued.

Rescuer's post - Rescue and relocation of the dogs are complete.

Rescuer’s post – Rescue and relocation of the dogs are complete.

[Update: November 4, 2015] SaveKoreanDogs guide the local rescuer group through their first rescue.

Sharing from SaveKoreanDogs’s Facebook page.
Click HERE for the update from SaveKoreanDogs’ Facebook page!

I have been assisting the group in the city of Ansan, working closely with them. The old man with 40 dogs is surrendering all the dogs to the group today, which will be relocated at a shelter this afternoon. We have arranged a truck to be ready to get the dogs out of this hell. It was Nayong who initiated this rescue. She is very actively involved leading her group – all first-time rescuers with no experience. I guided them through because I am just too tied up with the rescue plan of the dogs from the Dog Barbecue House. Now, they know what to do on their next rescue. They want me to find a few homes for several adoptable dogs and I promised them that I will. I will update on the dogs later.

[Update: November 2, 2015] SaveKoreanDogs’ onsite meeting with city officials and volunteer advocates today.

Sharing from SaveKoreanDogs’s Facebook page.
Click HERE for the update from SaveKoreanDogs’ Facebook page!

Last week a girl came to me with an SOS (urgent request) asking for help. The situation involves two old men who are breeding dogs to sell at the Moran dog meat market. One man has 30 dogs and the other has 40 dogs for a total of 70 dogs. The girl has formed a rescue group in the city as I instructed in order to get the dogs out together. Not one of the four volunteers has experience with this type of rescue. I have been guiding and assisting the group with the rescue of the dogs. I will be visiting the site with the volunteers and the city official in charge. In the meantime please help by signing the petition at the link below that is addressed to the Mayor of Ansan City.

Click HERE to sign petition now!
Thank you!

At the first of the two dog farms: I am in the dog’s hell now. This is the second worst of hundreds of dog farm I have seen. There are about 30 dogs here. Will update on this soon.

Click HERE for the video update from SaveKoreanDogs’ Facebook page!

At the second of the two dog farms: This is Nayong, the one who came to me for help. Right next to one another, this isn’t so bad compared to the one with 30 dogs. Will update on this soon.

Click HERE for the video update from SaveKoreanDogs’ Facebook page!

This is what I saw at the dog farm today. It’s getting dark here. Nayong is doing what she can under my instruction to get all the 40 dogs out of here in a month time.

Click HERE for the video update from SaveKoreanDogs’ Facebook page!

Please sign petitions against the South Korean Dog Meat Cruelty!

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  1. Inge Ferdusch
    Inge FerduschNovember 7,15

    Traurig, dass es sowas überhaupt gibt.

  2. isabella aliaud
    isabella aliaudNovember 7,15

    “GREATNESS AND MORAL PROGRESS OF A NATION CAN BE JUDGED BY HOW IT TREATS ANIMALS”-MAHATMA GANDHI

  3. Isabel Vanover
    Isabel VanoverNovember 8,15

    WHY CAN’T WE GET HIM TO AGREE TO THE RESCUE OF THE REMAINING DOGS? THAT PLACE IS FILTHY AND EVIL! NO DOG SHOULD HAVE TO LIVE THIS WAY!

  4. Lynn J
    Lynn JNovember 15,15

    God bless you and thank you for all you do to rescue these poor tortured animals. You are all angels on this earth!

  5. Gail Calhoun
    Gail CalhounNovember 28,15

    I was prompted to see through a link on the South Korea dogs web page, all that is there are pleasant photos you would expect to see on a travel website expounding on the virtues of South Korea, Pre -Wedding photos of Korean couples, the same couple walking through a park. I clicked to read the translation and the dialogue read like a travel brochure. This went on and on. Why is this? How does pounding on the virtues of the country that is a dog eating nation and heavily invested in dog torture help save the dogs being culled from this society by such horrific means? Right now, South Korea does not look beautiful to anyone. They know it for animal torture. This whole scene that is suppose to be about saving dogs looks like a huge fraud to me.

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