Incheon Ganghwa, South Korea: Shut down the illegal dog farm in Gilsang-myeon Kkachigol-gil 43!

We want Incheon Ganghwa-gun to stop their indifference toward animal cruelty and the illegal dog meat industry, and to take immediate action to shut down the illegal dog farm located in Incheon Ganghwa-gun Gilsang-myeon Kkachigol-gil 43 (인천광역시 강화군 길상면 까치골길 43).

Video: ARK119 continues their raids to more dog farms in Incheon Ganghwa-gun county. They need all of us to file e-People petitions to report another dog farm located at Incheon Ganghwa-gun Gilsang-myeon Kkachigol-gil 43 with many legal violations. Video timestamp 35 min-60 min.

Photo: ARK119.

Call for Action

Click HERE to learn more about our e-People petitions filed to shut down each dog farms in the Korea Animal Rights Advocates (KARA)’s dog farm archives.
Click HERE to learn more about KARA’s dog farm archives.

Video: South Korea’s horrific dog meat industry. KBS DIGITALNEWS LAB.

  1. rui pedro melo simoes almeida
    rui pedro melo simoes almeidaJuly 18,21

    Pure hell.
    I wish i could save them all.
    I can only donate and sign petitions, i live in portugal.

  2. olimpia marina
    olimpia marinaJuly 23,21

    such places should not exist Shut Down and PROSECUTE

  3. Denose Hulsbosch
    Denose HulsboschJuly 23,21

    Should be illegal in all countries. If caught, thrown in prison and heavily prosecuted. Having to fork over $$$$ if caught is the only way.

  4. Nimmi Scuueller
    Nimmi ScuuellerAugust 9,21

    Please close down all dog farms of South Korea. They are illegal besides being immoral and unethical. It is extremely disappointing to see South Korea ignore the basic foundation of humanity and civilization in this 21st century. It sheds a black shadow on your country, which prides itself to be a nation of technological progress. Yes, South Korea has made major advancements in many fields — but is sadly lagging far behind in the Dark Ages when it comes to aknowledging that animals are not commodities, but living beings. Living beings that sense fear, hunger, pain, and so much more, which we human beings deny them because of our gross misconceptions and a blinding drive to make a profit wherever possible, regardless of the consequences. But — is it moral, is it acceptable, to look the other way to the indescribable, immense suffering of a sentient and intelligent being, just so one can fill ones pocket? Does South Korea have no problem justifying the abhorrent dog farm industry because it is a profitable business? Despite the pain, the blood, the stench, the cries..? If so, what then has happened to Korean culture, to the old poems and literature and songs? Has the human element died out in South Korea? Have the old virtues disappeared from today’s people completely? Please show the world that the Korean people are not steeped in the horror of these dog farms, that the government is aware and is working to rectify the terrible abuse and the scenes that shock us beyond words.

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