Charlottesville takes dogs rescued from South Korea meat farm

CASPCA takes in a group of mastiff’s rescued from South Korean meat farm through our Emergency Placement Partnership with HSUS.

A group of dogs rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea, by Humane Society International (HSI) arrived in Virginia, where they were placed at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA.

This group of dogs are part of 170 dogs HSI rescued from the dog meat farm in Namyangju, which is located a mere two hours’ drive from the Pyeongchang Olympic stadium. The dogs at the farm lived in deplorable conditions, with many suffering from eye infections, skin disease, as well as painful leg and paw sores from endless days of standing and sitting on thin wire mesh.

Please continue to follow us on social media and our website for updates on these dogs. We will share further updates and their progress while at the CASPCA.

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