Available for adoption to US and Canada
Nami Kim and the SaveKoreanDogs team rescued 43 dogs from a dog farm in September 2015. The dog farmer agreed to surrender all of his dogs and promised never to operate a dog farm or any business selling dog meat again.
The rescued puppies and dogs are now safe at a boarding facility. However, they need loving forever homes to call their own.
The chances of these dogs being adopted within Korea are very slim since they are considered “Mutt” or “Meat Dogs” in Korea. The majority of people in Korea live in high rise apartments with no yard or outdoor space, so small purebred dogs are preferred as pets.
Nami and her team are looking for homes in the U.S. or Canada to provide loving forever homes to these puppies and dogs who have been through so much already.