Obiwan finally found his forever home after being rescued from a dog farm in Beolgyo, South Jeolla Province.
Initially rescued from a slaughterhouse in Namyangju, Teddy roamed Muuido Island for about a month before he was finally recaptured on the eighth attempt!
In March 2018, we received news that dogs were being sold for slaughter by a veterinarian in Gwangyang City in South Jeolla Province.
A legislative amendment we have been supporting for 7 years is finally about to be adopted. The Veterinarian Amendment allows pet owners to be informed of the medical estimates prior to diagnosis and treatment.
An abused animal must be returned to the owner who abused it, according to the wholly inadequate animal protection laws of South Korea. These laws must change.
Rescue dog Hani is recovering slowly at her foster home, but she still needs much more treatment before she is back to full health. Can you help?
In Shenzhen, along with an ordinance banning the sale of wild animals and the use of laboratory and exhibition animals, a dog and cat meat ban was legislated.
Dogs had been neglected with no roof over their heads, inadequate space to lie down, nor proper food and water. Some of them had eyes bulging with infections.
At the Civilian Control Line region in South Korea, Ground Operations Command has joined in on an extensive hunt and seizure of wild boar.
Aeyong was rescued—covered head-to-tail in ash—from the Goseong County wildfires. She was adopted by her fosterer after no one claimed her.
We need approximately $30,000 to prepare and fund the transportation of the 30 most senior dogs in our shelter for adoption in Canada.
With the help of the DoVE Project, Sanny has a new life free from abuse in America after being beaten almost to death.