Loads of bad puppies and dogs had been saved from a south korean canine meat farm by way of animal rights charity—humane society global (hsi).
In a big rescue operation, hsi rescued the bad fur babies from a squalid canine farm in hongseong, western south korea. Almost 2 hundred bad pooches had been stored in bad, cramped situations, and had been locked up in filthy cages.
The dogs, which blanketed breeds consisting of pomeranians, poodles, huskies, corgis, chihuahuas, yorkshire terriers, shih tzus and french bulldogs, were bred for 8 years for both meat, and to be sold as pets.
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