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SPARED FROM THE COOKING POT, 200 DOGS BRED AND KEPT IN CAGES TO BE SOLD AS FOOD ARE RESCUED FROM MEAT FARM IN SOUTH KOREA !
Dozens of Golden Retrievers, Siberian Huskies, Rottweilers, Japanese Tosas and Korean Jindo dogs have been freed from a South Korean meat farm by animal rights activists.
Around 200 dogs were released from wire cages at the dog meat farm in Wonju, south-east of Seoul. Many more had already been slaughtered and butchered for food.
South Koreans are believed to consume somewhere between 1.5 million and 2.5 million dogs every year, but the meat farming industry is in decline, with little demand among the younger generation. ‘It’s a dying business,’ says Gong In-Young, a former dog farm owner who spent the past decade breeding puppies specifically for human consumption and confined in their cages from birth until slaughter.
Gong’s business is the fifth and the largest dog meat farm to be closed down by the US-based Humane Society International (HSI), and Gong said he was happy to get out. 'In the past, people ate dogs because there was nothing else to eat but nowadays, young people don’t have to eat it,’ Gong said. 'It’s becoming weird for people,’ he added.
A poll conducted by last year showed that only 20 per cent of South Korean men in their 20s consumed dog meat in the past year, compared to half of those in their 50s and 60s.
Gong also noted that the increasing popularity of dogs as domestic pets had played a large part in reducing demand for their meat.
The HSI rescued a total of 225 dogs last year, closing down four farms in what they call a 'constructive and collaborative’ approach to phase out an industry that has long been criticised by international animal welfare groups.
Most of the dogs are flown to the United States and Canada for adoption.
In return for shutting his business for good, a farmer receives up to $60,000 (£41,125) depending on the number of dogs being bred.
The money is intended to be used as seed money for a more 'humane’ farm, growing anything from blueberries to gre
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