Staff and volunteers play with the rescued South Korean dogs to help acclimate them to humans and human touch shortly after they arrived at the Sacramento SPCA campus on Friday. The dogs were rescued from a South Korean dog farm where they were slated to be slaughtered for meat markets. Humane Society International intervened to save the dogs and help the farmer transition to growing crops instead.
Staff and volunteers play with the rescued South Korean dogs to help acclimate them to humans and human touch shortly after they arrived at the Sacramento SPCA campus on Friday. The dogs were rescued from a South Korean dog farm where they were slated to be slaughtered for meat markets. Humane Society International intervened to save the dogs and help the farmer transition to growing crops instead. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com
Staff and volunteers play with the rescued South Korean dogs to help acclimate them to humans and human touch shortly after they arrived at the Sacramento SPCA campus on Friday. The dogs were rescued from a South Korean dog farm where they were slated to be slaughtered for meat markets. Humane Society International intervened to save the dogs and help the farmer transition to growing crops instead. Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com

South Korean dogs adjust to life in Sacramento

March 25, 2015 2:41 PM

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