Watchdog will shut down another dog meat farm/slaughterhouse in Hwaseong.
2 min readJan 14


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Some of the dogs once had homes but were abandoned, some were sold by their previous owners to a dog trader, and some were born on the dog meat farm. Regardless of their background, all of them eventually end up at a place called the “station.” Here they are destined to remain until they finally meet their fate as determined by nearby restaurants; as orders come in, they are slaughtered one by one.

There were about two to three hundred dogs in a dog farm/slaughterhouse we found in Hwaseong. The condition of the farm and its station was inhumane and squalid. We could identify the slaughtering equipment from the outside.

Watchdog completed a thorough investigation on this farm/slaughterhouse on January 2, and we will shut down this horrific place soon.

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Documentary: Cruel Death of South Korea’s Dogs. Dogs Are Innocent.(한국 댕댕이 잔혹사: 개는 죄가 없다)

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