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Korean Slaughter House Dogs Available Now For Adoption At Little Shelter

Where: Little Shelter, 33 Warner rd, Huntington, NY 11743
When: Saturday, March 13th, Noon
Contact: David Ceely (516-617-7252)

Recently Little Shelter’s Passage To Freedom Program rescued 10 dogs who faced certain death in Korea. The dogs had been raised for food in the Korean Meat Trade and were to be brought for slaughter when a local rescue group partnered with Little Shelter stepped in to give them the safety they needed and a chance at a home. After a long and tempestuous journey, the dogs finally arrived to safety on Monday, February 27th. Now three weeks after their arrival, the Korean dogs are ready for the final part of their journey – a happy ending, going home.

The most of the Korean dogs will be available this Saturday when the shelter opens at 12pm and we do not expect the dogs to be at the shelter long. Little Shelter has been receiving calls from interested families on a daily basis asking when the dogs will be available. With the surmounting interest in these special pups, we believe that there will be a crowd waiting at the gate on Saturday morning eagerly waiting to be the first to meet the dogs. The Korean dogs are between 4-15lbs and range in age from 9 months old to 3 years old and are very friendly. If you have been looking for a new furry family member, you will not want to miss meeting the Korean dogs.

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