Hopefully this will end the Yulin Festival | “OUR WORLD”

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Largest Dog Meat Auction House In South Korea Closes Following Lady Freethinker Investigation | “OUR WORLD”

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Before and After: L – Dogs at the Nakwon Auction House, photo from Lady Freethinker. R – The Nakwon Auction house has been shut down, photo from City of Namyangju

Lauren Lewis 4 days ago

World Animal News

In a major victory for animal advocates, what is most-likely the largest remaining dog meat auction house in South Korea, Nakwon Auction House, closed this week, following an inspection by Mayor Cho Kwang-han of the premise’s illegal dog meat farm and auction in the city of Namyangju. The dogs have been removed from the facility, and the owner has voluntarily reported the business’ closure to the government.

North Korea Reportedly Confiscating Pet Dogs In Capital, Owners Fear They’ll Be Used For Food

https://nationandstate.com/2020/08/18/north-korea-reportedly-confiscating-pet-dogs-in-capital-owners-fear-theyll-be-used-for-food/

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Cambodia’s Siem Reap province bans dog meat trade – ABC News

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A Cambodian province popular with tourists has banned
the trade and slaughter of dogs for meat, saying canines are loyal and
capable of protecting property and even serving in the military…

Siem Reap province, home to the ancient Angkor Wat ruins, is the first place
to issue such a ban in Cambodia, where an estimated 3 million dogs a
year are killed for meat.