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Over 140 Dogs Were Rescued From A Meat Farm In South Korea

Newsy Wednesday, 19 July 2017
Over 140 Dogs Were Rescued From A Meat Farm In South KoreaWatch VideoHumane Society International has recovered 149 dogs and puppies that were going to be eaten during South Korea's Bok Nal days.

Bok Nal days mark South Korea's three hottest days of summer, according to the lunar calendar. As part of the tradition, dog meat is used to make a soup that is believed to cool the blood...
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Almost 150 dogs and puppies have been saved from being eaten after being rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea.

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