57 Adorable Dogs Arrive In San Francisco After Being Rescued From A Dog Meat Farm


They’ll be showing up at Sacramento and Bay Area adoption centers in the next few days.


Over the past couple of days a total of 57 dogs have made their way to San Francisco after being rescued by the Humane Society from a meat farm in South Korea.


Tomorrow these lovable pups will take the next step on their journeys to find new homes, and will be sent to placement partners in San Francisco, Oakland, Marin, and Sacramento.

After arriving in the U.S., the dogs were evaluated then given any necessary medical attention.


Now they’re ready to find new homes!

Say hello to Elly, one of the pups looking for a home!


Elly will be staying at the SFSPCA until she’s adopted. Stop by their Potrero Hill area location this weekend to say hi!

Who wouldn’t want this adorable fluffy guy?


Why hello there!


Interested in adopting?


The following adoption centers will be receiving dogs. Contact a location near you to find out more details:

Krista Maloney, 415-522-3507, kmaloney@sfspca.org

East Bay SPCA
Rita Wilds, 510.563.4621, rwilds@eastbayspca.org

Marin Humane Society
Lisa Bloch, 415.506.6256, lbloch@marinhumanesociety.org

Sacramento SPCA
Lesley Kirrene, (916) 599-0558, lesley@aboutfacecommunications.com

Even if you can’t adopt, you can help the Humane Society on their mission to put an end to dog farming!


South Korea is the only country that farms dogs for the dog meat trade. The Humane Society International is working to end this trade.

You can support the organization by making a donation at HSI.org.