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Female

Silver

Silver was living in some garbage with two other dogs. The others were adopted as they were smaller than Silver. We brought her to our

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Male

Soondol

Soondol was born in a house which had sold dogs to a dog meat restaurant. He was once adopted, but due to the owner’s personal circumstances,

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Male

Biel

In August 2009—one of the hottest months in Korea—we received a report that there was a dog tied up in the sun outside a house.

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Female

Geumgang

Geumgang was born from a feral dog. All of her siblings were captured, but she ran away and hid in an old house owned by

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Male

Momo

Momo was rescued with an injured foot. He uses the top of his left foot to walk because of the curvature of his front leg,

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Male

Giant

Giant was rescued from an animal abuser, and although he was hurt a lot by his former owner, he still loves people. He is bigger than

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Female

Ji On

We rescued Ji On from an animal abuser, and although she was hurt a lot by his owner, she is still friendly with people. She

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Male

Gomdol

Gomdol was living with an old homeless lady who had an obsession with collecting objects. When we rescued him, he had heartworm, but he is

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Male

Dodo

Dodo’s mom was rescued by CARE in June of 2014 and gave birth to Dodo 2 months later. Soon after, little Dodo was adopted into

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Female

Lauren

Lauren is one of 100 dogs rescued from an animal hoarder. When she first came to the center, she was very timid and hid from

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Male

Earthy

Earthy is very friendly and always sits right next to the adoption center staff begging to be touched. He also loves to go for walkies.

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Female

Chunsa

Chunsa was rescued from a dog meat farm. She was adopted by someone, but Chunsa barked too much, and new her owner took her to

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