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MessageSujet: dog meat    Lun 10 Sep - 5:01

April 15 , 2007

The religious history of eating dog meat

The ritual of eating dog meat started as a religious practice in the Philippines whereby dogs were sacrificed and their meat eaten when a family was faced with bad luck, or when a death was witnessed. The Filipinos believe that the spirit of the sacrificed dog protects and guards the spirits of the living family. The major difference between what occurred as an infrequent religious practice long ago and what is occurring today is how the dogs are treated. More than 20 years ago, before dog meat became commercialized, dogs were treated with respect and killed in a humane manner. Today they are tortured, made to suffer, and are brutally killed. Torture methods include tying their muzzles with rope so that they do not make any noise, stuffing them into the backs of trucks where there is little room to breathe, leaving them in vehicles for days without any food or water in the stifling heat, and slaughtering them. Another difference is that long ago dog meat was only eaten on certain tragic occasions. Today it is not hard to find dog meat in restaurants or public markets in and around the region of Baguio City.

What does the Animal Welfare Act say about torturing and killing dogs?

The Animal Welfare Act prohibits the torture of all animals and the killing of all animals except for livestock animals which include cattle, pigs, goats, sheep, poultry, rabbits, carabaos, horses, deer and crocodiles. Exceptions include those killed for religious purposes, which in our case pertains to dog meat. The Animal Welfare Act says: "Any form of cruelty shall be penalized even if the transporter has obtained a permit from the Bureau of Animal Industry. Cruelty in transporting includes overcrowding, placing of animals in the trunks or under the hood trunks of the vehicles" (Section 4). Section 6 of the act says: "It shall be unlawful for any person to torture any animal, to neglect to provide adequate care, sustenance or shelter, or maltreat any animal or to subject any dog or horse to dogfights or horsefights, kill or cause or procure to be tortured or deprived of adequate care, sustenance or shelter, or maltreat or use the same in research or experiments not expressly authorized by the Committee on Animal Welfare." Clearly, the illegal dog meat traders have violated the current law in place on two very important grounds: torturing and killing dogs for the purpose of commercialized sale.


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March 15 2007

What is the government doing about the illegal trade of dog meat?

Currently the government is doing very little to implement the law already in place to protect the welfare of dogs in the Philippines. Although it is not clear exactly why, there are a few reasons why this might be the case. First, it is believed that some if not many of the government officials partake in the eating of dog meat at restaurants in Baguio City themselves. Dog meat is often served as an appetizer along with an alcoholic beverage, making it more a more appealing choice. Another reason is that the police officials who are in charge of catching and arresting illegal dog meat traders are often bribed with money by the traders. If an illegal trader is brought into court, the trader usually pleas guilty as it is cheaper to pay the low fine that is charged than to hire a lawyer. Illegal dog meat traders are rarely arrested and are made to pay a small cost for violating the law, even though the law says the following about the penalty for violating the act: "Any person who violates any of the provisions of this Act shall, upon conviction by final judgment, be punished by imprisonment of not less than six (6) months nor more than two (2) years or a fine or not less than One thousand pesos (P1,000) nor more that Five thousand pesos (P5,000) or both at the discretion of the Court" (Section


Who eats dog meat and where does it come from?

Although the majority of the Filipino population is against eating their dear family pet, or anyone else's for that matter, there is still a large group of people located primarily in and around Baguio City and in the Cordilleras region who partake in the eating of dog meat. This is probably because dog meat is traded so openly and because there are numerous restaurants and eateries (approximately 60) that serve dog meat.The dogs that supply these restaurants and markets are transported from all over the Philippines, including the far reaching areas such as the southern Tagalog provinces, Visayas, and Mindanao. When they reach their destination, they are sold for as little as $1.30 USD/kg compared to pork and beef which are sold for $2.10 USD/kg and $3.00 USD/kg respectively. This is one of the reasons why dog meat is so popular. Another reason, which contributes to the cheap cost of the meat, is that dogs are readily available and don't need to be raised as they are found abundantly on the streets of every Philippines city. Individuals can be hired to catch stray dogs, providing an economic incentive to help maintain this market.
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What happens to the dogs once they reach their destination?


Approximately half of the dogs that are stuffed in small cages in the vehicles for transportation to Baguio City and the Cordilleras region die of starvation and dehydration. You may think that this is a loss of profit, but many of these dead dogs are passed off as being alive and are slaughtered nonetheless. The dogs that do survive this arduous journey are made to suffer even more as they are transported directly to illegal slaughterhouses.There they are removed from their cramped cages using looped poles and bashed in the head several times with the pole until they become unconscious. They are then slashed in the throat at the location of the jugular vein so that the blood that gushes out can be collected and then sold. Following this, the dog's body is placed over a fire to burn its fur. The dog is finally cut into however many desired pieces for sale to restaurants and public wet markets.
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MessageSujet: Re: dog meat    Lun 10 Sep - 5:03

march 15 , 2007

What can be done to stop the illegal trade of dog meat?

Because the dog meat market generates about $3.8 million US dollars annually, it is very hard to stop the trade in its tracks. What is essentially required to bring this trade to a halt is for the government to feel compelled enough to take severe action against those who illegally sell dog meat, and effectively implement the laws that they pass. The illegal dog meat traders don't think twice about capturing and selling dogs because a small fine becomes part of the cost of doing this kind of business. In order to make these illegal traders think twice about what they are doing, and possibly stop the trade forever, the law need to be taken more seriously. You can help pressure the government into passing a stricter law and taking this matter more seriously by educating your friends and family, and getting them to write a letter
to their local Philippines ambassador. Please send an email to your local Philippines ambassador asking him/her to relay your concerns. About the dog meat trade to the Philippines government. Feel free to use the sample letter below.

United States of America
His Excellency
Ambassador Albert F. Del Rosario
Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines
1600 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.
Washington, DC 20036
United States of America
phone: (202) 467-9300 or (202) 467-9363
fax: (202) 466-6288 or (202) 467-9417
e-mail:
[email]info@philippineembassy-usa.org[/email]
website: www.philippineembassy-usa.org

United Kingdom
His Excellency
Ambassador Edgardo B. Espiritu
Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines
9a Palace Green
London W8 4QE
United Kingdom
phone: (44) 20 7361-4621 or (44) 20 7937-1600
fax: 20 7937-2925
e-mail:
[email]consulars@philemb.org.uk[/email]
website: www.philemb.org.uk

Canada
His Excellency
Ambassador Jose S. Brillantes
Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines
130 Albert Street, Suite 606
Ottawa, Ontario KIP 5G4
Canada
phone: (613) 233-1121
fax: (613) 233-4165
e-mail:
[email]embassyofphilippines@rogers.com[/email]
website: www.philippineembassy.ca

Germany
Her Excellency
Ambassador Minerva Jean A. Falcon
Uhlandstrasse 97
10715 Berlin
Federal Republic of Germany
phone: 49 (30) 864-9500 or 95021 to 23
fax: 49 (30) 873-2551
e-mail:
[email]berlinpe@dfa.gov.ph[/email] or [email]berlinpe@t-online.de[/email]
website: www.philippine-embassy.de

sample letter

Dear Ambassador (name of ambassador),
I am writing to you to express my strong concerns about the dog meat trade in the Philippines. I commend your government for instituting national legislation banning the dog meat trade, but I understand that stronger laws and increased enforcement are needed to put a final end to this cruel practice.
I was horrified to learn from Dog Meat Trade.com that dogs destined for slaughter in Baguio are transported under such appalling conditions that up to 50% of them die en-route, while the survivors have their throats cut while still conscious.
I urge you to do all within your power to encourage your government to further its efforts to eliminate the dog meat trade completely. As a compassionate traveler, I choose tourism destinations that are committed to treating animals humanely. Only when the dog meat trade has been ended, will I consider traveling to the Philippines.
Sincerely,
(Your name and address)

In addition to writing your local Philippines ambassador you can further voice your concerns directly to the Philippines President through her website or by writing a letter urging her to put an end to the Philippines dog meat trade.
Philippines President webpage:
www.op.gov.ph/contact.asp
Philippines President mailing address:
Malacanang Palace
JP Laurel Street
San Miguel Manila NCR 1005

Y
ou can email the officials in the Philippine Department of Tourism office

- and the Philippine Department of Tourism
Foreign Offices in your country. The Philippine's Department of Tourism will be sensitive to the image that the Philippines is projecting overseas to potential tourists. Lastly, you can eMail the Philippine Embassy in your country. It is always a good idea to let your opinion be known, as Philippine Embassy officials tend to be sensitive to public opinion. Together, we really can make a difference.
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im againt all kinds of meat be it from dogs or cats or cows or horses ec t animas aint meat they aint food theyre beings they deserve to stay alive and its prohibited to kill em go vegan Optional
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Dear prospective attendees of the 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, South Korea:

I urge you today to please boycott the 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear prospective attendees of the 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, South Korea,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

The 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, South Korea: http://www.wcce9.org/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU

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Boycott The 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, S. Korea-Tell S. Korea to Ban the Dog Torture and Consumption Now!

Watch this video from one of hundreds of despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Dear prospective attendees of the 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, South Korea:

I urge you today to please boycott the 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear prospective attendees of the 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, South Korea,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

Dear prospective attendees of the 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, South Korea,
If you wish to be excluded from receiving these petition emails, please contact me and I would be glad to remove your name. Equally, if you support this cause to end the horrific cruelty to millions of dogs and cats, I would be glad to hear from you.

The 2013 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Seoul, South Korea: http://www.wcce9.org/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU



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Dogs are not FOOD!

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I thought that Koreans and Japanese nations are civilized, I was very wrong . They are worth than Barbarians

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South Korea needs to follow their own Animal Protection Laws for companion animals and educate their populous to it. And get with the times.

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Please stop this barbaric, outdated and unnecessary process immediately.

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Dogs are not FOOD!

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Report this comment: This comment is inappropriate Cancel JOANNA PARSZUTOWICZ LONDON, United Kingdom about 1 hour ago Liked 0 how anyone be so cruel?? South Korea will never be considered as a civilised and modern country untill it sorts out the issue of torturing and murdering dogs and cats (and other animals)!!!
South Korea is a barbaric and backward country just like China!!! Shame on you South Korea!!!
The world is watching you!!!
Report this comment: This comment is inappropriate Cancel Sam Terry Australia about 1 hour ago Liked 0 Well I'm a vegetarian to begin with, and the thought of animals that we call our beloved pets being eaten disgusts me as much as anything else. But perhaps being able to stop some of the slaughter may be able to help, even the biggest bit. It's just so wrong. If I'm a 15 year old male and I can live in a country town in Australia and live a vegetarian lifestyle, I'm sure anyone can.
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Dear Members of the International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX):

I urge you today to please boycott XIII 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear members of the International Union of Toxicology,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

The 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea: http://www.ict2013seoul.org/
International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX): http://www.iutox.org/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU

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I just signed the following petition addressed to: Members of International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX).

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Boycott 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea!

Watch this video from one of hundreds of despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Dear Members of the International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX):

I urge you today to please boycott XIII 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear members of the International Union of Toxicology,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

Dear Members of the International Union of Toxicology,
If you wish to be excluded from receiving these petition emails, please contact me and I would be glad to remove your name. Equally, if you support this cause to end the horrific cruelty to millions of dogs and cats, I would be glad to hear from you.

The 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea: http://www.ict2013seoul.org/
International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX): http://www.iutox.org/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU


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Boycott this nation of shame! South Korea - end your horrendous torture and killing of dogs and cats now!

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For me it's important to treat animals with respect. This is everything but respectfully, it's a shame!

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korean savages are disgusting.
stop this shameful abusing.

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pour ne plus jamais voir ces images digne des films d'horreur mond dieu quel pitié pour ces pauvres betes tous ca a cause des salopes qui portent de la fourrures a faire abolir maintenant

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I urge you today to please boycott International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear sponsors and partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea: http://www.energyexpo.co.kr/eng/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU

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Watch this video from one of hundreds of despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Dear sponsors and partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea:

I urge you today to please boycott International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear sponsors and partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

Dear sponsors and partners of International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea:
If you wish to be excluded from receiving these petition emails, please contact me and I would be glad to remove your name. Equally, if you support this cause to end the horrific cruelty to millions of dogs and cats, I would be glad to hear from you.

International Green Energy Expo & Conference Korea 2013 in Daegu, South Korea: http://www.energyexpo.co.kr/eng/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU



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the way they keep them before they skin and kill them in horrific ways has to stop

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Eating dog is evil actg

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Because we have no right to act this way, and animal welfare is one of the most important things in the world.

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Executive Committee, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics Renato Maia Guimaraes
Executive Committee, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics Isabella Aboderin
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Toni C. Antonucci
Regional Chair, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics Peng Du
Regional Chair, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics Jose Richard Jauregui
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Watch this video from one of hundreds of despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Dear Members of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG):

I urge you today to please boycott The 20th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2013 in Seoul, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

As we, humans, can expect to live past 100 years with the advancement of medical science and improvement in quality of life, these dogs who are born to be eaten are slaughtered before they reach the age of 1 year....short lives in utter misery and agony.

Dear members of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

The 20th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2013 in Seoul, South Korea: http://www.iagg2013.org/Eng/index.php

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8

Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU

Petition Letter
Greetings,

I just signed the following petition addressed to: International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics.

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Boycott IAGG World Congress of Gerontology & Geriatrics 2013 in Seoul, South Korea

Watch this video from one of hundreds of despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Dear members of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics:

I urge you today to please boycott The 20th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2013 in Seoul, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

As we, humans, can expect to live past 100 years with the advancement of medical science and improvement in quality of life, these dogs who are born to be eaten are slaughtered before they reach the age of 1 year....short lives in utter misery and agony.

Dear members of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

Dear members of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics:
If you wish to be excluded from receiving these petition emails, please contact me and I would be glad to remove your name. Equally, if you support this cause to end the horrific cruelty to millions of dogs and cats, I would be glad to hear from you.

The 20th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2013 in Seoul, South Korea: http://www.iagg2013.org/Eng/index.php

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU




[Your name] Aimee Wiederhold Acworth, GA 20m Jolanda Fields Lenore, WV 1h mandy thomson Arbroath, United Kingdom 1h Ina Hueper Wiesbaden, Germany 1h Janet Kennedy Dewsbury, United Kingdom 2h maria alipranti Amarousion, Greece 2h Lene Harries Ålborg SV, Denmark 2h Lucy Bradford Stroud, IL 3h maxim svatkovski 3, DE 3h Heidi Breschan Wien, Austria 4h Supporters
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Cindy de Jong Alphen aan den rijn, Netherlands 3 days ago Liked 1 Dogs have no voice, we give them a voice. Stop this madness
Report this comment: This comment is inappropriate Cancel Tina Mandell Taunton, MA 4 days ago Liked 1 To torture any living being is abhorrent, whether it be man or animal. I would like to see this procedure stopped.. everywhere in the world.
Report this comment: This comment is inappropriate Cancel Elise Durand dryden, Canada 4 days ago Liked 1 This is so crule STOP this NOW this is like sick and not right and you have NO heart.!!!! Animals have the right to live as well as we do. this jsut makes me sick.!!!
Report this comment: This comment is inappropriate Cancel Michele Bowes Statesville, NC 4 days ago Liked 1 This is a sick thing, that they are doing to these dogs and cats.. This has to end!!
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Kiki Tsirkos
East Elmhurst, Canada about 9 hours ago Liked 0
I will NEVER be able to UNSEE this despicable INHUMAN TORTURE and SUFFERING inflicted upon mans BEST FRIEND. No wonder this planet is being punished with heinous acts as these inflicted needlessly upon innocents. I forced myself to watch these soulless people killing these dogs and it seemed they were enjoying it. I really wish that they get the same treatment done to them as they have inflicted upon the innocent babies they torture. How can they LISTEN to the wailing and crying of these innocents. THEY DESERVE THE WORST OF THE WORST and my words or anyone's WORDS wont do any good. You can't be taught COMPASSION if you don't already feel it from within. My heart BLEEDS for the DOGS in China and Korea or any Asian country that think nothing of boiling a dog alive or skinning it on the street alive as it struggles in pain with it's DYING BREATH. May all of the beautiful babies meet at the rainbow bridge and and run free with no pain and suffering bestowed upon them here on Earth.

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cindy craig
KENTVILLE, Canada about 13 hours ago Liked 0
This practice is barbaric and should be stopped immediately. The people who do this to dogs and cats should rot and go to hell for what they are doing. get a heart

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Pat Beamon
Louisville, KY about 16 hours ago Liked 0
I think this is SICK. These animals are kind and loving. They might as well eat their own children, no difference to them that would eat these beautiful animals.

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Susanne Panje
Kremperheide, Germany about 16 hours ago Liked 0
TIERE SPÜREN SCHMERZEN genauso wie MENSCHEN!!! RETTET DIE TIERE und QUÄLT sie NICHT!!!

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MessageSujet: Re: dog meat    Jeu 20 Sep - 6:40

SEPTEMBER 19TH 2012

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Watch this video from one of many despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in Incheon, South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Dear members of the Rehabilitation International:

I urge you today to please boycott 2012 RI World Congress in Incheon, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear members of the Rehabilitation International,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

2012 RI World Congress in Incheon, South Korea: http://www.riincheon2012.org/world/
Rehabilitation International: http://www.riglobal.org/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU

Petition Letter
Greetings,

I just signed the following petition addressed to: Rehabilitation International.

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Boycott 2012 RI World Congress in Incheon, South Korea

Watch this video from one of many despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in Incheon, South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Dear members of the Rehabilitation International:

I urge you today to please boycott 2012 RI World Congress in Incheon, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear members of the Rehabilitation International,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

Dear members of the Rehabilitation International:
If you wish to be excluded from receiving these petition emails, please contact me and I would be glad to remove your name. Equally, if you support this cause to end the horrific cruelty to millions of dogs and cats, I would be glad to hear from you.

2012 RI World Congress in Incheon, South Korea: http://www.riincheon2012.org/world/
Rehabilitation International: http://www.riglobal.org/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU

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MessageSujet: Re: dog meat    Jeu 20 Sep - 6:42

septeber the 19 th of 2012

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Watch this video from one of hundreds of despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Dear Members of the International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX):

I urge you today to please boycott XIII 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear members of the International Union of Toxicology,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

The 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea: http://www.ict2013seoul.org/
International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX): http://www.iutox.org/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU

Petition Letter
Greetings,

I just signed the following petition addressed to: Members of International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX).

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Boycott 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea!

Watch this video from one of hundreds of despicable illegal dog slaughterhouses in South Korea: http://youtu.be/ldblUoQ2tvo

Dear Members of the International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX):

I urge you today to please boycott XIII 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea and stand against the appalling and despicable cruelty committed against the millions of innocent dogs in South Korea every year.

Harriet Beecher Stowe said, "It's a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done."

In South Korea, 2 million dogs are tortured and eaten every year. Even though the country has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hanged, electrocuted and treated abominably by farmers and slaughters. And dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of naive customers.

These sickening practices have no place in the modern world. Other countries in Asia have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it many years ago: Taiwan in 2001, Hong Kong in 1950, Philippines in 1998, Thailand in 2000,... Why does South Korea lag behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It's the responsibility of the South Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog and cat meat industries. Now is the time to cast off the absurd myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. Now is the time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And now is the time for South Korea to start taking animal protection seriously and show that it really does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the South Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, about not abandoning animal companions, and about treating animals respectfully.

Until these things are done, South Korea's reputation in the international community will continue to suffer, despite its dazzling modernization and global thinking. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment.

There is no appropriate animal-protection legislation to prevent the animal cruelty currently taking place in South Korea. As someone who believes strongly that animals should not be treated in this way, I urge the South Korean Government to strengthen the Animal Protection Law to prevent animal cruelty and to introduce basic animal-protection regulations. It must also provide penalties for violations and ensure that mistreated animals can be legally seized from abusers and given immediate refuge. I request that the South Korean Government create an enforceable law to ban the torture, killing, sale, and consumption of dogs and cats.

Dear members of the International Union of Toxicology,
You have the power to make a difference for these poor animals who are forced to endure the most agonizing and unimaginable suffering. Would you please stand by these animals today and be their voice?

Sincerely,

Dear Members of the International Union of Toxicology,
If you wish to be excluded from receiving these petition emails, please contact me and I would be glad to remove your name. Equally, if you support this cause to end the horrific cruelty to millions of dogs and cats, I would be glad to hear from you.

The 2013 International Congress of Toxicology in Seoul, South Korea: http://www.ict2013seoul.org/
International Union of Toxicology (IUTOX): http://www.iutox.org/

South Korea's dog meat industry where all kinds of dogs are tortured and eaten: http://youtu.be/_JPYK3yTqWY (Part 1 of 2)
http://youtu.be/hXe3GV0GOB4 (Part 2 of 2)
Cruelty during transport: http://youtu.be/MJ1Z4ZT1Sv8
Cruelty at dog meat market: http://youtu.be/tplMHTQjzpU


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SEPtember 13 , 2012

Internatio​nal Day of Action for South Korean Dogs and Cats is coming soon

International Day Of Action For South Korean Dogs And Cats
On (or around) August 7, please join IDA for events throughout the world
In Defense of Animals invites you to take action on behalf of the millions of innocent dogs and cats who are tortured and killed in South Korea for human consumption.
Events are scheduled worldwide on (or around) August 7. In the United States, IDA's main event will be a stirring march and rally in Washington, D.C., where we will be joined by the Animal Welfare Institute (AWI). Events are also scheduled in numerous other U.S. cities, Canada, Australia, Thailand, South Africa, and, of course, South Korea.
Please be a voice for the dogs and cats of South Korea by joining others in your community for this enormous outreach effort. Your participation helps spread the message that dogs and cats are to be loved, cherished, and respected, not tortured and eaten.
Click here to see if there is an event in your area. If there isn't, it's not too late to organize an event, and we can help. Contact Hope@idausa.org for ideas, materials and support.
Protests will happen at various South Korean Consulates, and activists are organizing info tables and leafleting events from the Atlantic City, New Jersey boardwalk to the Ft. Lauderdale, Florida beach to a flash mob in South Africa! There will be twitter contests and a puppet show.
Click here to visit our event Facebook page.
If you have questions about IDA's South Korean Dog and Cat Campaign, contact Robin Dorman: robin@idausa.org, 415-331-8659.
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This year's global day of action will coincide with South Korea's "Bok-Nal" (dog-eating days). Though dog meat is consumed throughout the year, the practice becomes ritualized, mythologized, and celebrated during the summer months, when farms are teeming with dogs, and the restaurants are overflowing with customers who believe dog meat will strengthen their bodies and help beat the heat.
Bok-Nal, according to the lunar calendar, falls on the hottest days of the year, which in 2012 are July 18, 28, and August 7. It is also a time when activists around the world stage protests and rallies condemning the consumption of dog and cat meat and the appalling indifference of the South Korean government. On July 18, one of our South Korean partners, People Defending Animals, held its Bok-Nal event in downtown Seoul at lunchtime, in front of three restaurants that serve dog meat, drawing large and enthusiastic crowds - over a thousand people in less than an hour.
The $2 billion dollar-a-year South Korean dog and cat meat industry slaughters approximately two and a half million dogs a year for meat or gaesoju, a dog wine or broth, and thousands of cats for so-called health tonics or goyangyeesoju, and soup. Dogs are killed in the most horrific fashion: high-voltage electrocution, which takes anywhere from thirty seconds to three minutes, hanged, or even beaten to death, because of the myth that the greater the suffering, the more tender and tastier the meat. Some even believe that the suffering enhances the alleged health benefits. Cats are often bludgeoned and thrown into boiling water while still alive. Click here to learn more and view documentation obtained by IDA's undercover investigator just a few months ago.
Please click here to donate to this campaign. Help IDA spread the word about the eating of dogs and cats in South Korea.

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September 13 , 2012

Thank You For Rescuing Me From The Meat Market

During one of our most dangerous undercover investigations ever, to document the South Korean dog meat trade, IDA rescued a dozen dogs and one cat who were all destined for torture and slaughter.

IDA saved Beauty, the dog pictured here, and her friends and covered ALL expenses to bring them from South Korea to the United States. Your donations paid for transportation, boarding, intensive medical treatment, spay and neuter, therapy, and more. Soon, the last of these recent rescues will be safe aboard a U.S.-bound jet. Beauty, who once faced a slow and agonizing death in South Korea's biggest dog meat market, is now living the dream life at a California vineyard!
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Thank You For Saving My Life!

Now please use the secure form at the bottom of this page to rescue my friends.


During one of our most dangerous undercover investigations ever, IDA rescued a dozen dogs and one cat, all of whom were destined for torture and slaughter, the dogs for meat, a dog wine, or broth, and cats for health tonics and soup.

IDA saved Beauty, the dog pictured here, Biko, and friends and covered ALL expenses to bring them from South Korea to the United States. Your donations paid for transportation, boarding, intensive medical treatment, spay and neuter, therapy, and more! Soon, the last of these recent rescues will be safe aboard a US-bound jet.

You can turn the tide for South Korea’s dogs and cats!

In Defense of Animals won’t rest until:

the South Korean government institutes a BAN ON DOG AND CAT MEAT.
the LIES ARE EXPOSED and the good citizens of South Korea finally see the tragic truth about what’s being passed off to them as "the number one health food" by profiteering charlatans with cartoonish names like Dr. Dog Meat.
that final feces-slick cage door is opened, and THE LAST DOG AND CAT are rushed into the waiting arms of a loving family.
And, in one of the most daring plans IDA has ever conceived ...

we will continue to rescue South Korea's helpless "meat prisoners," one precious life at a time. With our dedicated partners, we will launch a massive open rescue that reaches even the most remote dog farms in the country.
It will take enormous resources to plan and launch a rescue of this magnitude – including a network of foster homes, plus medical treatment, transportation, and more. IDA urgently needs funding to sustain the momentum you helped set in motion.

Please use the secure form below to support this extraordinary effort. Consider an automatic monthly gift of $25 – or a one-time gift of whatever you can manage – to continue the life-saving progress now being made for dogs and cats in South Korea. Thank you!

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may 1 2012

Nureongi
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nureongi (누렁이)

Nureongi "Hwangu"
Country of origin Korea
[hide]Traits
Color yellow
[show]Classification and standards
Dog (Canis lupus familiaris)
Nureongi
Hangul 누렁이, 황구
Hanja 黃狗
Revised Romanization Nureongi
McCune–Reischauer Nurŏngi
The Nureongi (also spelled Noo-rung-yee)[1][2] is a yellowish dog landrace from Korea. It is most often used as a livestock dog, raised for its meat and not commonly kept as a pet.
Contents [hide]
1 Terminology
2 Description and population size
3 See also
4 References
[edit]Terminology

This dog has no formal name in the Korean language. "Nureongi" (누렁이) and "hwangu" (황구; 黃狗) are informal Korean words meaning "yellow one", and might best translate as "Brownie" or "Blackie", if those referred to a yellow animal, somewhat as the word "Yeller" has been used as a name for any yellow animal in English.[3] Another common term is the Korean slang "ddong-gae" (똥개), meaning "dung dogs" or "shit dogs", which refers to the common dogs' habit of eating feces.[4][5] The dogs are generally considered by Koreans to be "mutts", "mongrels", or "curs" and are not normally allowed into the home.
The Korean culture and language distinguishes between these dogs and pet dogs. Chinese pet dogs such as Pekingese and beloved Korean hunting dogs such as the Jindo are spoken of using words of Chinese origin, "견" and "犬", whereas free-ranging urban dogs, wolves, and meat dogs are thought of as mere "구" or "狗". Only the latter has been commonly used for foodstocks.
"Hwangu" (yellow dog) has been considered better for food than "baekgu" (white dog) and "heukgu" (black dog).[6]
In 2008, the Korean government discussed a proposal to legalize the meat dog trade by formally recognizing these dogs as "livestock".[3] The proposal was not adopted.
[edit]Description and population size

In a study about dog and cat meat consumption in South Korea, Anthony Podberscek of Cambridge University's Department of Veterinary Medicine notes that, while other kinds of dogs are also farmed and eaten, nureongi (yellow dog) is most common dog used in this way. He describes them as "mid-sized, short haired, and yellow furred," notes that they "are not normally kept as pets," [7] and includes a photograph in which the specific dogs he refers to as “nureongi”, which he also calls "meat dogs," can be seen in the background, caged in an open-air meat market in South Korea. The dogs are quite uniform in appearance, medium-sized spitz-types with short yellow hair and melanistic masks.[8]
In a paper arguing in favor of dog meat consumption in South Korea, Dr. Ahn Yong Geun, (Ph.D. biology, Osaka City University, Japan, Professor in Food and Nutrition in Cheung Chong University) in South Korea, asserts the existence of a "unique" Korean livestock dog "specifically bred and raised as food" which is not the same as the pet dogs Koreans keep and love and treat as family members. He cites evidence from Statistics Korea giving his reader some idea of how many such dogs there are. As of 1998, there were 2,246,357 dogs in Korea, but only 882,482 households with pet dogs, and as most Korean pet owners do not have more than one dog, he concluded that the "unique" Korean livestock dog must have outnumbered all other kinds of dogs that lived in Korea in that year.[9]
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Dog meat
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This article is about human consumption of dog flesh and parts. For meat eaten by dogs themselves, see dog food. For the character in the Fallout series of video games, see Dogmeat.


Dog meat on sale at the Kyungdong Shijang Market in Seoul, South Korea, in September 2007.
Dog meat
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)
Energy 1,096 kJ (262 kcal)
Carbohydrates 0.1 g
- Dietary fiber 0 g
Fat 20.2 g
Protein 19 g
Water 60.1 g
Vitamin A equiv. 3.6 μg (0%)
Thiamine (vit. B1) 0.12 mg (10%)
Riboflavin (vit. B2) 0.18 mg (15%)
Niacin (vit. B3) 1.9 mg (13%)
Vitamin C 3 mg (4%)
Calcium 8 mg (1%)
Iron 2.8 mg (22%)
Phosphorus 168 mg (24%)
Potassium 270 mg (6%)
Sodium 72 mg (5%)
Ash 0.8 g
Percentages are relative to
US recommendations for adults.
Source: Yong-Geun Ann (1999)[1]
Dog meat refers to the flesh and other edible parts derived from dogs. Human consumption of dog meat has been recorded in many parts of the world, including ancient China, ancient Mexico, and ancient Rome.[2] Dog meat is consumed in a variety of countries such as Switzerland,[3] China,[4] Vietnam,[5] South Korea.[6] Dog meat has also been used as survival food in times of war and/or other hardships.[7][8]
Today, some cultures[which?] view the consumption of dog meat to be a part of their traditional cuisine, while others consider consumption of dog to be inappropriate and offensive on both social and religious grounds. Especially with cultural globalization, greater international criticism (particularly from international animal organizations such as the World Society for the Protection of Animals) has been increasingly directed against dog meat consumption and the torture of dogs caged and farmed for their meat.[9] In response to criticisms, proponents of dog meat have argued that distinctions between livestock and pets is subjective, and that there is no difference with eating the meat of different animals.[10][11][12] Historical cultural records in China have, however, noted how Chinese variations on Buddhism have preached against the consumption of dog meat, which is held to be one of the five 'forbidden meats'. Eating dog is also forbidden under both Jewish dietary laws[13] and Islamic dietary laws.[14][15]
Contents [hide]
1 By region
1.1 Africa
1.1.1 Cameroon
1.1.2 Ghana
1.1.3 Nigeria
1.2 Americas
1.2.1 Canada
1.2.2 Ancient Mexico
1.2.3 United States of America
1.2.4 Native Americans
1.3 Arctic and Antarctic
1.4 Asia/Pacific
1.4.1 China
1.4.1.1 Mainland China
1.4.1.2 Hong Kong
1.4.1.3 Taiwan
1.4.2 India
1.4.3 Indonesia
1.4.4 Japan
1.4.5 Korea
1.4.5.1 South Korea
1.4.5.2 North Korea
1.4.6 New Zealand
1.4.7 Philippines
1.4.8 Polynesia
1.4.9 Thailand
1.4.10 Timor Leste
1.4.11 Uzbekistan
1.4.12 Vietnam
1.5 Europe
1.5.1 Belgium
1.5.2 France
1.5.3 Germany
1.5.3.1 Saxony
1.5.4 The Netherlands
1.5.5 Poland
1.5.6 Switzerland
2 See also
3 Notes
4 Further reading
5 External links
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[edit]Africa
[edit]Cameroon
The Mandara mountains people like dog meat[citation needed]. The Mayo-Plata (Mayo Sava district) market is well known for its dog meat outlets[citation needed]. Among the Vame people, domestic dogs are only eaten for specific rituals.[16]
[edit]Ghana
The Tallensi, one of many cultures of Ghana, consider dog meat a delicacy. While the Mamprusi generally avoid dog meat, it is eaten in a "courtship stew" provided by a king to his royal lineage. Two Tribes in Ghana, Frafra and Dagaaba are particularly known to be "tribal playmates" and consumption of dog meat is the common bond between the two tribes. Every year around September, games are organised between these two tribes and the Dog Head is the trophy at stake for the winning tribe[17]
[edit]Nigeria
Dogs are eaten by various groups in some states of Nigeria, including Akwa Ibom, Cross River, Plateau, Taraba and Gombe of Nigeria.[17] They are believed to have medicinal powers.[18][19]
[edit]Americas
[edit]Canada
It is illegal to sell or serve dog meat, unless it is killed and gutted in front of federal inspectors.[20] If a dog is killed out of the view of federal inspectors, the killing might involve cruelty, which would be a violation of the Criminal Code of Canada, and those convicted may be sentenced to up to 5 years in prison.[21]
[edit]Ancient Mexico
In the time of the Aztec Empire in what is now central Mexico, Mexican Hairless Dogs were bred, among other purposes,[22] for their meat. Hernán Cortés reported when he arrived in Tenochtitlan in 1519, "small gelded dogs which they breed for eating" were among the goods sold in the city markets.[23] These dogs, Xoloitzcuintles, were often depicted in pre-Columbian Mexican pottery. The breed was almost extinct in the 1940s, but the British Military Attaché in Mexico City, Norman Wright, developed a thriving breed from some of the dogs he found in remote villages.[24]
[edit]United States of America
The term "dog" has been used as a synonym for sausage since 1884 and accusations that sausage makers used dog meat date to at least 1845.[25] The belief that sausages contained dog meat was occasionally justified.[26]
In 1846, a group of 87 American pioneers were stranded by snow while traveling in the Sierra Nevada. Some of the starving people from this group, known posthumously as the Donner Party, ate a pet dog for sustenance.[27]
In late 19th century, a cure for tuberculosis (then colloquially termed "consumption") using an exclusive diet of dog meat was tried.[28] Reports of families eating dog meat out of choice, rather than necessity, were rare and newsworthy. Stories of families in Ohio and Newark, New Jersey who did so made it into editions of The New York Times in 1876 and 1885.[29][30]
In the early 20th century, dog meat was consumed during times of food shortage.[31]
[edit]Native Americans
The traditional culture surrounding the consumption of dog meat varied from tribe to tribe among the original inhabitants of North America, with some tribes relishing it as a delicacy, and others (such as the Comanche) treating it as an abhorrent practice.[32] Native peoples of the Great Plains, such as the Sioux and Cheyenne, consumed it, but there was a concurrent religious taboo against the meat of wild canines.[33]
During their 1803–1806 expedition, Meriwether Lewis and the other members of the Corps of Discovery consumed dog meat, either from their own animals or supplied by Native American tribes, including the Paiutes and Wah-clel-lah Indians, a branch of the Watlatas,[34] the Clatsop,[35] the Teton Sioux (Lakota),[36] the Nez Perce Indians,[37] and the Hidatsas.[38] Lewis and the members of the expedition ate dog meat, except William Clark, who reportedly could not bring himself to eat dogs.[39]
The Kickapoo people include puppy meat in many of their traditional festivals.[40] This practice has been well documented in the Works Progress Administration "Indian Pioneer History Project for Oklahoma".[41][42]
[edit]Arctic and Antarctic
Dogs have historically been emergency food sources for various peoples in Siberia, northern Canada, and Greenland. Sled dogs are usually maintained for pulling sleds, but occasionally are eaten when no other food is available.
British explorer Ernest Shackleton and his Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition became trapped, and ultimately killed their sled dogs for food. Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen was known to have eaten sled dogs during his expedition to the South Pole. By eating some of the sled dogs, he required less human or dog food, thus lightening his load. When comparing sled dogs to ponies as draught animals he also notes:
"...there is the obvious advantage that dog can be fed on dog. One can reduce one's pack little by little, slaughtering the feebler ones and feeding the chosen with them. In this way they get fresh meat. Our dogs lived on dog's flesh and pemmican the whole way, and this enabled them to do splendid work. And if we ourselves wanted a piece of fresh meat we could cut off a delicate little fillet; it tasted to us as good as the best beef. The dogs do not object at all; as long as they get their share they do not mind what part of their comrade's carcass it comes from. All that was left after one of these canine meals was the teeth of the victim - and if it had been a really hard day, these also disappeared."[43]
Douglas Mawson and Xavier Mertz were part of the Far Eastern Party, a three-man sledging team with Lieutenant B.E.S. Ninnis, to survey King George V Land, Antarctica. On 14 December 1912 Ninnis fell through a snow-covered crevasse along with most of the party's rations, and was never seen again. Mawson and Mertz turned back immediately. They had one and a half weeks' food for themselves and nothing at all for the dogs. Their meagre provisions forced them to eat their remaining sled dogs on their 315 mile return journey. Their meat was tough, stringy and without a vestige of fat. Each animal yielded very little, and the major part was fed to the surviving dogs, which ate the meat, skin and bones until nothing remained. The men also ate the dog's brains and livers. Unfortunately eating the liver of sled dogs produces the condition hypervitaminosis A because canines have a much higher tolerance for vitamin A than humans do. Mertz suffered a quick deterioration. He developed stomach pains and became incapacitated and incoherent. On 7 January 1913, Mertz died. Mawson continued alone, eventually making it back to camp alive.[8]
[edit]Asia/Pacific
[edit]China
[edit]Mainland China
Dog meat
Chinese 狗肉
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Mutton of the earth
Chinese 地羊
Literal meaning earth lamb
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Fragrant meat
Chinese 香肉
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3-6 fragrant meat
Chinese 三六香肉
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A platter of cooked dog meat in Guilin, China


Dog meat sold in Shanghai
Dog meat (Chinese: 狗肉; pinyin: gǒu ròu) has been a source of food in some areas of China from around 500 BC, and possibly even earlier. Researchers in the Royal University of Technology theorized that wolves in southern China may have been domesticated as a source of meat.[44] Mencius, the philosopher, talked about dog meat as being an edible, dietary meat.[45] Dog meat is sometimes euphemistically called "fragrant meat" (香肉 xiāng ròu) or "mutton of the earth" (地羊 dì yáng) in Mandarin Chinese and "3-6 fragrant meat" (Chinese: 三六香肉; Cantonese Yale: sàam luhk hèung yuhk) in Cantonese (3 plus 6 is 9 and the words "nine" and "dog" are homophones, both pronounced gáu in Cantonese. In Mandarin, "nine" and "dog" are pronounced differently).
The eating of dog meat in China dates back thousands of years. It is thought to have medicinal properties, and is especially popular in winter months, as it is believed to generate heat and promote bodily warmth.[46][47][48] The meat is popular in Guangdong and Guangxi[49] whence it went on the menu for Chinese astronauts to consume in outer space.[50] Historical records have moreover shown how in times of food scarcities (as in war-time situations), dogs could also be eaten as an emergency food source.[51]
But while remnants of this tradition remain in certain quarters of Chinese society, the degree to which it is deemed to be socially acceptable has now become contested, with Chinese animal groups and pet-owners increasingly speaking out against the practice. Controversy has centered particularly on the cruel and inhumane treatment[citation needed] of dogs prior to their slaughter, with allegations having surfaced that these animals can at times be skinned while still alive.[52] Most notably, a series of events that occurred in various parts of the country in 2012 have raised further awareness on this issue in the mainland, with local and international news media having reported on how Chinese netizens and the Chinese police had been intercepting trucks transporting caged dogs to be slaughtered in such localities as Chongqing and Kunming.[53][54][55]
The movement against the consumption of cat and dog meat was given added impetus by the formation of the Chinese Companion Animal Protection Network (CCAPN), a networking project of the Chinese Animal Protection Network. Expanded to more than 40 member societies, CCAPN in January 2006 began organizing well-publicized protests against dog and cat eating, starting in Guangzhou, and following up in more than ten other cities "with very optimal response from public."[56] Before the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Chinese officials in Beijing ordered dog meat to be taken off of the menu at its 112 official Olympic restaurants in order to not offend visitors from various nations who would be appalled by the offering of dog meat at Beijing eateries.[57]
From January 2007, more than ten Chinese groups joined an online petition against the consumption of cat and dog meat. The signatures indicate the participants will avoid eating cat and dog meat in the future. The petition received more than 42,000 signatures from the public out of a population of over one billion, and has been circulated around the country.[58][not in citation given]
In China, draft legislation was proposed at the start of 2010, which aims to prohibit the consumption of dog meat.[49] The legislation, however, is not expected to be effective, despite officially outlawing the eating of dog meat if it is passed.[49] On 26 January 2010, the first draft proposal of the legislation was introduced, with the main reason for the law reportedly to protect the country's animals from maltreatment, and includes a measure to jail people who eat dog for up to 15 days.[59][60] However food festivals continue to promote the meat. For example the 4th annual Yulin, Shaanxi food fair that took place on May 29, 2011 spanning 10 days consumed 15,000 dogs.[61][62]


Dogs being butchered in Guangdong
[edit]Hong Kong
In Hong Kong, the Dogs and Cats Ordinance was introduced by the Hong Kong Government on 6 January 1950,.[63] It prohibits the slaughter of any dog or cat for use as food, whether for mankind or otherwise, on pain of fine and imprisonment.[64][65] Four local men were sentenced to 30 days imprisonment in December 2006 for having slaughtered two dogs.[66] In an earlier case, in February 1998, a Hong Konger was sentenced to one month imprisonment and a fine of two thousand HK dollars for hunting street dogs for food.[67]
[edit]Taiwan
In 2001, the Taiwanese government imposed a ban on the sale of dog meat, due to both pressure from domestic animal welfare groups and a desire to improve international perceptions, although there were some protests.[68] In 2007, another law was passed, significantly increasing the fines to sellers of dog meat.[69] However, animal rights campaigners have accused the Taiwanese government of not prosecuting those who continue to slaughter and serve dog meat at restaurants. Although the slaughter and consumption of dog meat is illegal in Taiwan, there are reports that suggest the practice continues as of 2011.[70]
In Taiwan, dog meat is known by the euphemism "fragrant meat" (Chinese: 香肉; pinyin: xiāngròu). In 2007, legislators passed a law to fine sellers of dog meat NT$250,000 (US$7,730). Dog meat is believed to have health benefits, including improving circulation and raising body temperature.[69]
[edit]India
In India, dog meat is eaten only by certain communities in the Northeast Indian border states of Mizoram,[71] Nagaland,[72] and Manipur [73] where it is considered to be a delicacy.
[edit]Indonesia
Indonesia is predominantly Muslim, a faith which considers dog meat, along with pork to be "haraam" (ritually unclean) and therefore do not eat it. However, dog meat is eaten by several of Indonesia's non-Muslim minorities.[74]
The consumption of dog meat is associated with the Minahasa culture of northern Sulawesi and the Bataks of northern Sumatra, where dog meat is considered a festive dish usually reserved for occasions such as weddings and Christmas.[75]
Popular Indonesian dog-meat dishes are rica-rica, also called rintek wuuk or "RW",[74] rica-rica waung, guk-guk, and "B1". On Java, there are several dishes made from dog meat, such as sengsu (tongseng asu), sate jamu, and kambing balap.
Dog consumption in Indonesia gained attention in United States where dog is a taboo food, during 2012 Presidential election when incumbent Barack Obama was pointed by his opponent to have eaten dog meat served by his Indonesian stepfather Lolo Soetoro during his stay in the country.[74]
[edit]Japan
The consumption of dog meat is not a feature of modern Japanese culture. Dog meat was consumed in Japan until 675 A.D., when Emperor Temmu decreed a prohibition on its consumption during the 4th–9th months of the year.[76] According to Meisan Shojiki Ōrai (名産諸色往来) published in 1760, the meat of wild dog was sold along with boar, deer, fox, wolf, bear, raccoon dog, otter, weasel and cat in some regions of Edo.[77] Ōta Nampo recorded witnessing puppies being eaten in Satsuma Province in a dish called Enokoro Meshi (えのころ飯). In 2008, Japan imported 5 tons of dog meat from China compared to 4,714 tons of beef, 14,340 tons of pork and 115,882 tons of poultry.[78]
[edit]Korea
Gaegogi (개고기) literally means "dog meat" in Korean. The term itself, however, is often mistaken as the term for Korean soup made from dog meat, which is actually called bosintang (보신탕; 補身湯, Body nourishing soup).
The consumption of dog meat can be traced back to antiquity. Dog bones[further explanation needed] were excavated in a neolithic settlement in Changnyeong, South Gyeongsang Province. A wall painting in the Goguryeo Tombs complex in South Hwangghae Province, a World Heritage site which dates from the 4th century AD, depicts a slaughtered dog in a storehouse. The Balhae people also enjoyed dog meat, and the modern-day tradition of canine cuisine seems to have come from that era.[79]
[edit]South Korea


A dish made with dog meat in South Korea, Seoul, Korea


Dog meat sold in Gyeongdong Market, Seoul, South Korea
Main article: Dog meat consumption in South Korea
In South Korea (officially the Republic of Korea) dog meat is eaten nationwide and all year round, although it is most commonly eaten during summer.[6]
The Korea Food & Drug Administration recognizes any edible product other than drugs as food.[80] In the capital city of Seoul, the sale of dog meat was outlawed by regulation on February 21, 1984 by classifying dog meat as 'repugnant food' (혐오식품), but the regulation was not rigorously enforced except during the 1988 Seoul Olympics. In 2001, the Mayor of Seoul announced there would be no extra enforcement efforts to control the sale of dog meat during the 2002 FIFA World Cup, which was partially hosted in Seoul. In March 2008, the Seoul city government announced its plan to put forward a policy suggestion to the central government to legally classify slaughter dogs as livestock, reigniting debate on the issue.[81][82][83]
South Korean Food Sanitary Law (식품위생법) does not include dog meat as a legal food ingredient. Also, dog meat has been categorized as 'repugnant food' (혐오식품) based on a regulation issued by Seoul Metropolitan Government, of which using as food ingredient is not permitted.[84]
However, the laws are not strictly enforced. The primary dog breed raised for meat, the Nureongi (누렁이), or Hwangu (황구); which is a specific breed, different from the breeds raised for pets in Korea.[85][86]
There is a large and vocal group of Koreans (consisting of a number of animal welfare groups) who are against the practice of eating dogs.[87] Popular television shows like 'I Love Pet' have documented in 2011, for instance, the continued illegal selling of dog meat and slaughtering of dogs in suburban areas. The program also televised illegal dog farms and slaughterhouses, showing the unsanitary and horrific conditions of caged dogs, several of which were visibly sick with severe eye infections and malnutrition. However, despite this growing awareness, there remains some in Korea that do not eat or enjoy the meat, but do feel that it is the right of others to do so, along with a smaller but still vocal group of pro-dog cuisine people who want to popularize the consumption of dog in Korea and the rest of the world.[87] A group of pro-dog meat individuals attempted to promote and publicize the consumption of dog meat worldwide during the run-up to the 2002 Fifa World Cup, co-hosted by Japan and South Korea, which prompted retaliation from animal rights campaigners and prominent figures such as Brigitte Bardot to denounce the practice.[88] Opponents of dog meat consumption in South Korea are critical of practices that are claimed to improve the flavour of dog meat in Korean tradition, such as beating and hanging[citation needed].
The restaurants that sell dog meat do so, often exclusively, at the risk losing their restaurant licenses. A case of a dog meat wholesaler brought up on charges of selling dog meat in arose in 1997. However, an appeals court acquitted the dog meat wholesaler, ruling that dogs were socially accepted as food.[89] According to the National Assembly of South Korea, more than 20,000 restaurants, including the 6484 registered restaurants, served soups made from dog meat in Korea in 1998.[90][91][92] In 1999 the BBC reported that 8,500 tons of dog meat were consumed annually, with another 93,600 tons used to produce a medicinal tonic called gaesoju (개소주).[92] As of 2007, the dogs were no longer being beaten to death as they had been in past times.
Dog meat is often consumed during the summer months and is either roasted or prepared in soups or stews. The most popular of these soups is bosintang and gaejang-guk, a spicy stew meant to balance the body's heat during the summer months. This is thought to ensure good health by balancing one's "ki" or vital energy of the body. A 19th century version of gaejang-guk explains the preparation of the dish by boiling dog meat with vegetables such as green onions and chili pepper powder. Variations of the dish contain chicken and bamboo shoots.[93]
[edit]North Korea
In North Korea (officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea), in early 2010, the government included dog meat in its new list of one hundred fixed prices, setting a fixed price of 500 won per kilogram.[94]
[edit]New Zealand
Dog meat is rarely eaten in New Zealand but has been said to be becoming more popular as it isn't illegal as long as the dog is humanely killed.
A Tongan man living in New Zealand caused public outrage when he got caught cooking his pet dog in his backyard, this then had many calling for change in the law.[95]
[edit]Philippines
In the capital city of Manila, Metro Manila Commission Ordinance 82-05 specifically prohibits the killing and selling of dogs for food.[96] More generally, the Philippine Animal Welfare Act 1998[97] prohibits the killing of any animal other than cattle, pigs, goats, sheep, poultry, rabbits, carabaos, horses, deer and crocodiles, with exemptions for religious, cultural, research, public safety or animal health reasons. Nevertheless, as is reported from time to time in Philippine newspapers, the eating of dog meat is not uncommon in the Philippines.[98]
The Province of Benguet specifically allows cultural use of dog meat by indigenous people and acknowledges this might lead to limited commercial use.[99]
Asocena is a dish primarily consisting of dog meat originating from the Philippines.
[edit]Polynesia
Dogs were historically eaten in Tahiti and other islands of Polynesia, including Hawaii[100][101] at the time of first European contact. James Cook, when first visiting Tahiti in 1769, recorded in his journal, "few were there of us but what allow'd that a South Sea Dog was next to an English Lamb, one thing in their favour is that they live entirely upon Vegetables".[102] Calwin Schwabe reported in 1979 that dog was widely eaten in Hawaii and considered to be of higher quality than pork or chicken. When Hawaiians first encountered early British and American explorers, they were at a loss to explain the visitors' attitudes about dog meat. The Hawaiians raised both dogs and pigs as pets and for food. They could not understand why their British and American visitors only found the pig suitable for consumption.[2] This practice seems to have died out, along with the native Hawaiian breed of dog, the unique Hawaiian Poi Dog, which was primarily used for this purpose.[103] The consumption of domestic dog meat is still commonplace in the Kingdom of Tonga, and has also been noted in expatriate Tongan communities in New Zealand, Australia, and the United States.[104]
[edit]Thailand
Unlike other countries where dog meat consumption has been shown to have historical precedents, Thailand does not have a mainstream culture of dog eating. However, in recent years, the consumption of dog meat in certain areas of the country, especially in certain northeastern provinces like Sakon Nakhon and Nakhon Phanom (specifically Sakon Nakhon province's Tha Rae sub-district, which has been identified as the main center for the country's illegal, albeit lucrative, dog meat trade), have attracted widespread attention from the Thai population and local news media. This has led a large group of Thai citizens to become increasingly vocal against the consumption of dog meat and the selling of dogs to neighbouring Mekong countries including Laos, Vietnam and China. According to news reports, a considerable number of these dogs continue to be stolen from people's homes by illegal carriers. This was especially the case following the 2011 Thailand Floods. Dubbed as the country's 'Trade of Shame', Thai netizens, in particular, have now formed several (informal) animal welfare and rescue groups in an attempt to stop this illegal trade, with the collective attitude being that 'Dogs are not food'. Established not-for-profit animal charity organizations like the Soi Dog Foundation have also been active in raising awareness and working in conjunction with local Thai authorities to rehabilitate and relocate dogs rescued from trucks attempting to transport live dogs across the border to nearby countries. Significantly, this issue has strengthened the nation's animal rights movement, which continues to call on the Thai government to adopt a stricter and more comprehensive animal rights law to prevent the maltreatment of pets and cruelty against all animals.[105][106][107][108][109]
[edit]Timor Leste
Dog meat is a delicacy popular in East Timor.[110]
[edit]Uzbekistan
Although not commonly eaten, dog meat is sometimes used in Uzbekistan in the belief that it has medicinal properties.[111]
[edit]Vietnam
See also: Vietnamese cuisine


A dog meat platter found in a street market a few miles east of Hanoi


Dog meat in Hanoi
Dog meat is consumed more commonly in the northern part of Vietnam than in the south, and can be found in special restaurants which specifically serve this type of meat. Dog meat is believed to bring good fortune in Vietnam.[112] It is seen as being comparable in consumption to chicken or pork.[112] In any urban areas, there are always sections which house a lot of dog-meat restaurants. For example, on Nhat Tan Street, Tây Hồ District, Hanoi, many restaurants serve dog meat. Groups of customers, usually male, seated on mats, will spend their evenings sharing plates of dog meat and drinking alcohol since dog meat is believed to raise the libido in men.[112] The consumption of dog meat can be part of a ritual usually occurring toward the end of the lunar month for reasons of astrology and luck. Restaurants which mainly exist to serve dog meat may only open for the last half of the lunar month.[112] The Associated Press reported in October 2009 that a soaring economy has led to the booming of dog restaurants in Hanoi, and that this has led to a proliferation of dognappers. Reportedly, a 20 kilograms (44 lb) dog can sell for more than $100—roughly the monthly salary of an average Vietnamese worker.[113]
In 2009, dog meat was found to be a main carrier of the Vibrio cholerae bacterium, which caused the summer epidemic of cholera in northern Vietnam.[114][115]
[edit]Europe
[edit]Belgium
A few meat shops sold dog meat during the German occupation of Belgium in World War I, when food was extremely scarce.[116] According to The New York Times, in the 19th century the Council of the Veterinary School of Belgium occasionally recommended dog meat for human consumption after being properly inspected.[117]
[edit]France


Grande Boucherie Canine, Paris, 1910
Although consumption of dog meat is not common in France, and is now considered taboo, dog meat has been consumed in the past. The earliest evidence of dog consumption in France was found at Gaulish archaeological sites, where butchered dog bones were discovered.[118] Similar findings, corresponding to that time or earlier periods, have also been recorded through Europe. French news sources from the late 19th century carried stories reporting lines of people buying dog meat, which was described as being "beautiful and light."[119] During the Siege of Paris (1870–1871), there were lines at butcher's shops of people waiting to purchase dog meat. Dog meat was also reported as being sold by some butchers in Paris, 1910.[120][121]
[edit]Germany
Dog meat has been eaten in every major German crisis at least since the time of Frederick the Great, and is commonly referred to as "blockade mutton".[7] In the early 20th century, high meat prices led to widespread consumption of horse and dog meat in Germany.[122][123][124]
The consumption of dog meat continued in the 1920s.[125][126] In 1937, a meat inspection law targeted against trichinella was introduced for pigs, dogs, boars, foxes, badgers, and other carnivores.[127] Dog meat has been prohibited in Germany since 1986.[128]
[edit]Saxony
In the latter part of World War I, dog meat was being eaten in Saxony by the poorer classes because of famine conditions.[129]
[edit]The Netherlands
During severe meat shortages coinciding with the German invasion in 1940, sausages found to have been made of dog meat were confiscated by authorities in the Netherlands.[130]
[edit]Poland
While the meat is not eaten, in some rural areas of Poland, dog fat can be made into lard, which by tradition is believed to have medicinal properties—being good for the lungs, for instance. It is worth noting that the consumption of such meat is considered taboo in Polish culture.[131] In 2009, a scandal erupted when a farm near Częstochowa was discovered rearing dogs to be rendered down into lard.[131]
[edit]Switzerland
Swiss recipes for dog meat include gedörrtes Hundefleisch served as paper-thin slices, as well as smoked dog ham, Hundeschinken, which is prepared by salting and drying raw dog meat.[132]
According to the 21 November 1996 edition of the Rheintaler Bote, a Swiss newspaper covering the Rhine Valley area, the rural Swiss cantons of Appenzell and St. Gallen are known to have had a tradition of eating dogs, curing dog meat into jerky and sausages, as well as using the lard for medicinal purposes. Dog sausage and smoked dog jerky remains a staple in the Swiss cantons of St. Gallen and Appenzell, where one farmer was quoted in a regional weekly newspaper as saying that "meat from dogs is the healthiest of all. It has shorter fibres than cow meat, has no hormones like veal, no antibiotics like pork."[133]
A few years earlier, a news report on RTL Television on the two cantons set off a wave of protests from European animal welfare activists and other concerned citizens. A 7,000-name petition was filed to the commissions of the cantons, who rejected it, saying it was not the state's right to monitor the eating habits of its citizens.
The production of food from dog meat for commercial purposes, however, is illegal in Switzerland.[134]
[edit]See also

List of meat animals
Cat meat
Horse meat
Taboo food and drink
Whale meat
Wolf meat
[edit]Notes


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[edit]Further reading

Kim, Rakhyun E. (2008). "Dog Meat in Korea: A Socio-Legal Challenge". Animal Law 14 (2): 201–236. SSRN 1325574
Colting, Fredrik; Carl-Johan Gadd (2005-07-10). Magnus Andersson Gadd. ed. The Pet Cookbook: Have your best Friend for dinner. Canada: Nicotext. ISBN 91-974883-4-8.
Yong-Geun Ann, Ph.D (in Korean and English). Dog Meat. Hyoil Book Publishing Company. (contains some recipes)
Dressler, Uwe; Alexander Neumeister (2003-05-01) (in German). Der Kalte Hund. Dresden: IBIS-Ed.. ISBN 3-8330-0650-1.
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Nureongi, the Korean Meat Dog
By erika | 9/27/10 12:19pm | 0 Comments
Korea's appetite for dog meat is frowned upon by most, and actively protested by some. Most Westerners abhor the practice of eating dog meat, and - perhaps because of the taboo - imagine Korea to be a land of pet-snatching barbarians.

In truth, Korea's illegal market for dog meat is founded upon a specific breed, called the Nureongi. Nureongi are not an officially recognized breed, but a landrace breed. A "landrace" is a breed which has evolved to suit its environmental needs, much like the husky used in dog racing, or the shepherding dogs used to gather sheep in Ireland and Scotland.

Nureongi literally translates to "yellow dog." There are two other breeds which are farmed for meat, the Baeckgu (white dog) and Heuckgu ((black dog). However, the Nureongi are said to be best for this purpose.

The Nureongi has the classic look of an Asian dog breed. It is stout, with bristly yellowish dun fur, floppy ears, and a heavy black muzzle. It could be mistaken for a short-coated Chow, or a very large Pug without a concave face. (The Chow, by the way, was a working and hunting breed. Despite its name, it was never bred to be eaten.)

Koreans make a very clear distinction between dog breeds which are pets, and dog breeds which are raised for meat. This is an unfamiliar distinction to those of us in the West, who are accustomed to a species of animals being either one thing or the other.

As a rule, we don't think of cows or chickens as pets, and we don't think of dogs or cats as something to be eaten. This of course has no literal truth behind it; many people keep pet cows, and I have pet chickens myself. And which animals can be eaten is a very culturally determined concept.

The French eat horses, and Norwegians eat whale meat. Guinea pigs are raised exclusively for their meat in Peru, where people think that our fondness for keeping them as pets is bizarre. Almost as bizarre as many Americans find the Hindu practice of forbidding cows from being eaten.

Nevertheless, many Koreans are against the practice of eating dog meat. The Korean government outlawed dog meat in the 1980s, but this only served to drive the trade underground. Sadly, the lives of the dogs would most likely be improved if dog meat were legalized.

The big problem with the dog meat trade is that the dogs are treated inhumanely. They are shipped to market alive, packed into crates as tightly as possible. The videos taken by PETA are unspeakable. Because the practice is illegal, the dogs are not inspected as other livestock is, and regulations about handling and slaughtering the dogs is nonexistent.

This creates a lot of tension among Korean animal lovers. Although it's true that the dogs would be better off if the dog meat trade were made legal, it would also greatly encourage the consumption of dog meat. Something which animal rights organizations like the Korean Kennel Federation emphatically do not want to see happen.

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