SaveKoreanDogs need your partnership to save the Korean dogs.



SaveKoreanDogs need your partnership to save the Korean dogs.

SaveKoreanDogs need your generosity to continue their important work of closing down dog farms and caring for the dogs rescued from South Korea’s dog meat industry. Donations have been very low and they are having difficulty paying for the running costs of their 3 shelters – home to 400 dogs rescued from the dog farms they managed to close down. They have just had a successful press conference which was the culmination of a campaign they have been working on over the past few months, which urged the Korean Government to pass the proposed amendment by the National Assemblyman Changwon Pyo for stronger Animal Protection Law. They are planning to launch another press campaign, in around October this year, to put pressure on the new Government, following the election of South Korea’s new President.



SaveKoreanDogs has many plans for 2017, which include:

An education program for senior citizens, to teach them about companion animals;

Hiring of additional staff to manage the shelters and provide better care for the dogs in their sanctuaries;

Hiring undercover agents to crack down dog farms and slaughterhouses;

Working on the Government level to bring about legislation that protects companion animals and to end the dog meat trade.

All of these plans cannot be realized and the good works accomplished without your generous support. So please donate whatever you can afford today – however small. Every penny makes a difference and saves the lives of these animals. Thank you for caring!

 SaveKoreanDogs is a registered nonprofit charity in South Korea.



Speak out against the Notorious Gimpo’s “Dog Valley”!

“We found dog valley in Gimpo yesterday. Has an awful feeling being in the saddle of a mountain with about 10 dog farms all in the same small area, most with tall steel fences so you cannot see in, and everyone watching you as you drive in and out.  Very odd feeling.” – A source in Korea.

Gimpo, Korea is one of the worst violators of animal protection laws in South Korea with countless dog farms terrorizing and brutalizing the helpless dogs while their government has turned a blind eye. We currently have two Sister City Campaigns targeting Gimpo. Please click below to take action on these campaigns TODAY! Updated Sister City Campaign – Gimpo, South Korea Sister City Campaign – Gimpo, South Korea – Liberty County, Georgia

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HSBC Boss Tells The World They Are Protecting Forests – Action: Mail Him and Tell Him He Is Wrong !



Hi Mark,

Wow – the boss of HSBC was just grilled about forest destruction in front of CEOs and Prime Ministers.[1] He knows that thousands of people like you have seen the footage and spoken up – yet he had the cheek to tell an audience that HSBC is properly protecting forests. It’s time to tell him that we know the truth – with thousands and thousands of emails in his inbox.


He’ll be hoping that this campaign – and his embarrassing public grilling at the biggest economic meeting in the calendar – has gone unnoticed. So let’s prove the exact opposite.

Can you send the boss of HSBC an email right now to prove the world is watching – and demanding he protects forests?




The fact that the head of HSBC was quizzed in front of world leaders shows just how much pressure we’re piling on the bank together – a mere week after we started campaigning.


To make matters worse for HSBC, our campaign has unleashed a storm of media articles in Europe, Australia and Asia shaming one of the world’s biggest banks with just the kind of publicity it didn’t want. The pressure is building – so there’s no way we can give HSBC a break now.

The boss of HSBC told the audience last week that the bank is “a potential force for good.” But we know there’s nothing good about pumping hundreds of millions into palm oil companies destroying forests.[2] Don’t let the boss of a billion dollar bank get away with weasel words – please send HSBC an email calling on it to stop funding forest destruction.


Thanks for taking a stand,

Max, Jonathan, Bev, James and the whole team at Greenpeace Australia Pacific

[1] Stuart Gulliver, HSBC CEO, was quizzed at the World Economic Forum in Davos last week. He was on a panel with Al Gore and the Prime Minister of Norway. You can watch the relevant section of the footage here:
[2] Here’s the full Greenpeace report on HSBC and other banks involvement in forest
destruction for palm oil: