Dogs Reportedly Electrocuted in Front of Each Other on Dog Meat Farm Deserve Justice

Target: South Korea President Moon Jae-in
Goal: End the horrific practice of dog meat farming in South Korea.

A haunting photo shows dozens of empty collars belonging to dogs that were apparently slaughtered at a meat farm in South Korea. Each collar seems to represent a different dog that was imprisoned for years in a tiny cage, fed garbage for food, and then electrocuted to death in front of their fellow creatures. It is time for the nation of South Korea to end this horrific practice.

The farm in question was owned by a local restaurant owner, who would allegedly raise and slaughter the dogs for meat that he would then sell at his establishment. The dogs were apparently held in filthy wire cages and were denied basic care.

The dogs were all of the Jindo breed, which is considered the national dog for South Korea. Jindos are native to the island that the meat farm was located and the owner had apparently spent the past 20 years breeding and slaughtering animals from this breed.

Local residents had apparently reported hearing dogs crying in terror on the farm.


Dear Moon Jae-in,

An apparent dog meat farm was recently shut down in your country. At the farm, over the past 20 years, countless dogs have reportedly lived miserable lives and faced terrifying ends. While the farm has been shut down, it was closed based on a technicality. Shockingly, dog meat farms are still legal in South Korea.

While every country has different cultures which should be respected, some values are universal. To that end, I hope that you will work to pass legislation in your country that prohibits the farming and slaughter of dogs.

No animals deserve to live or die the way these dogs did. Their cries of terror were apparently reported by local residents and the image of the stack of empty dog collars is haunting.

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Humane Society International


  1. This is a nation of pure EVIL, sub-human, soulless, compassionless MONSTERS. They are all going directly to hell where they will rot for eternity. Sickening and heartbreaking that this can happen in the 21st century. SHAME on you ugly, barbaric murdering bastards.

  2. My mom was a nurse during the Korean War and was a guest at the 60th anniversary of the end of it. She would be upset if she knew about this. My father was 1st calvary. He got tuberculosis, malaria, and frost bitten. He finally died as a result. They were both animal lovers and would be appalled at your nations treatment of animals. It is disrespectful. My mom is 93 and still living.

  3. Susan Macatangay says:

    I use to love your Oriental culture, but not anymore. Mercilessly slaughtering animals in inhumane ways is barbaric!!Not to mention what horrible conditions they live in before being killed. This is unforgivable.

  4. Pam Levernier says:

    Sick Asian freaks!!! How long will the world allow them to do the sadistic shit they do???
    I have NO respect for Asians. Barbaric skinny bastards. Rot in hell for eternity!

    • I love your comment.
      But you’re going to be banned from everywhere if the wrong person sees it. That’s what most of us think but don’t write cause the Hate Speech Police will get us…

  5. We need to unite internationally and exterminate each and everyone of these repulsively ugly slant eye dog killers. A slow and agonising death for each of these cretins is essential!

  6. It’s about time you joined the rest of the civilized world!! Stop allowing these atrocities against dogs!

  7. Nancy Chiodo says:

    These barbarians are worse than anything on earth. They are subhumans & evil. This horrific practice must be stopped now!

  8. debra goldstein lustig says:


  9. Best thing we can do is BOYCOTT all South Korean products. Stop by hyundai, Kia, Samsung, Fila, LG. All these companies refuse to condemn these barbaric Acts. Stop buying their products, in educate others not to buy their products. These companies have the power to bring change, but as long as their products are selling and they are making money they will continue to look the other way.

  10. I agree with all these comments. It’s hard to believe that some countries especially Korea can be so horribly cruel to innocent animals who have no way of defending themselves. SHAME ON YOU KOREA!!!!

  11. Desiree A. Reid says:

    Humans are the most depraved soul-less creatures on this planet. We think & do the most DESPICABLE acts of cruelty to other species. Humans sure could use a culling…start with jail.

  12. Richelle Kogan says:

    This is so cruel and so heartbreaking. I can’t believe anybody in the same age you do this. I am disgusted and this needs to stop.

  13. This horror has to stop now. No animal should ever be subjected to such immense suffering just to be someone’s dinner!! It’s reclusive and inhumane.

  14. Colette Finkelstein says:

    This is monstrous! The South Korean government must crack down on this if it truly wishes to achieve respect on the international stage. The world is watching! Uphold and implement the law please!


  16. So sick of Asian countries slaughtering dogs and cats so brutally and horrifically to eat them! It is pure sick and evil! Never traveling to these disgusting evil countries!!

  17. Asia is and always has been the world’s capital of barbaric Animal cruelty and abuse. Cannot be called human beings and should have the same treatment that they dish out to the innocent little souls who have had the misfortune to suffer at the hands of the bastards

  18. If South Korea wants to be seen by the world as a first rate countty it needs to put an end to this horrific act of cruelty No animal should suffer like this. South Korea needs to realise that the rest of the world deplore this and I for one woild willingly electrocute th restaurant owner and feed him to the hungry dogs he had abused and murfered for years

  19. Stop buying products from this filthy country!!!

  20. I 100% agree with all the comments!

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