Gupo, one of the largest marketplaces for dog meat in South Korea
The largest marketplaces for dog meat
Dog meat is no longer sold in South Korea, thanks to animal rights campaigners.
The campaigners intended to target the local market’s dog vendors.
They were able to successfully shut down one of the largest markets in the nation.
A contract between dog meat vendors and the local government forced the closure of Gupo Market, one of the largest dog meat marketplaces in South Korea.
When a customer placed an order, the market used to jail and butcher a large number of live canines.
The good news is that these vicious businesses will eventually cease to exist.
The 19 vendors that sell dog meat are also covered by the agreement. The government wants to make their nation a secure environment for canines.
According to HSI, this represents a significant victory over cruelty in South Korea.
Most individuals don’t agree with the dog meat industry.
The young are opposed to this barbaric enterprise and are working nonstop to bring it down.
Additionally, the rescuers are currently rescuing the lives of dogs that are still for sale.
Since people are increasingly refusing to consume dog meat, HSI has been working hard to dismantle local dog meat businesses for the past four years.
Because dogs shouldn’t be bred for consumption, shutting down this barbaric enterprise was a major victory.