San Francisco SPCA has South Korean rescue dogs up for adoption

A rescue dog from South Korea waits to find its forever home at the San Francisco SPCA on Friday, March 4, 2016. (KGO-TV)

If you like golden retrievers, you may want to keep an eye on the San Francisco SPCA.

The shelter is caring for 18 dogs rescued from a South Korean farm.


The dogs were going to be slaughtered for meat. Instead, they were brought to San Francisco.

Most are golden retrievers.

The dogs are being socialized before they can be adopted. Casey has already found a home.

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Two more dogs were put up for adoption today.

The rest will be available after they are evaluated and undergo medical treatment.

San Francisco SPCA
201 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA 94103-4213
Phone 415-522-3548
www.sfspca.org
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