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About Our China Dog Rescue

 
No Dogs Left Behind is a non-profit organization devoted to rescuing dogs from the meat trade and finding them forever homes in the U.S. and Canada. Our organization works tirelessly to stop the dog meat trade by creating awareness and educating the public on this cruel practice. We operate boots on the ground in our China dog rescue to save dogs from slaughter all year long. Our work has led to the shutdown of numerous slaughterhouses. Working on the ground to rescue, medically treat, and care for hundreds of dogs saved from the China dog meat trade, we will not stop until every dog is safe.

“You can’t possibly fathom what that’s like,” founder Jeffrey Beri explained in a recent news article with the New York Post. “It’s barbaric. They’re defecating all over each other, they can’t breathe, their faces are smashed against the cages. We must do everything that we can to end the dog meat trade and promote people to adopt a dog from China”

Like other animal welfare groups that operate as a Korean dog meat trade rescue, we fight the good fight as champions of this important cause to end the dog meat trade as a China dog rescue with two sanctuaries. Our dedicated team rescues these dogs and rehabilitates them until they are adopted into their forever homes.

The dogs that we save are survivors of horrific abuse who narrowly avoided torture and death. We advocate and bring awareness through our social media channels, key lawmakers, and the public to end the dog meat trade. Together, we can be the voice of the voiceless.

 

How Can I Help Stop the Dog Meat Trade?

 
How can you help stop the dog meat trade in China?

The dog meat trade in China is massive, with an estimated 2.5 million dogs raised and slaughtered every year, but we are doing everything we can to save precious lives and find loving homes for the innocent victims of this unfathomably cruel trade. By adopting from No Dogs Left Behind, you can help stop the dog meat trade by creating awareness and give a dog a new life.

If you’re considering adding a new member to your family, you can adopt a dog from China and make an epic difference to end the dog meat trade – and it’s easier than you might think!

 

How Can I Adopt or Foster a Dog From China?

 
To adopt or foster a dog from China is an indescribable experience. While all rescued dogs’ lives are precious, for these dogs, international adoption is often the only hope they have at escaping the evil dog meat trade. As a China dog rescue, we focus on adopting our precious survivors to loving home and give them the best life possible. Like other organizations such as Korean dog meat trade rescue groups, we believe that we can stop the dog meat trade by spreading the word on this horrific practice.

If you want to save a life and are ready to adopt a dog from China, please visit our adoption page to see our list of adoptable survivors. If you’re not ready to welcome a new family member just yet, but still want to help, you can foster a meat trade dog from China or donate to support our critical rescue efforts.

 

How Can I Help End the Dog Meat Trade?

 

  • SIGN THE PETITION TO STOP THE DOG MEAT TRADE
  • If you would like to help end the dog meat trade, urge your politicians to act and adopt the swift passage of legislation to ban the slaughter of dogs. You can also sign petitions to ask various governments to stop the slaughter taking place in the Korean dog meat trade and China dog meat trade. Without your help, we cannot shut down the illegal slaughterhouses.

  • EDUCATE OTHERS TO STOP THE DOG MEAT TRADE
  • Through education, we can change the perception and build awareness in the world and ask others to take action to end the dog meat trade. Encourage friends and family to adopt or foster a dog from the meat trade in China.

  • DONATE TO OUR CAUSE TO STOP THE DOG MEAT TRADE
  • Without your support, we cannot continue our lifesaving work. Please consider donating today through the link on our website. No Dogs Left Behind is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, incorporated in the United States, operating as a China dog rescue.