Thailand’s Dog Meat Trade Turns into a Nightmare

by Admin on September 21, 2012

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An investigative report looks into the dog meat trade in Thailand. Financed by the Soi Dog Foundation, the documentary alleges that there are not only issues with the selling and killing of dogs for their meat and skin but also the rescues where many dogs have died or are missing.

The report states that of the 6,500 dogs saved by police and border units in the seven months to March 2012, 4,700 are now dead or missing.

We do not endorse or support the allegations made in these videos against Thai groups or individuals. We welcome conflicting or alternate points of view on this issue. After all, the dogs cannot speak for themselves.

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