The Humane Society International (HSI) managed to save 90 dogs from a dog meat farm in South Korea and help some of them get to Montreal to be rehabilitated. \nNow, a number of these rescued dogs are healthy and ready for adoption.\nFind pictures of these precious pups below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nLess than a month ago, thanks to the work of the Humane Society International (HSI), 90 dogs were rescued from an appalling South Korean dog meat farm. Sixty of those pups were flown here to the Montreal emergency shelter for rehabilitation in order to get them ready for adoption.\nAnd now there's even more good news to what could have been a heartbreaking story — 32 of the rescues are already healthy, happy, and ready for their forever homes!\nFive dogs were sent to HSI's rescue partner, the SPCA Laurentides-Labelle, and three dogs have already been taken in by loving families.\nIt definitely has not been an easy road for these dogs. These animals were kept in horrific conditions and had to face extensive veterinary care, rehabilitation, and socialization before they were ready to get back out into the world. Even something as simple as a hair trim could take days due to the matting and overall neglect.\nMost of the dogs spent their lives cramped in tiny cages, surviving on rotten restaurant garbage, and with little to no social interaction.\nThis was the 15th dog meat farm that the non-profit HSI has helped shut down. Without its help, these poor pups would have been sold to slaughter farms, markets, or illegal dogfighters.\nYou could be the one to adopt one of these dogs now!\nIt's not just Quebec that's helping these dogs get another chance on life. Rescue organizations around the U.S. are stepping in to help. Today, another group of 6 happy and healthy dogs are on their way just over the border in Amsterdam, New York to the Montgomery County SPCA.\nYesterday, 15 of the rescued dogs headed to the Animal House Shelter in Illinois, and six to the Broome County Humane Society in Binghamton, NY.\nVoici Kayla, une femelle jindo croisé âgé de 1 an. 🦊\nKayla provient de la Corée du Sud, son éducation et sa...Posted by SPCA Laurentides Labelle on Monday, October 28, 2019\nThere are still two dogs looking for homes at the SPCA Laurentides-Labelle. Both Gardner and Kayla will need a little extra attention from calm and dedicated owners since they haven't had any training or socialization. But, if you have the time and patience, they would make a great addition to a family.\nNous vous présentons Gardner, une femelle Jindo croisé âgée de 1 an et demi. 🐕\nGardner provient de la Corée du Sud, son...Posted by SPCA Laurentides Labelle on Monday, October 28, 2019\nREAD MORE: Photos & Video Of REM Construction Show The Incredible Progress Of The New Light-Rail Line\nIt's amazing to see the transformation of these animals from living in the worst conditions that one can imagine, to becoming trusting and loving pets.\nHSI | Facebook\nFor some feel-good vibes, take a look at Charlie's Instagram story below. Charlie was one of the dogs who was rescued from the dog meat farm. Thanks to the love of a volunteer, he now has his forever home and couldn't look happier.\nView this post on Instagram BEFORE AND AFTER: Meet Charlie, an adorable rescue who now lives with his loving forever family in #Montreal. Earlier this year, Charlie was found on a South Korean #dogmeat farm suffering in unimaginable conditions. He lived in a barren wire cage subsisting on a diet of rotten restaurant waste. Destined for slaughter, Humane Society International saved him through a revolutionary transition program for farmers who want to get out of the #dogmeattrade for good. . Charlie, along with 95 of his friends, came to our (HSI/Canada & Friends of HSI) #emergencyshelter in Montreal to receive much needed care before being placed for #adoption. That’s where he met one of our amazing staff, Lisa. She fell in love with Charlie immediately and decided to give him a home. ❤️🐶 . We couldn’t be more thankful for the opportunity to save dogs like Charlie. If you want to support our campaign to end the international #dog meat trade, click the link in our bio. . AVANT/APRÈS: Faites connaissance avec Charlie, un #chien secouru adorable qui vit maintenant avec sa famille pour toujours à #Montréal. Plus tôt cette année, Charlie a été trouvé dans une ferme de viande de chien en Corée du Sud souffrant dans des conditions inimaginables. Il vivait dans une cage délabrée et subsistait sur un régime de déchets de restaurant. Destiné à l'abattage, Humane Society International l'a sauvé grâce à un programme de transition révolutionnaire destiné aux agriculteurs qui souhaitent se retirer définitivement du commerce de la #viandedechien. . Charlie, ainsi que 95 de ses amis, ont été transportés à notre (HSI/Canada et FHSI) refuge d'urgence à Montréal pour recevoir des soins bien nécessaires avant d'être placé pour adoption. C’est là qu’il a rencontré une de nos formidables employées, Lisa. Elle tomba immédiatement en amour avec Charlie et décida de l'accueillir dans sa famille. ❤️🐶 . Si vous souhaitez soutenir notre campagne visant à mettre fin au commerce international de la viande de chien, cliquez le lien dans notre bio. A post shared by hsicanada (@hsi_canada) on Aug 22, 2019 at 8:31am PDT\nHSI has been working diligently to fight the dog trade industry throughout South Korea. While most South Koreans don't eat dog meat (and it's declining rapidly with younger generations), there are still an estimated two million dogs kept in dog meat farms.\nHSI's campaign to raise awareness and offer farmers alternatives has helped to save countless four-legged friends.\nAll adoptions are handled by the individual rescue partners (not by HSI), so if you're interested in adopting one of these dogs, keep an eye on the Facebook pages for updates on which pups are available and when!\nIf you're interested in adopting one of these dogs, please visit the following Facebook pages for more info:\nSPCA Laurentides-Labelle\nAnimal House Shelter in Illinois\nThe Broome County Humane Society in New York\nMontgomery County SPCA in New York\nIf adding a pet to your house isn't an option, donations to FriendsofHSI always help!