After rescuing dozens of dogs from a dog meat facility, the Humane Society is making 64 dogs available for adoption in Montreal.\nThe dogs have been vaccinated and are now looking for a fresh new start with a loving family.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThanks to the diligent work of the Humane Society International (HSI), 90 dogs and puppies have been saved from the South Korean dog meat industry. Of those 90 dogs, 64 of them will be flown from South Korea to Canada and transported to Friends of HSI in Montreal. Before the dogs are put up for adoption, they will be cared for and rehabilitated and hopefully given a whole lot of love.\nThe dogs have now all been vaccinated against the dog flu, rabies, DHPP, coronavirus, distemper, and parvo and will be quarantined for a full 30 days before they're sent to Canada.\nThese poor pups have had a hell of a life.\nAccording to HSI/Canada executive director Rebecca Aldworth, the "dogs have spent the entirety of their lives locked up and neglected in this appalling dog meat facility, forced to live without even the most basic of care. Many of them were found dehydrated, malnourished, and exhibiting untreated injuries and skin conditions.”\nThis is the 15th dog farm that has been shut down thanks to HSI's work helping dog farmers who want to leave the industry.\nThere were several breeds that were rescued, such as Golden Retrievers, Tosas, Chow-Chows, and Jindos, along with several types of terriers — all breeds that are typical to the dog meat industry.\nMost of these poor guys have spent their lives alone in cramped cages with little to no animal or human interaction. Most of them would have been sold to slaughter farms, markets or illegal dogfighters.\nView this post on Instagram WE DID IT! YOU DID IT! 🎉 The last dog, Storm, has been removed from this South Korean dog meat farm. She'll now be joining the other 90+ saved dogs on her flight to freedom! THANK YOU to everyone who donated and stood by us to make this rescue possible! 💚 A post shared by Humane Society International (@hsiglobal) on Oct 2, 2019 at 8:50am PDT\nFor more uplifting news, check out the Instagram video above of a few of the dogs that were rescued. Storm was the last dog to be removed from the dog farm and it looks like she was pretty happy about it.\nREAD MORE: The Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts' Totem Pole Hand Was Returned With Drunken Apology Note\nThere are an estimated two million dogs a year reared on dog meat farms across South Korea. But most South Koreans don't eat dog meat. It's declining rapidly especially with the younger generations. And according to a 2018 survey by Gallup Korea, 70% of South Koreans say they won't eat dog meat in the future.\nView this post on Instagram UPDATE: Our Animal Rescue Team is on their way to South Korea right now to save 90+ dogs suffering on a dog meat farm. These animals desperately need our help, and our team is equipped and ready to start the rescue process upon arrival. Please, DONATE to help fund this rescue and fight for ALL animals worldwide (link in bio). A post shared by Humane Society International (@hsiglobal) on Sep 20, 2019 at 8:06am PDT\nThe 64 dogs coming to Montreal will all need to find their forever homes once they have been rehabilitated. So if you're thinking of adopting, give one (or two!) of these guys a new leash on life and make them part of your family.\nThe HSI and Friends of HSI are always looking for donations to help fund rescues and care for those animals. If you would like to donate click here.