KOREANDOGS.ORG

17,043 supporters

    Started 10 petitions

    Petitioning Mr. Chung Mong-Jin

    Chung Mong-Jin: As a Business Leader: Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Chung Mong-Jin: As an Innovative Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea! Dear Mr. Chung Mong-Jin, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    1,880 supporters
    Petitioning Mr. Lee Jay-Hyun

    Lee Jay-Hyun: As a Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Lee Jay-Hyun: As an Innovative Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea! Dear Mr. Lee Jay-Hyun, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    2,286 supporters
    Petitioning Mr. Cho Hyun-Joon

    Cho Hyun-Joon: As a Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Cho Hyun-Joon: As an Innovative Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea! Dear Mr. Cho Hyun-Joon, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    1,646 supporters
    Petitioning Mr. Shin Sun-Ho

    Mr. Shin Sun-Ho: As a Business Leader,Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Shin Sun-Ho: As an Innovative Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea! Dear Mr. Shin Sun-Ho, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    1,668 supporters
    Petitioning Mr. Lee Sang II

    Mr. Lee Sang II: As a Business Leader Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Lee Sang II: As an Innovative Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea! Dear Mr. Lee Sang II, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    1,690 supporters
    Petitioning Mr. Michael B. Kim

    Michael B. Kim: As a Business Leader Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Michael B. Kim: As an Innovative Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea! Dear Mr. Michael B. Kim, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    2,013 supporters
    Petitioning Mr. Koo Bon-Sik

    Mr. Koo Bon-Sik: As a Business Leader Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Koo Bon-Sik: As an Innovative Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea! Dear Mr. Koo Bon-Sik, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    1,472 supporters
    Petitioning Mr. Chung Ji-Sun

    Chung Ji-Sun: As a Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Chung Ji-Sun: As an Innovative Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade In South Korea! Mr. Chung Ji-Sun, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    1,504 supporters
    Petitioning Mr. Lee Hae-Wook

    Lee Hae-Wook: As a Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Lee Hae-Wook: As an Innovative Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea! Dear Mr. Lee Hae-Wook, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    1,428 supporters
    Petitioning Mr. Cho Chang-Gul

    Cho Chang-Gul: As a Business Leader Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea!

    Mr. Cho Chang-Gul: As an Innovative Business Leader, Help to End the Cruel Dog-Meat Trade in South Korea! Dear Mr. Cho Chang-Gul, As a respected leader of a global industry you will appreciate the importance of a company's reputation, not only within South Korea but throughout the world. I believe you would therefore not want to be associated in any way with the illegal and inhumane torture and consumption of companion animals. Yet despite growing opposition from pet owners within South Korea and across the world, the brutal slaughter of dogs and cats across South Korea continues, and is severely tarnishing the names and therefore the revenues of leading South Korean companies such as your own. Indeed, there are currently a growing number of campaigns in several countries to boycott South Korea goods until the government puts an end to these abhorrent practices, so out of touch with the Global Community. If the case for compassion were not sufficiently compelling, with the prevalence of social media impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies and activities on the business bottom line is increasingly important, as I am sure you are aware. Given the social, environmental, and health problems associated with the dog-meat industry, it is in South Korea's socio-economic interests to end the dog-meat trade because the world will stop condemning South Korea for its cruelty, and instead applaud and reward it for its compassion. Dog-meat consumption is currently illegal in South Korea yet it is allowed to continue. With the Winter Olympics coming up in 2018, the world will be watching. I urge you therefore to use your considerable influence and wealth to ask the government to enforce the law, not ignore it, and bring this inhumanity to an end. South Korea has many noble and admirable qualities. The torture and consumption of companion animals is not one of them. Thank you for your time and understanding. 

    KOREANDOGS.ORG
    1,456 supporters