UK Parliamentarians Vow to End the Dog Meat Trade

We are pleased to support the UK parliament and the proposed bill to ban the sale and transportation of dog meat in the UK

The incredible Jim Shannon MP spoke out firmly against the heinous dog meat trade. Watch his heartfelt speech here:

https://bit.ly/2VkVtcL

This was followed by highly Informative talk by Bill Wiggins MP, who was equally passionately about ending the dog meat trade.

https://bit.ly/2Nl3jQI


Last but not least, Giles Watling MP who took the lead in the debate.

Our CEO provided yesterday’s meeting with some information about the cat meat trade and urged MP’s to take into account the fact dog and cat fur was being sold in London. Our Charity is working to engage them with our WHO/OIE contacts, as well as inviting them to attend the UN under the umbrella of our Charity who have Special Status as Consultants  the UN Eco Soc Council.

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Fun Dog Show

Our first ever fun dog show was held in Marylebone on Sunday 10th September. It was a great opportunity for Londoners to come and meet our team and our rescues and have some fun.

It’s really important for us as a charity to meet new friends and volunteers. So many people still don’t know about the dog meat trade, and for those that do, they can find out more about the progress we have made.

We also raised £800 which will help towards bringing more lucky dogs over from China.

 

Join Us Chinese New Year 2017, London

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Next week, Thursday 26th January 2017 at 11.30am No To Dog Meat are meeting outside the Chinese Embassy again to mark Chinese New Year with a protest against the dog meat trade. Camille (the cute doggie in the picture above) was saved from the back of a truck full of dogs bound for slaughter in 2015. Now he is safe and well looked after here in the UK.

Only continued pressure on the Chinese authorities and donations from supporters will help to save more dogs like Camille from a long journey of suffering on the back of a truck ending in a brutal death at the slaughterhouse. Donations are used to pay for dogs to be rehabilitated and re-homed.

It is now nearly 4 years since No To Dog Meat’s first protest – come and join us and swell the numbers outside the Embassy. We would love to see you.

Chinese Embassy, 49 Portland Place, London, W1B 1JL