chinese slaughterhouse demands £170 per dog from animal activists ... and kills the pets in front of them if negotiations fail - where to buy pet tape
A group of dog lovers burst into tears because they did not raise enough money to save the pet dog from the table.
Under the slaughterhouse in Harbin, Heilongjiang, you can see more than a dozen pet dogs, including husky, Labrador and Golden Retriever.
In order to save the animals, the "butcher" asked the group for "unreasonable" prices.
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A second clip from The Pear Video shows a dog-loving woman standing in front of an outdoor slaughterhouse.
More than a dozen dogs can be seen locked in the slaughterhouse next to dog meat, knives and animal blood.
She pointed to the golden hair left on the large panel and said that when we first arrived, a Golden hound was being slaughtered.
However, dogs destined to fail are not the common breed raised by Chinese dogsmeat farmers.
According to adog farmin Shandong, German shepherd dogs, songlions and Kunming Wolf dogs are among the most popular dog meat varieties. Chinese Shar-
Pei, known for its deep wrinkles, is also a common breed of dogs in the country. meat farm.
Pet dogs such as husky and Golden Retriever are rarely seen at the table.
This group of dog lovers are keen to buy and release the dog and negotiate with the butcher as the butcher cuts the meat of a slaughtered dog.
He insisted that 170 must be paid per dog.
Dogs for meat only sell for 1 pound.
According to an industry website, as of the end of April, £ 50 per pound.
The dog-loving person made several phone calls to raise money to buy the dog but all failed.
Animal lovers get emotional after trying to lower prices and fail.
They can be seen wiping tears in their eyes while on the phone.
At the end of the video, another dog was slaughtered and hung on the hook.
The event was not stated when it occurred.
The video attracted nearly 3 million people in just one day.
Tens of thousands of online users criticized the Butcher on Weibo for setting "unreasonable" prices for free dogs.
These dogs seem to be stolen dogs.
They should not be cooked.
After seeing these potential buyers, the butcher may have raised the price. Said one user.
"If the butcher is priced so high, he is no different from the robber.
Who will buy the meat knowing it's from Husky?
Users want to know.