Elaine Allison, operations manager at Benton-Franklin Humane Society, smiles Monday as she pets Notta Burger. The shelter recently took in four Tosa Inu, a Japanese mastiff, rescued from a South Korean dog meat farm. Until they are able to be adopted, the canines were given some playful names. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald/video.
Elaine Allison, operations manager at Benton-Franklin Humane Society, smiles Monday as she pets Notta Burger. The shelter recently took in four Tosa Inu, a Japanese mastiff, rescued from a South Korean dog meat farm. Until they are able to be adopted, the canines were given some playful names. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald/video. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Elaine Allison, operations manager at Benton-Franklin Humane Society, smiles Monday as she pets Notta Burger. The shelter recently took in four Tosa Inu, a Japanese mastiff, rescued from a South Korean dog meat farm. Until they are able to be adopted, the canines were given some playful names. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald/video. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Dogs saved from Korean meat farm arrive in Tri-Cities for adoption

September 29, 2015 08:14 AM