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Dozens of dogs rescued from a South Korean dog meat farm are being readied for adoption in the U.S.
The 46 dogs, including spaniels and a Saint Bernard, were headed for the dinner table until Humane Society officials intervened as part of its continuing effort to shut down Asia's dog meat industry.
The dogs were flown to Kennedy Airport over the weekend and sent to emergency shelters in New York, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
The dogs lived in dark, cramped cages with barely enough food to get by. They'll be available for adoption soon, including through Animal Haven in New York City.