Two dogs that were headed to slaughter on a dog meat farm in Wonju, South Korea are now safe in Cheyenne.

Black Dog Animal Rescue (BDAR) is working to find loving homes for the dogs, which were part of a group of 250 dogs and puppies rescued by Humane Society International last December.

Britney Wallesch, Executive Director of BDAR, says the dogs, an adult female Jindo mix and a young male Mastiff, are currently in foster care and will receive a full medical and behavioral evaluation before being made available for adoption.

"While the story of these dogs is a fascinating one that we are so grateful to be a part of, we also have many animals in our program that are currently looking for their new homes," said Wallesch.

To learn more about BDAR and see the list of adoptable pets click here.