SpotHello, my name is Ban Ban (spot). I am 2.5 years old. I was chained up all day in a pig pen by my previous owner, a farmer in a small village in Yulin. I am energetic and enjoy my walks so very much because I am so scared of being chained. I was too big and too hyper for my farmer owner and they wanted to sell me to the dog slaughterhouse. I was so lucky and got rescued. I need an experienced owner who is prepared to teach me about the world. I am a good boy for the most part, only misbehaving with other dogs when they try to take my food. But can you blame me?
Ben LeeHello, my name is Ben Lee. I am one of the lucky ones that were rescued from the slaughterhouse. I am 3 years old. I am a bit shy around strangers but warm to you very quickly if you are friendly to me. I don't like people to grab my neck, because the dog thief and butcher all grabbed me by my neck using a scary big clamp. I hate that feeling. But I won't bite even if you try to grab my neck I will just run away. I get along with people and small dogs. I don't like big dogs because I am quite small. I think I am a good boy but they told me that I like to steal food. I don't know about that... I thought the food was left there for me!
Hei HeiHi, my name is Hei Hei (Hai Hai). I am 2.5 year old girl. I came from slaughterhouse but managed to escape the nightmare. I am friendly to people and other dogs. I just don't like wearing a collar, it reminds me how I was choked by the big metal clamp in the slaughter house. But I am OK with a harness. I am a very good guard dog because I am always the first to bark when there is a stranger at the door. One of the caretakers here think I bark too much, I disagree. I was just doing my job. Btw, I love belly rubbing.
Xio BaiHi, my name is XiaoBai (little white). I am a 4.5 year shy boy. I was one of the first slaughterhouse rescues. I was left behind because I was too shy and they worried about me being "not adoptable". My girl friend and my other pals all got taken to the US. My girl friend is in Chicago, and others are in California. I am older now and not as shy as before. But I am still not a happy camper type of dog. But if you know what I have gone through and witnessed in the slaughter house, you would understand. I had a few "reactive bites" bad records in the early years but I am much better now. I don't think I can do well with kids because I get spooked easily. I need a very calm and patient family. A family would take me in as a compassionate project. I will give you my appreciation and a gratification experience you never had.
ArnoldHello, my name is Arnold. I am 3 years old. I got rescued from a slaughterhouse in Yulin. I have recovered from the trauma and doing well with people and my fellow dogs. If you ask me, I think I am a well behaved cute boy, but they complain about me like digging and not very obedient. Oh well.
HOW SPONSORSHIP & FREEDOM TAIL WORKS:
It’s estimated that over 10 million dogs in China are captured and slaughtered for their meat each year.
Duo Duo works to create lasting change in China and to eliminate the consumption of dog meat forever. While we are not primarily a rescue group, we work to help the dogs that simply have no future in China. Sadly, these dogs are deemed unlovable because they’re too big, shy, “ugly” or just of a mixed breed. These pups are the ones we work to bring to the U.S.A, where they have a much higher chance of being adopted into loving forever families.
The dogs we have rescued are our invaluable ambassadors, and their newfound happiness reminds us everyday of just why the dog meat trade must be stopped.
Your sponsorship gives unloved dogs a new chance at life.
Through Freedom Tail, you can choose a dog to save and contribute funds to provide their safe transport from China to the U.S.
With any dog you sponsor, our team will keep you up to date through emails, pictures and videos about your dog’s journey.
After your lucky pooch arrives safely in the U.S., we’ll let you know and you’ll receive a “I Saved A Life!” certificate.
If you’d like to learn more about fostering a dog in the US, please reach out to