Tony Robert Leo
Do westerner people eat dog meat? Dogs' fortune in China is miserable,I think dogs have conscientiousness and loyalty,they are often bought and stolen on the road to be killed and cooked.I think that the measure is extremely cruel,and have not any morals.
Jun 4, 2010 8:26 AM
Answers · 9
No, I don't know any western person who eats dog. I am not sure, but it may be illegal in Australia. Generally, I see a greater variety of meat and vegetables available in China, but much more processed food, especially canned food, available in Australia. That is not a good thing for Australians.
June 4, 2010
Hello dear friend my name is Mis Loveth I saw your profile in i just having some feeling on you that is why i want you contact me with this my email address [email protected] so that i will give you my pictures for you to know who i am
May 28, 2011
My brother and I never let this happen--when parents didn't want to raise the dog anymore,the problem they only consider is to end the problem.But brother and I treat dogs like part of the family. But it happened several times our dogs were stolen...and only thing would happen to them are killed in brutal ways .. sold into restaurant..and cooked in hot pot...I almost could hear the terrible screams
June 4, 2010
Some of my (western) friends ate dog on a trip to Korea. I always say "when in Rome..."
June 4, 2010
They eat dog meat. If you don't tell them what they are eating. ;) In some european countries it was quite common to eat dogs. Nowadays it is forbidden in most regions. For hygienic reasons. But the main aspect would be that they are held as companions and are not considered to be food. So, let's think about a chicken in your living room. A comrade, someone who shares your sorrow and joy. A trusted friend...
June 4, 2010
Show more
Still haven’t found your answers?
Write down your questions and let the native speakers help you!