‘Dogs are incredible’ Suspended VOD service

[Daily Economy Star Today Reporter Yang So-young]

‘Dogs are incredible’ has suspended the VOD replay service of the border collie dogs Koby and Dambie, that have been controversial about animal abuse.

The KBS2 ‘Dogs are incredible’ side does not provide a VOD replay service that contains the entire contents of the broadcast of the border collie dogs Koby and Dambie.

“Dogs are incredible,” the crew said on the 7th of May Daily Economic Star Today. The production team decided that it was necessary to protect these people and decided to temporarily stop rebroadcasting and replaying two days after the broadcast after worrying.”

The story of Border Collie Koby and Dambie were introduced in ‘Dogs are incredible’, which was broadcast on the 22nd of last month. Kang Hyeong-wook, a dog trainer, judged that raising a stiff Koby and Dambie in one house was a problem, and suggested adoption. However, the guardians shed tears saying they could not sent both Koby and Dambie. Kang Hyeong-wook stopped training, and after the broadcast, criticism and opinions about the guardians of Border Collie flooded.

The dogs decided to educate Kobe on the 29th of last month’s ‘Dogs are incredible’ and follow the expert advice to adopt the sable.

On the bulletin board of the National Petition on the Blue House website, a petition call for rescuing Koby and Dambie, which were introduced on the TV show, was posted. And more than 48,000 people agreed. The police launched an internal affair on the basis of complaints from the National Newspaper on the 3rd of the guardian of Koby and Dambie .

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