A Yorkie rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea is now under the care of a Hillside-based Magnificent Mutts & Meows Rescue. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer   Linda Latelle, president of Magnificent Mutts & Meows Rescue, holds a Maltese named Ellen, one of 64 dogs rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea. The dogs traveled by truck from Canada to the Elmhurst Animal Care Center, where shelter and rescue organizations from the suburbs and throughout the Midwest accepted them into their care. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer   At the Elmhurst Animal Care Center Tuesday, Ashley Feck, of Huntley-based Animal House Shelter, greets a rescued dog rescued from the dog meat farm in South Korea. “It’s such a relief because there’s a lot of anxiety that goes along with this and just making sure that everything goes off without a hitch,” Feck said.. Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer Kelly Donithan, senior specialist of disaster operations/animal protection and crisis response for the Humane Society International, kisses a dog at a dog meat farm in Hongseong-gun, South Korea, on Feb. 13. The operation is part of efforts to end the dog meat trade throu...