Adoption Process

Only Serious Homes Please
PLEASE READ ALL THE FOLLOWING FAQs AND INFORMATION CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU APPLY OR SEND ANY QUESTIONS.

It’s a life time commitment, think ten times before you send in the application. As an animal rights advocate, I, Nami Kim is trying to bring a small change in dog meat trade in Korea. Please help me to save me time. Only one out of thirty applications is valid. I spend lots of time reviewing each application and after that answer your questions by facebook messenger and call you for an interview when you have more questions other than what I’ve answered you, or when I have questions to ask you.

THINK 10 TIMES BEFORE DECIDE TO ADOPT.

Only fill out the application form after you have read all information on this site and click “Submit”. We need three photos of your home/house (prefer fenced front or back yard) for the dogs and three photos of your family members including your dogs. When we review and let you know if your applications has been approved. I need to get connected with you by facebook messenger for further communications. https://www.facebook.com/savekoreandogs/messages/

Thank you for offering your home to one of our dogs. All the dogs I post on this site are available for adoption, they are veterinary cleared and adoptable, ready to fly. Most dogs are healthy, spayed/neutered and received the required vaccinations by our vet Dr.Park (from August 2017 the nearest from our shelter) based on US and Canada quarantine standards.

We are able to send dogs to the US, Canada at the moment, from February 2017 we opened the door to the UK & Commonwealth, EU, Singapore. (No Australia and Hawaii, no vets in Korea will do the papers for the two countries) Because of quarantine rules and regulations, it takes as long as 4-6 months to the UK/EU or sooner depending on rabies anti body blood tests results. The process to the US and Canada is more straight forward. No adoptions possible for Australia at this time. No vet wants to do the papers to Australia.

Individual home adopters pay for the airfare and all other expenses involved with the shipment, but prior to that we take care of the vet bills including vaccinations and spay/neuter surgery.

PLEASE TAKE NOTE
First month is very important to the dog/s you adopted and you as a family, being out of Kennel/Korea is a strange new planet they are experiencing, new soil, new smell, new faces and so on. The adopters are required to update weekly and share the progress in our group page, SaveKoreanDogs Success Stories. You can share anything of the dogs and you daily, weekly or monthly. Thank you! “https://www.facebook.com/groups/263016840787841/”>

What Medical Care Is Given to Rescued Dogs?
Are the Dogs Toilet Trained?
How Do the Dog Flights Work?

Korean Air offices at those direct flight destinations will call you to inform you where to pick up your dog(s) and customs clearances, or (if less than a week booking) you call the office with the reservation confirmation number I send you a couple of hours later upon booking.

After the dogs get on board and moved to the live animal compartments, REAR 5 of the aircraft and it has auto temperature control in it.

We also sometimes use United Airlines cargo to Toronto, Vancouver and San Francisco. Flight costs by United Airlines is half of Korean Air. All UA flight flying out of Incheon/Seoul international airport are bound for San Francisco and the dogs get on connecting flights with lay over for hours. Its only worth it from Seoul/Incheon to SF as to other cities in US require social security number for connecting flight with an exception to cities in Canada. We prefer Korean Air that is the most expensive, but fly direct to the destinations. Let’s make the flights cut short, as short as possible and less stressful to the dogs. Its best you come to these cities and drive home with your dog. West coast LA, SF, Seattle, Las Vegas, Vancouver, for East Coast: NY, Washington DC, Toronto, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas.

What Does it Cost to Fly a Dog?
What Happens at the Departure Airport?
What Should I Prepare For My New Dog?

To fill out an application form, please go to the Application Form menu. Thank you for reading this before filling out your application. Please send in the applications first before any inquiring emails.

Please be reminded you are required to attach this in your applications.
At least three photos of your home/house (fenced front/backyard yard preferred) and three of your family photos are required. (or your dog’s photos) This is MUST attach to the applications together with minimum six photos of your home and family member.
After the Adoption, We would like to be updated on how the dog is doing/setting in at your home. Please send photos of the dog(s) weekly in the first month or share with the group, Save Korean Dogs Success Stories.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/263016840787841/

It could be daily, weekly or monthly how your new dog is doing in your home, new discoveries, the whole stories of process of each day or interesting stories you would like to share with other homes. Happy ending stories, Happy tails all the way. Thank you!