In South Korea, dogs have become incredibly popular as pets, with approximately 26.4% of households owning one. This means that one out of every four households in South Korea has a furry companion, highlighting the significant emotional bond Koreans have with their pets.
If you’re planning to immigrate to Korea and wish to bring your dog along, it’s important to be aware that the process can be quite complex, especially when coming from Hong Kong. You may have questions regarding the price and overall cost of immigrating your dog to Korea. Additionally, you may be wondering about the regulations regarding bringing dog ashes to Korea. As an expert in dog immigration to Korea, we have compiled all the necessary procedures for immigrating dogs to Korea. This ensures that pet owners are well-prepared and can make all the required arrangements in advance.
Dog immigration to Korea: General requirements for taking dog to Korea, such as:
- Let us know at least 3 months in advance
- Vaccination and Vaccination Record
- Korea pet health certificate
- Other treatments
- Import documents (import permit)
- Dog license (dog only)
- IATA-standard crates required
Once all the necessary procedures are successfully completed, pets arriving in Korea are not subjected to dog quarantine Korea requirements. Instead, they only need to undergo import inspection.
If you’re interested in utilizing our services, please feel free to fill out our quotation request form and provide us with the relevant information regarding your pet’s travel. This will assist us in creating a personalized pet relocation plan tailored to your needs. Should you have any further inquiries or questions, you can reach out to us by submitting your information via our contact form or directly contacting us on WhatsApp at +852 6358 3131. Our team of professional consultants is here to assist you.