ANIMAL RELOCATION TO SOUTH KOREA: HOW IS THIS DONE?
Is a departure to SOUTH KOREA on the cards for your four-legged friend?
There are a few rules and procedures to be followed to ensure their trip takes place under the best possible conditions…
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The minimum time period between the start of formalities to be carried out and your pet’s trip to South Korea is at least two months.
VETERINARY PROTOCOL AND ADMINISTRATIVE STEPS ABOUT PET TRANSPORT TO SOUTH KOREA
To ensure that your dogs, cats or other friends meet the requirements for importation into South Korea, they will need:
- An animal passport
- A microchip
- Be vaccinated against rabies (dating more than 30 days, but less than a year)
- They must have had a rabies antibody titration done (dating more than 30 days after the vaccination, but less than a year prior to departure)
- An international certificate of good health (document issued separately from their passport, dating to within the last ten days and stamped by the Departmental Directorate for Public Protection (the “DDPP”) in your region).
Once all these steps have been followed, your pet is finally ready to board their flight to South Korea, to make the most of the Country of Tigers.
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The links below will direct you to the websites of the Embassy of South Korea and those of the DDPP. Specifically, they will enable you to check the full set of importation regulations and administrative procedures