Things to  Read Thoroughly b4 Welcoming your Furbaby

1. This page

2. Post Adoption Manual; usually sent via email when the adoption is granted.

3. Training Record if applicable

Required Documents

These are documents you need to have in hard copy when coming to the airport.

1. Adoption Letter; will be sent to you a few days before the flight.

2. Health Cert.; will be sent to you a couple of days before the flight.

3. Customs Paper; will be sent to you once the dog flies out of the airport in South Korea.

The day of the adoption

These are documents you need to have in hard copy when coming to the airport.

  • 1. Have all documents from above; Adoption Letter, Health Cert., and Customs Paper, printed and ready to go.

  • Have $60 CAD ready in tens preferrably.

  • go to the address listed below 1 hour prior to expected landing.

2720 Britannia Rd E, Mississauga, On L4W2P7

 

  • Tell the officer there that

    • "My dog is coming from South Korea"

  • Hand in 3 documents you prepared.

CBSA officer WILL try to trick you!

If the officer asks you how much you paid to adopt the pup, please say, "$200"

If you say "$450 or $500 USD, your tax can be as high as  $130.

There are two possibilities here.

Possibility 1

If the officer says "Pay for the inspection  fee here",

  • Pay the inspection fee; $35~$37 CAD.

  • Go to the airport.

  • Wait near

    • Terminal 3 if the dog flies in with Korean Air.

    • Terminal 1 if the dog flies in with Air Canada.

  • Meet our flight volunteer and give $20 CAD to her/him.

    • FV should have paid for the porter tip already.​​

Possibility 2

If the officer says "Go to the airport and wait there",

  • Go to the airport.

  • Wait near

    • Terminal 3 if the dog flies in with Korean Air.

    • Terminal 1 if the dog flies in with Air Canada.

  • Meet our flight volunteer and give $60 CAD to her/him.

    • FV should have paid for the inspection and the porter tip already.​