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Adopting a Dog in Korea

December 11, 2008

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We have been receiving a lot of emails lately through our Contact page asking us about living with a dog in Korea. We realize now that we should have done a better job handling this topic through our FAQ Section – as these questions are being frequently asked. And so, we’ve updated the Korea FAQ with a section on Having a Dog in Korea. Of course, we’re not experts on this, so we can’t answer all of the nitty-gritty questions, but we can relate our experiences at least. We cover the initial costs for Spudgy, the vet fees for his surgery, how much we spend on him monthly, how much work he requires, and traveling around with Spudgy, be it either on our vacation or just on the subway. If you’re interested in adopting a dog in Korea, then this section should be useful to you. If you’re really set on adopting a dog, then we’ve included links in the FAQ to the dog shelter we adopted Spudgy from, as well as some links to Korean Dog Commands (because, after all, how cool is it to speak to your dog in Korean? Take him back home and he’ll for sure listen to nobody but you).

Other than that, we’re going to use this post as an opportunity to post more Spudgy-related material, since we haven’t been doing that nearly as much as we’d like. We finally posted a Photo Page for Spudgy, which we oddly haven’t put up before.

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  1. This video always makes me cry… it’s so sweet.

    5 years ago
  2. Spudgy's a Pekingese dog :D

    6 years ago