Joey & Bailey Foundation

A Beverly Hills, CA 90212 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Pets at Joey & Bailey Foundation

  • Any
  • Dogs
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female
Photo of Bianca


Female, Young
Shiba Inu

Photo of Reeve


Male, Adult
Golden Retriever

Photo of Benji


Male, Young
Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Photo of Hyunjin


Male, Young
Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier

Photo of Star


Female, Young

Photo of Somang


Male, Young

Photo of Wendy


Female, Young

Photo of Peter


Male, Adult

Photo of Rachael


Female, Adult

Photo of Queenz


Female, Young

Photo of Luna


Female, Young

Photo of Lily


Female, Young

Photo of Emma


Female, Young

Photo of Daisy


Female, Puppy
Labrador Retriever

Photo of Chris


Male, Young

Photo of Zack


Male, Young

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1 - 16 of 16 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter

Areas Joey & Bailey Foundation Serves

Los Angeles, California
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California

Joey & Bailey Foundation's Adoption Process

1. Submit Application

Please fill out our online adoption application on our website. If you're approved, we will contact you via email and/or phone.

2. Interview

We interview the adopter via phone and explain in details about how oversea adoption works.

3. Home Check

Home check is mandatory. Volunteer home checks potential adopter's house. If no volunteer is available, virtual tour must be submitted.

4. Approve Application

5. Sign Adoption Contract

We email the Adoption Agreement via email for the adopter to sign.

6. Pay Fee

Since we're strictly volunteering our time in an effort to save more lives, you will be paying the rescuer in Korea directly.

7. Take the Pet Home

We find flight volunteers to help a newly adopted pet meet their new family. We ask the adopter to meet the flight volunteer at the airport.

1. Please fill out our adoption application on our site at:

2. Adoption Fee: $600*. Of which, $300 goes towards their medical expense such as; vaccinations including rabies, spay/neuter, preparation of documents needed for quarantine office, and travel kennel. $300 goes towards their flight fee along with a flight volunteer.

*Adopter will be responsible for additional custom broker fees to clear the pet's entry to the U.S. by the United States Customs & Border Protection.

Once your application is approved, you will send the fees via PayPal to the rescue group in Korea directly. Joey & Bailey is strictly a volunteer group and we do not collect any fees directly and we also do not raise funds publicly.

Time Frame: Typically 45-60 days. 

Per USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) and CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), the quarantine period is 30 days from the date they receive a rabies shot.

3. Once you submit the adoption application, we will carefully review and begin the interview process. During the interview, we will carefully explain how the overseas adoption process works and answer any questions they may have.

4. Once the adoption is approved, we begin posting on our social media accounts looking for flight volunteers traveling from Incheon, Korea to the city where the adopter resides.

About Joey & Bailey Foundation

A group of six girls (animal activists) with the same passion and goal got together in an effort to save precious lives in the Republic of Korea. The majority of canines we rescue in Korea are from the dog meat trade, illegal puppy mills, and/or high kill shelters.

All of our rescued dogs are currently being fostered in Seoul, Korea for the safety of our adopters during this COVID-19 pandemic. We may continue to foster all of our rescued dogs in Korea post-pandemic.

Presently, we do not raise any funds for our personal rescues. We’ve decided to just spend our personal funds to take care of all necessary rescue costs.

Come Meet Joey & Bailey Foundation's Pets


Please be advised that the majority of the dogs we rescue are being fostered in Korea. Once the adoption process is complete, we generally connect adopters with the fosters in the Republic of Korea, to stay connected and get updates on your newly adopted pet.

We thank you so much for your interest in adopting an abandoned animal from Korea. The majority of the dogs we rescue are either from high kill shelters, illegal puppy mills, and the dog meat trade.

With Gratitude,

Joey & Bailey Foundation
Pending 501(c)(3)

Joey & Bailey Foundation's Adopted Pets

See Adopted Pets List