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My name is Goonbam!
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Approve Application

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Approve Application

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

7.

Take the Pet Home

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Akita/Samoyed
Color
Brown/Chocolate - with Black
Age
Puppy
Size
(When grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Weight
(Current) 15 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Goonbam (4mos, male) was found in Jeju Island of Korea. 🌰 Goonbam means roasted chestnut in Korsan and he got that name from his coat color πŸ˜†He was chained and helpless when he was found. Since he got rescued he has been such a happy boy! He loves going out for a walkie. He is good with other dogs and children. Goonbam deserves a fantabulous life! Apply for Goonbam 🌰 πŸ’“πŸ˜€
Goonbam (4mos, male) was found in Jeju Island of Korea. 🌰 Goonbam means roasted chestnut in Korsan and he got that name from his coat color πŸ˜†He was chained and helpless when he was found. Since he got rescued he has been such a happy boy! He loves going out for a walkie. He is good with other dogs and children. Goonbam deserves a fantabulous life! Apply for Goonbam 🌰 πŸ’“πŸ˜€
Rescue

Faith Canine Rescue - NJ Transport

Contact info
Pet ID
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Contact
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Phone
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Address
Hoboken, NJ 07052
Donation
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Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

We highly encourage the applicants to be as thorough as possible in their application!

2.

Interview

Once the application is reviewed, applicants will be invited to zoom interviews which last usually 15-20 minutes.

3.

Home Check

Due to Covid home check is skipped during pandemic era.

4.

Approve Application

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

Once the adoption fee is received, adopters will be invited to a chatgroup where they can ask any questions to the current foster parents.

7.

Take the Pet Home

Adopters will be picking up the adopted pets from the designated airports.

Additional adoption info

All our dogs fly from Korea to the US when their adoptions are finalized. All adopters must agree to surrender the pets BACK to Faith Canine Rescue if the adopter no longer wants the pet. All adopters must agree to provide periodic update of the adopted pet.
All our dogs fly from Korea to the US when their adoptions are finalized. All adopters must agree to surrender the pets BACK to Faith Canine Rescue if the adopter no longer wants the pet. All adopters must agree to provide periodic update of the adopted pet.

Go meet their pets

All our dogs fly from Korea to the US when their adoptions are finalized. We encourage adopters to go through local shelters/rescues first. Please consider Faith Canine Rescue/Welcome Paws: Korean Dog Rescue as the last option since the adopters cannot go through "meet and greet." Multiple video clips will be provided and we will help you walk through the steps to reassure the adopted dog and the adopter are the best match for each other. Some dogs are available for meet and greet if the dogs are fostered in the US.
All our dogs fly from Korea to the US when their adoptions are finalized. We encourage adopters to go through local shelters/rescues first. Please consider Faith Canine Rescue/Welcome Paws: Korean Dog Rescue as the last option since the adopters cannot go through "meet and greet." Multiple video clips will be provided and we will help you walk through the steps to reassure the adopted dog and the adopter are the best match for each other. Some dogs are available for meet and greet if the dogs are fostered in the US.

More about this rescue

Faith Animal Rescue unites volunteers in both South Korea and the United States to rescue imprisoned dogs from meat factories and high-kill shelters in Korea. We want loving families for these vibrant sentient animals. Rescue efforts began when early group members sponsored and fostered Hat-Ban, a beautiful Jindo made paraplegic from a car accident. After successfully placing Hat-Ban in a caring home, we teamed with private groups and independent rescuers to help other handicapped dogs along with their four-legged counterparts. In expanding our search for adoption leads, we’ve broadened our mission: To bring at-risk dogs across the Pacific to loving stateside families. We assist private rescuers and small activist groups in Korea to find the best adoption opportunities for each dog we rescue. We rescue large and small dogs of all breeds, including dogs with special needs. We’re currently asserting our opposition of β€œGye-Yang-San,” an illegal dog meat farm where 250 large-breed dogs were known to be housed in a single small cage. 40 of these farmed dogs have thankfully been saved, but 190 remain confined to their cage awaiting rescue. Due to limited demand for large-breed dogs in Korea, arranging for local adoption has proven almost impossible. Instead, we seek to bring these persecuted dogs to the United States where dogs have a higher chance for adoption and survival.
Faith Animal Rescue unites volunteers in both South Korea and the United States to rescue imprisoned dogs from meat factories and high-kill shelters in Korea. We want loving families for these vibrant sentient animals. Rescue efforts began when early group members sponsored and fostered Hat-Ban, a beautiful Jindo made paraplegic from a car accident. After successfully placing Hat-Ban in a caring home, we teamed with private groups and independent rescuers to help other handicapped dogs along with their four-legged counterparts. In expanding our search for adoption leads, we’ve broadened our mission: To bring at-risk dogs across the Pacific to loving stateside families. We assist private rescuers and small activist groups in Korea to find the best adoption opportunities for each dog we rescue. We rescue large and small dogs of all breeds, including dogs with special needs. We’re currently asserting our opposition of β€œGye-Yang-San,” an illegal dog meat farm where 250 large-breed dogs were known to be housed in a single small cage. 40 of these farmed dogs have thankfully been saved, but 190 remain confined to their cage awaiting rescue. Due to limited demand for large-breed dogs in Korea, arranging for local adoption has proven almost impossible. Instead, we seek to bring these persecuted dogs to the United States where dogs have a higher chance for adoption and survival.