I'm not sure what they were doing with these sweet rejects previously but the TSA has decided to open up adoptions for their canine dropouts!
This is good news but there is also bad news: Due to an extensive waiting list and a lack of available adoption candidates, the TSA are currently not accepting any additional applications. But this is definitely a link you'll want to save for future information if you want a German Shorthaired Pointer, a German Shepherd, a Labrador Retriever, or a Belgian Malinois!
According to the website, "dogs available for adoption are ones that do not meet the TSA Canine Training Center criteria for government work. These dogs are highly active and in most cases, untrained and not house broken, but with proper training and care, they can be a great addition to families. On occasion, there are dogs that have been retired from government service."
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