We have some excellent news for you today! Thanks to a new government program, dogs that fail out of training because they are too nice can now go up for adoption. All you have to do to find out how to get one of your own is to keep reading!
Often people do not realize how much dogs are involved with the government. Whether it be the TSA or the Secret Service, dogs are needed in order to protect our great country and serve it as well.
While many dogs pass their training, others do not. The main reason for being a “dropout” is due to the dog’s personality. If a dog is too friendly, then they are most likely not going to be government dogs.
Although this idea is sad, there is a light at the end of the tunnel for these dropouts.
For any pup that “fails,” and finds themselves in the “too nice,” category, they have another shot at a different path. Now, these adorable pups can be adopted!
Instead of the government putting them in a shelter, the boys and girls deemed too nice have a shot at a real forever family.
Now the Transportation Security Administration, also known as the TSA, has created this adoption organization. People are so excited about it too!
Not just anyone can adopt these adorable pups. There is a list of requirements that dog adopters must meet.
A DOG IS FOREVER
For example, if one wishes to adopt these special pups, they must not be moving in the upcoming months, have a backyard with a fence, provide medical assistance, and most importantly show love.
For more information on these “too friendly,” boys and girls please visit the TSA website.
Currently, the breeds available are German Shorthaired Pointer, a German Shepherd, a Labrador Retriever, and a Belgian Malinois.
Believe it or not, since the TSA put the adoption option on their website, people have been chomping at the bit to get a government dropout doggy. Who wouldn’t want a dog that is “too nice?”
For now, the TSA is no longer taking applications. The good news is, lots of dogs are getting adopted, meaning all these dogs are getting great families! If you are interested in a government dropout doggy, please make sure to stay updated on the TSA website!
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