People Can Now Adopt Dogs Who Failed Government Training For Being Too Friendly

For people who’d like to adopt a German Shorthaired Pointer, a German Shepherd, a Labrador Retriever, or a Belgian Malinois, they can now choose from beautiful puppies who are just too nice and carefree to pass the training for government work. The Transportation Security Administration has organised an adoption program to find lovely homes for the energetic and adorable training ‘dropouts’.

The complete list of minimum requirements that are needed for submitting an adoption application can be viewed on the TSA website. Some of the requirements are having no plans of moving within the next six months, having a yard that’s completely fenced, and being able to provide the dog training, exercise, proper medical care, and love. Approved applicants will be asked to travel to San Antonio, Texas twice. The first purpose of the first visit is to meet the dogs while the second one is to take the pet home.

[Update: due to an overwhelming number of requests, TSA is currently not accepting additional applications]

People can now adopt dogs who failed the government training.
They can adopt any of the following breeds: German Shepherd, Labrador Retriever, German Shorthaired Porter, and Belgian Malinois.
These puppies are lovable but highly trainable, they were just too nice to be government dogs.
The Transportation Security Administration has an adoption program to find homes for the ‘dropout’ dogs.
On the TSA website, you can find the complete requirements for the adoption application.
Some requirements are having a fenced yard and having no plans of moving to a different city within the next six months.
Applicants should also be capable of providing the dog’s basic needs: training, proper medical care, exercise, and lots of love.
Approved applicants will have to travel to San Antonio, Texas to officially meet the dogs and take the pet home on another day.

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