Video: Adopting a Retired (or Failed!) TSA Dog

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) sniffer dogs do important work to keep us all safe when we travel.  Did you know that the TSA occasionally invites the public to adopt young dogs that failed TSA training or older dogs that have retired from active duty?  Adoptions are free…you just need to make your way to San Antonio, Texas to pick your new friend up if you are one of the lucky adopters.

Purebred dog breeds used by the TSA include German Shorthaired Pointers, Labrador Retrievers, German Shepherds, and Belgian Malinois.  You can watch a video about TSA dog adoption on the AOL news site HERE.  Learn more about the TSA canine adoption program on the official TSA website.

 

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