Military dogs risk their lives for us, but when they are too old for that, they need a forever home that will give them back lots of love after everything they have done for us.
Every service of military dog comes to an end, and when it happens, the military looks for incredible homes that would pamper them through their “golden years”.
The Air Force at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland is now looking for both civilians and military member to adopt military dogs that retired from the army.
The Air Force recently published their news that they are looking for adoptive families to give their retired doggos a good ending.
They stressed that lots of people contact them regarding puppies that didn’t pass the test for active duty, but people very few individuals reach out to adopt retired dogs.
If you think about it for a moment, retired dogs were trained by professionals and can do all kinds of extraordinary things that puppies and other dogs, in general, can’t.
But the Air Force won’t give their precious dogs to hands that they aren’t sure of. After applying to adopt a retired dog, you would have to go through a process that could take up to two years.
If you want to adopt a retired dog, you have to be dedicated and determined. You would be required to do some paperwork and answer lots of questions about where the dog will stay and how you plan on caring for it.
The basic requirements are:
1. No kids under the age of 5
2. No more than three dogs already in the home
3. Six-foot fence
4. Being able to produce transport carte.
Angels who are interested in adopting a retired military dog may call 210-671-6766 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.