How to adopt a rejected TSA pup 🐶

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Have you ever wondered what happens to failed TSA detection dogs? Well, they could be the perfect pet for you!

TSA has a canine adoption program that allows you to bring “failed” puppy students home as a forever family member.

Here are some of their requirements...

🐶 You must have a fenced in yard at the time of applying.
🐶 There should be no intention of moving within six months of adopting a dog.
🐶 You must agree to provide the dog with appropriate medical care, exercise, training and companionship.

Head over to and search, "Canine Adoption Program" to fill out an application.

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