At the end of last year, the Transportation Security Administration, or TSA, released a heartfelt call to action.
The organization revealed its newquest, focused on finding forever homes for the precious pups retiring from serviceon theirexplosives-detection squads.
These dogs, typically of German shepherd, Belgian Malinois, Labrador retriever, orGerman shorthaired pointer descent, were all initially chosen to work with TSA for their naturally elevated sense of drive, making them generally active pups.
While each of the dogs available for adoption are affiliated withTSA in some fashion, their involvements range. Some have served with TSA many years, whileothers only made it partially through training. Some are quite well behaved, while others are feisty.
Regardless oftheir service duration or temperament, each of these dogs is finally getting the chanceto live a happy, stress-free life with a newforever family.
Keep scrolling through our gallery to learn more about how you canadopt one of these precious dogs.
[H/T: Country Living]