Military officials at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland are getting concerned over the lack of interest in adopting dogs that have retired from the military.
Whereas people show a lot of interest in the trainee dogs who are not yet ready for duty, retired K9 can hardly find a home.
Military officials are now seeking the help of civilians. They have sent requests to those looking for dogs to consider adopting the K9.
These dogs worked hard for years, protecting our nation. They can be of great help to anyone who adopts them.
Whether you are a civilian or in the military, the K9s won’t disappoint. Nevertheless, those looking to adopt the K9s should be leaving in a well-secured home with a 6-foot boundary, should not have kids below five years and should have fewer than three dogs.
Additionally, they need to have details of their vet besides providing references.
Potential adopters need to understand that the process could last for close to two years; hence, the reason many would-be adopters shun military dogs.
But the slow process is aimed at ensuring the dogs are left in the hands of people who can take good care of them. For more on how to adopt military dogs, email them at email@example.com or call on 210-671-6766.
Ensure as many people as possible know about this story, so the K9 stand high chances of being adopted.
The following video on page 2 shows how one can adopt these great dogs.