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Military Working Dog Adoptions

Canines are one of the best partners that we can have.  I don’t want to sound demeaning, but they are also a great tool.  The nose of a canine can sniff out suspects, drugs and explosives.  Agencies around the world tend to spend thousands of dollars for a canine, most of the time that doesn’t include any training.  What if there was a way to reduce the initial cost of acquiring a canine and training, which in this economy and reduced budgets that would be a big deal to the administrators.


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  1. Hello,

    Just was wondering about the military dog adoption program. Would love some new information. I’ve heard recently that some military dogs have been euthanized when they are no longer needed. I live in Irvine California.