The Philippine Drug Detection Agency (PDEA) recently posted nine retired narcotic detection dogs looking for their new fur-ever homes.
“These dogs were evaluated and recommended for retirement based on their performance in drug detection and health condition,” wrote PDEA K-9 unit on their Facebook page.
Just like humans, these dogs are also ready for their retirement and would surely be very grateful for any human willing to adopt them and spend the rest of their lives in a loving and caring home.
To adopt, PDEA will be conducting an ‘Adoption Day’ that is open for anyone interested on May 3 (Friday) from 7am to 7pm at PDEA K-9 Unit Facility, Sitio Lambakin, Brgy. Sto. Cristo, Cito of San Jose del Monte in Bulacan.
For those willing to adopt, one must download and submit the Adoption Application and Adoption Agreement Forms posted on their Facebook page.
Take a look at the nine adoptables here:
If you have any further inquiries, you may contact IA III Bernardo S. Velasquez, Chief of the K-9 Unit at 0917 142 3460.
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