Most former military working dogs up for adoption are between 10 and 12 years old, Pawbuzz reported.
The Air Force is turning to the public for help in finding homes for their retired dogs, but there are a few requirements, Silvis told PawBuzz.
A prospective family has to undergo an interview with the military and answer questions about other pets in their homes. They can’t have children under 5 years old because most of the dogs aren’t a good fit with young children and they have to be able to travel to San Antonio to pick up the dog.
Those interested in adopting a retired MWD can contact officers at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to Lackland's website for more info.