PDEA’s 9 retired dogs up for adoption
MANILA, Philippines — Nine retired narcotic detection dogs of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) are now looking for their new forever homes.
The PDEA K-9 unit said these dogs “were evaluated and recommended for retirement based on their performance in drug detection and health condition.”
“We are posting nine Retired PDEA Narcotic Detection Dogs ready for adoption to those interested citizens,” it said.
“Make Hero Dogs become a member of your family,” it added.
"ADOPTION IS A LOVING OPTION"Make Hero Dogs become a member of your family.The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency…
The agency announced that it will hold its first “Adoption Day” on May 3, Friday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the PDEA Facility in the City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan.
For those interested, details on how to adopt these dogs are on PDEA’s Facebook posting. You may also contact Agent Bernardo S. Velasquez, chief of the K-9 Unit, at 0917-1423460.
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