You can now adopt the TSA's retired bomb-sniffing dogs

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Now you can Adopt the TSA's Retired Bomb-Sniffing Dogs

Byline: Sean Dowling

Are you looking for a dog who can do more than just fetch, rollover or sit on command?

Would you consider a pup that can detect explosives and drugs and manage not to bark when next to an Imperial Scout Trooper?

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If those tricks are cool enough for you, then good news: some of the cute dogs at the airport always donning signs saying "do not pet" are now up for adoption!

That means you can finally pet and cuddle them all you want!

The Transportation Security Administration says they're looking for homes for retired explosives-detection dogs, as well as the ones who didn't quite make it through the rigorous training program.

The dogs typically range between two and 10 years old.

Common breeds are German Shepherds, German short-haired pointers, Labrador Retrievers, and the Belgian Malinois.

On top of their bomb-sniffing capabilities, all the dogs are already spayed, neutered and completely free! You just have to pick your pooch up in San Antonio, Texas.

So hopefully, on your way to get your TSA doggy, you have all of your documents in order so you aren't scolded by the TSA agents.

Or worse, run the risk of getting a super touchy-feely pat-down.

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