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These PDEA Drug-Sniffing Dogs are Up for Adoption

This may be the only time you can say "PDEA" and "awww" in the same breath.
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The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) has announced that it is retiring 13 of its narcotic detection dogs (NDDs) and putting them up for adoption. These hard-working K9s certainly deserve all the love and care they can get after serving our country. 

If you're interested in giving any of these dogs a home, contact Agent Bernardo Velasquez at 09171423460.

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