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You can now adopt pups that are deemed too ‘nice’ for government work

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You can now adopt service dogs that have been dropped from their government training programs.

Pups are dropped from their programs for all sorts of reasons, including nervousness, lack of drive and a personality that doesn’t fit the gig, Insider reports. Sometimes, a dog can even be too “nice” for the job!

Here are some of the organizations that help “career change” dogs get adopted:

The TSA also has an adoption program for its drug-sniffing dogs who failed the requirements for the graduation ceremony.

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