Singapore Armed Forces Is Looking For A Furever Home For Its 13 Retired Military Doggos!

Singaporeans, if you’re looking for a life companion, here’s your chance to adopt a retired military dog into your homes!

singapore armed forces is looking for a furever home for its 13 retired military doggos!Photo via Facebook: Ministry of Defence, Singapore (MINDEF)

The Singapore Armed Forces Military Working Dog Unit is looking for new homes for 13 of its veteran military working dogs.

According to Mothership SG, four out of the 13 dogs are suitable for Singapore’s Housing and Development Board under Project ADORE (Adoption and Rehoming of dogs). 

Two are female while the rest are males, and a detailed description of the doggos were provided in a Facebook post.

“These dogs have worked hard all their lives, and now they’re looking for a forever home. 

“So, if you have space in your home and in your heart, do consider opening your doors to one of these lovable and loyal dogs, and be the new family that they need,” read the caption. 

These doggos have worked hard all their lives, and now they’re looking for a forever home 🏡 The Singapore Armed Forces...

Posted by Ministry of Defence, Singapore (MINDEF) on Sunday, September 26, 2021

One of the photos features an 11-year-old Malinois, Roy.

The post described Roy as shy and timid, but after showering him with some love and attention, Roy will eventually show you his lovable, puppy-like side. 

A Belgian Malinois, named Kimbo was introduced as having a heart of gold, and to not be fooled by his appearance as he is a top-performing guard dog and is incredibly loyal and intelligent. 

He is also very curious and is always happy to pick up new tricks. 

Meanwhile, a female Labrador Retriever, Salsa, was described as “affectionate and obedient, Salsa is the perfect house dog for any loving family.”

All you need to do is shower her with treats and lots of belly rubs, and you’ll have a happy camper for a companion. 

Ahh, our hearts! We wish we could adopt one (or more)! 

If you’re in Singapore, and want to adopt a new pup, consider one of these cuties, please!

By: Aishah Akashah Ahadiat