So, remember that Wendy Two-Feathers in Montana went through the process to adopt her former Military Working Dog, Butter. Since she and Juni are in occasional contact, that information has now been passed on so that Joe and Juni can adopt their own canine veteran. There are a lot of agencies that claim to facilitate Military Working Dog adoptions, but you have to be careful and do some research since there have not been a lot of restrictions about what kinds of dogs can be sold as “former Military Working Dogs”, and breeders can make any claim they wanted to.
Any legit MWD adoption has to, at some point, go through the 341st Training Squadron in San Antonio, Texas. This is where all Military Working Dogs are trained– the whole MWD program, for all branches of service, are based at this Air Force Base: