Published October 14. 2021 09:47AM
By LOU WHEELAND
Special to The Press
The Lehigh Valley Seeing Eye Puppy Club had a training session Sept. 12 at Cetronia Ambulance Corps headquarters, 4300 Broadway, South Whitehall.
The purpose of the training was to introduce potential Seeing Eye dogs to an ambulance in the event they would need to accompany their human partner in an emergency.
Puppies ages 7 weeks to 18 months were handled by volunteers with the local Seeing Eye dog program.
Volunteers with the Lehigh Valley Seeing Eye Puppy training program exercise their puppies Sept. 12 on the grounds of the Cetronia Ambulance Corps headquarters, 4300 Broadway, South Whitehall.
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELAND Shadow takes his first steps into an ambulance during the Lehigh Valley Seeing Eye Puppy training at Cetronia Ambulance Corps.
Cetronia Ambulance Corps Paramedic Krista Benner and Frank Sweigart, of Caldwell, N.J., discuss their mutual admiration for German shepherd dogs as 10-month-old Brody settles in.
Brewster, a 5-month-old golden retriever, shows he is ready to help his human if an ambulance is ever needed. Cetronia Ambulance Corps Paramedic Krista Benner chats with volunteer trainer Katlyn Riazzi of Lower Macungie.