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Puppies training to be future assistance dogs earn their wings at Detroit-area airport

  • Five puppies undergoing training to become assistance dogs had a fun and educational experience at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Led by Paws With A Cause, a Michigan-based nonprofit, the puppies walked through a TSA checkpoint, rode a tram, and boarded an airplane for the training exercise.
  • The puppies' training includes exposure to various social situations, such as going to grocery stores, libraries, restaurants, and doctor's appointments. The airport training provides a unique experience due to its distinct sights and sounds, ensuring that the puppies become calm and confident in different environments.
  • Eventually, these puppies will be placed with individuals with disabilities who may need to fly, making the airport training crucial for their future roles as assistance dogs. The training program is organized by Paws With A Cause, which pairs the puppies with volunteers who raise and socialize them for the first year of their lives.
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