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Holidaymakers at Leeds Bradford Airport may have spotted some unusual passengers making their way through the departure lounge today.
A team of trainee guide dog puppies have been put through their paces at the airport. It's all part of their training schedule before they graduate to full guide dog status. Sally Simpson reports.
Five puppies attended the training event at Leeds Bradford Airport, with ages ranging from 3 to 8 months. Some of the more advanced puppies were taken through the check in and security procedures to explore the recently developed terminal.
The pups were accompanied by their very special volunteer puppy walkers, who play a vital role in preparing the pups for their future as an assistance dog from a young age.
Guide Dog puppies in training are taking part in an event at Leeds Bradford Airport to get them used to a variety of obstacles.
A litter of Guide Dogs puppies are at Leeds Bradford Airport today as part of their training.
The terminal is an ideal venue for group to encounter many of the obstacles that they will need to deal with in their day-to-day when they become fully fleged Guide Dogs.