Published May 12, 2019 at 2:33 AM | Updated at 12:38 PM EDT on May 12, 2019
Dozens of adorable pups took flight on Saturday at the Oakland International Airport, but no, they are not going on vacation.
A group of 70 dogs with Guide Dogs for the Blind were hard at work and in-training for challenges they may face when they fly, according to the organization.
"The training took place at a time when the airline industry is grappling with how to address the challenges presented by passengers flying with animals they falsely represent as service animals, and when a growing number of animal species are being taken on planes as emotional support animals," Guide Dogs for the Blind said in a statement.
Check out the cute puppies below: