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Keyda, a 10-year-old German shepherd dog was delighted to share kisses with Dianna Ambolino from the Cetronia Ambulance Corps billing department.PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELAND Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy Keyda, a 10-year-old German shepherd dog was delighted to share kisses with Dianna Ambolino from the Cetronia Ambulance Corps billing department.PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELAND Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy
Keyda proves she can’t hold her kisses from Cetronia Ambulance Corps EMT Chase Morber. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy Keyda proves she can’t hold her kisses from Cetronia Ambulance Corps EMT Chase Morber. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy
PRESS PHOTO BY LOU WHEELANDCetronia Ambulance Corps EMTs and paramedics — Mike Arndt, paratransport; Mary Minnich with Vayl; Taylor Stephens, paratransport; Cindy Sandt with Tater; Nicole Kleinert, emergency medical technician; Karen Wonderly with Annabelle; Courtney Lamb, paratransport; Jane Mann with Zora; and Kasey Kromka, paramedic. were treated to a bunch of love by canines from Lehigh Valley Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy PRESS PHOTO BY LOU WHEELANDCetronia Ambulance Corps EMTs and paramedics — Mike Arndt, paratransport; Mary Minnich with Vayl; Taylor Stephens, paratransport; Cindy Sandt with Tater; Nicole Kleinert, emergency medical technician; Karen Wonderly with Annabelle; Courtney Lamb, paratransport; Jane Mann with Zora; and Kasey Kromka, paramedic. were treated to a bunch of love by canines from Lehigh Valley Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photogrphy

Cetronia Ambulance Corps visits with Therapy Dogs

Sunday, December 29, 2019 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in Local News

Cetronia Ambulance Corps personnel were visited Dec. 16, 2019, by a group of happy dogs from the Lehigh Valley Therapy Dog group.

Knowing the stress that first responders are subject to, Kim Blichar, director of marketing and public relations with Cetronia Ambulance Corps, invited the group to bring their dogs to the Operations Center on Broadway, South Whitehall Township.

The dogs visited with employees in the finance department, the dispatch center and the crew room where paramedics, emergency medical technicians and paratransit drivers await assignments.