At our member meeting of Oct 28, 2023, Dr. Susan Sciarrata spoke generally about trauma and PTSD and addressed phrases that you CAN USEwhen you and your dog encounter someone suffering from a traumatic event on one of your visits. Also she specifically addressed phrases that you SHOULD NOT use in that situation.
A recap of her presentation, including phrases to use and phrases to avoid can be found here -
Angel on a Leash is now a Silver Sponsor of Alpha Bravo Canine
Did you know -
Angel on a Leash champion teams go everywhere.
In addition to hospital, nursing homes and assisted living facilities we go to -
Don't see what you're looking for?
Feel free to reach out to any of the board members using the Contact menu item at the top of this page to ask if we currently go somewhere you'd like to visit and if not, how you can get it added to our list.
Being a champion/therapy dog team provide many opportunities to volunteer in our community.
We encourage all new teams to start your visits with a mentor.
If you are a long standing member who is looking for new places to go or a new member that is wondering what's next. AOAL Angel Wings is here to support, guide and extend expertise. We offer shadowing to visits and encourage all to reach out to us to stay active including our community events.
Currently we have several members who are actively visiting in senior facilities, hospitals, schools and local libraries.
Our Chair, Josephine DeAngelis and her therapy dogs Lucy and Tessa are frequent flyers at local libraries and reading programs. We have several teams to guide you through senior facilities too
Let's keep moving!
Angel on a Leash is proud to announce the arrival of new and exciting products. From hats and tote bags to beautiful apparel, there is something for everyone.
Help us spread the word and wear your Angel on a Leash branded merchandise proudly!
Thank You for your support!
FEATURED CHAMPION DOG
Remy and Diane have been AOAL members for almost 2 years.
Remy loves his visits to CareOne in Moorsetown, NJ every Friday. The residents look forward to seeing what new outfit Remy will be wearing each week to lift their spirits. He has become quite popular with both the residents and staff. Diane says it warms her heart to see the joy Remy brings to people both young and old.