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Pennsylvania Secretary of Health, Dr. Rachel Levine signed an order requiring face masks be worn when in public.

The CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

CDC also advises the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. 

The AOAL face mask is made of cotton quilting fabric on the front and flannel quilting fabric on the inside. Masks should be washed frequently in the washing machine with normal detergent. Do not use fabric softener.

Please understand that our face masks are not a replacement for medical grade Personal Protective Equipment, and in circumstances where medical grade Personal Protective Equipment is recommended, you should consult a health care professional. The decision to use this mask is solely your own.  

             


Featured Champion Dog

Hello from Lucy an Old English bulldog.  At 5 years old she is sweetheart.  When it comes to meeting children, she is a big marshmallow which is why she enjoys visiting reading programs as a certified therapy dog. At our local libraries you can find her lying peacefully besides the children as they show her pictures, tell made up tales and practice reading with no judgment. Her handler Jo also enjoys reading to their visitors. Of course, sometimes Lucy's snaggle tooth will come out and that's when we say she is smiling at them. And if her tongue comes out, we laugh and say she is being funny. When Lucy is not working, she enjoys car rides, walks and exploring her garden. Lucy also likes all her teddy bears and dressing up. She has won several awards.  Presently we have a Facebook page called Lucy's Library that she hope's you will follow. We read a story a week. We hope to be back to see everyone soon.

Lucy's Library




"Angel on a Leash" is a non-profit organization.

 P.O. Box 247 

Richboro, Pa 18954     

 215-478-6762

 skramer@angelonaleash.net

  Mission Statement

           Angel on a Leash®, Inc. (AOAL), is a nonprofit organization that provides

           volunteer therapy dog handler teams (Champions) to visit  with anyone that

           would benefit from the human-canine bond in enhancing human health and 

           quality of life. All handler-dog teams (Champions) are tested, certified, 

           registered by AOAL. Additionally, during scheduled visits, our 

          Champion teams are insured by AOAL.








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