DOYLESTOWN TOWNSHIP — Vacation Home Pet Resort and Coaching Middle donated $1,020 to the nonprofit remedy canine group Angel On A Leash. The funds have been raised through the pet facility’s annual Halloween fundraiser taking portraits of canines in costumes.
Proceeds have been earmarked for AOAL’s day-to-day bills to assist the work by volunteers with their remedy canines — known as champion groups — that present visits to space faculties, senior care amenities and hospitals.
“AOAL is raring to get again to visiting and we’re hopeful that some outside actions can resume within the spring,” stated Bob Wharton, co-president of the Richboro-based group. “A few of these actions might contain outside parades or placing on a present. Up to now, members have gathered and proven methods their canines can do and carried out different issues like rally or agility. Champion groups are doing digital visits, sending recordings and mailing notes with photos of their canines which might be shared by the employees. Within the meantime, we’re creating different methods for our members to remain engaged reminiscent of providing refresher coaching courses and pet CPR certification.”
For details about AOAL name 215-478-6762, or go to angelonaleash.wildapricot.org.