Though the COVID-19 pandemic has been shuttering businesses around the country, some essential businesses have been required to stay open. One such business is Tehachapi Veterinary Hospital, where our dogs are patients, and which Ludwig visits several times a month for acupuncture and other things.
Having read that veterinary hospitals were being asked to donate their PPE to human hospitals, we were worried about our vet hospital not having sufficient protection not just for medical procedures, but also in their continued interactions with clients, so we gifted them some of our handmade face masks in case the doctors and staff felt the need for them.
Our masks were so well received that we were encouraged to start offering them online, so we have made them available here at LudwigAndWolfgang.com. They can be ordered in random colors (faster processing and lower priced) or specific colors.
Additional / Replacement Filters for L&W Re-Usable Face Masks$1.50 Select options
Re-Usable Face Mask w/ Filter Pocket & Filter – Random Colors$11.99 Select options
Re-Usable Face Mask w/ Filter Pocket & Filter, Heavy Duty Elastic – Random Colors$14.99 Select options
Re-Usable Face Masks w/ Filter Pocket & Filter – Specific Color$19.99 Select options
Re-Usable Lightweight Face Mask – Random Colors – NO FILTER POCKET$9.99 Select options
About Our Face Masks
- Cotton or Cotton/Poly outer casing
- Filter pocket on the back
- Wired nose strip
- Soft and easy to fit elastics
- One bamboo filter which can be replaced with any material of your choosing
If you are ordering for a group (e.g. family, workplace, etc.) where many people will be wearing masks, you can select “Group” when ordering and we will make sure every mask is a different color to avoid mixing them up.
Processing & Shipping
While we try to keep as many in stock as possible, some orders may need to be made before being shipped out. When we have masks made, most orders will ship out next business day. However, please allow up to 1-2 weeks for processing, especially as we will be prioritizing orders being sent to health and veterinary workers.