Last May, Julien Slypsteen, an entrepreneur active in the field of animal care as a manufacturer for 40 years, was looking for a new pension for his dog Karlos, the real mascot of his company and on his social networks. He found by chance the name of the “Gardiennage Michèle” in Baulers, in the entity of Nivelles. Which suits Julien, since he lives in Braine-l’Alleud.
If the first telephone contacts take place in a good mood, the first visit is not really of the same rank. On site, he notices aging infrastructures, but that does not bother him more than that: he decides to drop off his dog here.
► Julien explains here that he recovered Karlos injured in the eye and without hearing
► “It does not have adequate infrastructure”: the boarding house has a dead dog and others injured
► Marc Kievits, veterinary inspector, takes stock