Animal boarding houses are stormed for the summer holidays

Covid effect. The proportion of owners with an animal has increased, and the desire for holidays is stronger. The Domaine de Ghanna, in Walhain, is already full and has already closed reservations for All Saints’ Day…

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Journalist of the Walloon cell

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VSIt’s time for a walk for Socrates. Vivien Lacroix introduces the braque to the Domaine de Ghanna where his masters placed him during their holidays. He stretches his legs with pleasure before joining one of the 47 sites of this boarding house for dogs in Walhain. In this period, there is still room, but this will be far from the case during the next school holidays. If you want to leave for Christmas, it’s even time to book now.

“We work with a six-month deadline, the owner of the premises confides to us. We are already very busy during normal times, but following many adoptions during the covid period, many people today find themselves in embarrassment by learning at their expense that they must book early enough if they do not want to having to resort to the family to look after their pet. We are already closing reservations for All Saints. »

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