2013 • 27' • French
Director(s): Jean-Marie Barrière & Janick Cardiec • Producer(s): Grand Angle Productions • Coproducer(s): France Télévisions • Format(s): HD
There are some quieter days at the clinic when they have time to perform an operation at leisure or test some new equipment. Others are more incident-packed. The operation on a Belgian Shepherd suffering from a twisted abdomen interrupts Dr Brasseur’s evening. They have to treat the Yorkshire, Dolly, who swallowed some “nasty bits of bone” and also has breathing difficulties. No aspect of the operations conducted in the clinic is avoided, not even the euthanasia carried out on a ferret. One of the clinic’s most loyal clients opens the doors of her home to us, where she has set up the headquarters of her association for the protection of rats and where she houses 80 guests. At the clinic they celebrate the last day of an apprentice’s.