Offering our pets the same ambulance service as humans, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. UMSA 39 is the culmination of a project developed over nearly five years by Dylan Puyfagès, today 24 years old today.
And it all came from a personal experience: “I was 17 when Tequila, a 16-year-old Yorkshire girl belonging to my parents, started convulsing at our house, he says. In the panic, they were paralyzed and did not know how to react. It was late and it’s complicated to directly transport an unconscious animal. We were afraid of making things worse. »
A service absent from the territory
Stunned and also a little panicked by the event he was going through, the young man, also a young firefighter since he was 12, then instinctively began to perform the gestures of…