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Dogmopolite
in numbers (June 2018)

115,321
dog guestnights

121,560
dog day-care days

105,300
walked kilometres

23,570
groomed dogs

1,954
trained dogs

34,501
active day-care dog-days

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Dogmopolite and Yorktrend have signed a strategic cooperation agreement on October 1, 2014. The dynamically growing Yorktrend offers everything from clothes, through forums, articles, all the way to professional advisory.

Dogmopolite is proude to announce the lauch of its dog boarding and day-care facility on the Buda side of Budapest on September 15, 2014 - being the first company to provide boarding services on both sides of Budapest!

January 2, 2012: Dogmopolite joins ExpatsHungary, strengthening its position among diplomats and professionals temporarily residing in Hungary.

August 22, 2010: Dogmopolite joins Facebook

 

August 24, 2010: Sales start in the 3rd district of Budapest

The new Government Decree will come into force on July 1, 2010 including the new legal regulation on pet keeping for leisure purposes and animal trade (41/2010. (II. 26)). Download the Hungarian version here.

 

Attachments:
Download this file (412010II26.pdf)Government Decree[ ]101 kB

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AGA »

The AGA (Austrian Grooming Association)
was formed in 2003 and Dogmopolite is the
only Hungarian company which is member
in this prestigious club.

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IACP »

Our company has been an official member of the IACP (International Association of Canine Professionals) with seat in Florida, US, since 2013

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Professional Liability Insurance »

In light of our commitment towards
professional service provision and health- and
material-related values, our company disposes
of a general and service liability insurance up to HUF 10 million covering any potential health or property damage

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