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DOGS in the CITY
Nicole Meins

Mansteinstraße 7
20253 Hamburg
T +49 40 423269-10
F +49 40 423269-11
https://shop.dogs-in-the-city.de

shop@dogs-in-the-city.de
 

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Please note that this address is not a shop. Our exclusive dog beds and dog cushions are distributed in our online shop and in the selected specialist trade. After an appointment, we will be pleased to meet you and your dog in our warehouse in Hamburg, where you can watch and test all products. Please call us: +49 40 423269-10 or write an e-mail to shop@dogs-in-the-city.de.

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