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Let’s not forget about those little fluffy loved ones we dragged with us on our Dusseldorf journey because we were too sad to leave without them. Here are the 9 best pet shops in Dusseldorf!
Haven’t had the chance to bring your pets over to Germany yet? Here’s a post that might help you: How to Bring Your Pets to Germany.
While I’m no pet owner myself (at least not yet), Arun Raj is here from howtoleashtrainapuppy.com to share some of the best pet shops in Dusseldorf with you.
Are you Googling “the best pet shops in Düsseldorf”? Looking for your fluffy friend’s next outfit? Stocking up on treats? Searching for their special diet food? Or just looking for anyone of the other hundred things your pet might need (training equipment, puppy beds, vaccinations, training, co2 filling, veterinarians, carrier bags, entertainment, care, hygiene, etc.)
Below, you’ll find a list of specialization pet shops including their addresses. If you’d rather shop online, click on the web address, and happy shopping!
Dinner for Cats and Dogs
Dinner for Cats and Dogs is kind of like Marley Spoon (you know the meal kit delivery service?)… but for cats and dogs. You can register for a monthly subscription and get the exact dietary and healthy meals that your cats and dogs need. You can also get a free sample to test it out before making the big decision.
Okay, this is the second shop that doesn’t have a store location, but a great little secret. OTTO is known for clothing, household items, and electronics, but if you’re lucky, you might snatch up a deal for dog toys, crates, leashes, and more!
If your pet suffers from any allergic issues, then undoubtedly enter this boutique. Mega Zoo provides some of the best veterinarians for prescribing special treats and medicines to puppies. Mega Zoo also provides basic leash training which may be essential for your time spent in Düsseldorf.
Address:- Suitbertusstraße 137, 40223 Düsseldorf, Germany
Phone: +49 211 3013980
In Zooland you’ll find trendy accessories and outfits, treats, food, dietary specialties, training tools, and travel items. and also special foods for puppies who possess health issues.
Address: Im Brühl 1-5, 40625 Düsseldorf, Germany
Phone:+49 211 296635
Outfits, carrier bags, bowls for feeding, toys, collars, leashes, harnesses, potties, crates and so on, you get the gist. Hundestolz is quite a trendy place if you’re looking for the hottest outfits or accessories to match your home. Just window shopping past Hundestolz is a trip in itself.
Address: Hohe Str. 35, 40213 Düsseldorf, Germany
Phone: +49 211 2107224
If you’ve heard of any pet shops before arriving into Düsseldorf, you’ve likely heard of Fressnapf. It’s throughout Germany and sells everything from the head to the paws. You’ll find what you need here, including ID collar tags, training sessions, vaccinations and medication.
Address: Kappeler Str. 144, 40599 Düsseldorf, Germany
Phone: 0800 – 1990990
If you’re looking to spoil your puppy with some posh accessories, there’s a beautiful and stylish shop in Oberkassel called Dogsmopolitan that you should definitely check out.
Address: Belsenstraße 15, 40545 Düsseldorf, Germany
Phone: 0211 43637473
Die Pfotenbar has a great selection of dog and cat food. The staff is known to be very helpful when it comes to educating you on how to nourish your dog.
Address: Fichtenstraße 36, 40233 Düsseldorf, Germany
Phone: 0211 56680371
If you don’t have time to make it to the store, Haustierkost.de provides online ordering and doorstep deliveries for those of you with a tight schedule. Haustierkost offers gourmet meals for your pet with allergy specifications.
Phone: +49 211 99446748
Are there any other pet shops in Dusseldorf you’d add to the list? There are new shops popping up all over town so in order to keep this post relevant, please share your tips in the comment section below.
A huge thank you to Nina Liza for contributing to the updated version of this post.
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