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In Germany, The World's First Organic Butcher For Dogs

People laughed when Stefanie Fuchs opened her specialty butcher shop in Munich. But little by little, the canine nutritionist’s idea – top quality, custom-made dog food with no chemical additives – caught on. And there's one special bonus at the

In Germany, The World's First Organic Butcher For Dogs


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MUNICH -- "What do they put in canned dog food and why does it smell so strange?" Stefanie Fuchs, 28, asked herself precisely this question for years. Her curiosity eventually led to her become a dog nutritionist – and to opening what she describes as "the world's first organic butcher shop for dogs' in Munich's Laim district.

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