Our main objective is the provision of the right care and service for all of our four-legged clients. In order for this to achieve it is of paramount importance to find the most suitable and reliable colleagues, since we all know well, that entrusting someone with our dearest friend often causes anxiety and leaves us in distrust.
Our services are carried out by professionals having many years of experience in this specific field of expertise, being dog-keepers themselves – or maybe even more than that, dogs being the centre of their everyday lives, their passion. Our goal is to convey this love and affection to your dog too.
Love and affection is one aspect though, the other being special requests by the dog owners. Be it an individual training course or discipline to be learned, behavioural anomalies to be treated or health to be preserved, our well-prepared and up-to-date colleagues will soon after having thoroughly investigated the situation work out the most suitable service.
Along with the professional content, flexibility is another very important issue. As our circle of clients comprises everything from the elderly with difficulties to move all the way to busy businesspeople or diplomats often spending weeks abroad, we try to organize our services in a flexible way regarding time, range of service and the financials.
...Because we believe that professional services demand professional management...
Peter is responsible for Dogmopolite's general management. Following his high-school studies in Austria he moved back to Hungary after 10 years to obtain his BA in tourism and hotel management, to be followed by an MA at the Budapest Corvinus University and later the MBA at the CEU Budapest. During his career he has been general manager of many companies. Peter has working experience in Hungary, Austria, Switzerland and Spain, countries where he not only worked but also lived for longer periods of time.
Dog goomer, walker and trainer colleagues
Anna dog boarding colleague
Anna is a real dog aficionado. She adopted her dog Lütyő, a young Mudi, from a shelter one and a half years ago. Up until then she volunteered for years in many shelters and gained lots of experience in this field. She obtained the habilitation dog training diploma in 2019. She goes touring with Lütyő on a regular basis, loves riding the horse and make every day special. She is an affectionate, loving team member in our boarding facility in Szentendre.
Viki dog boarding colleague
Viki was only 4 when her parents surprised her with the first pet: Momo, the Yorkie. Viki rescued many dogs, her own Hungarian Vizsla, among others. She likes both large and small breeds. Since her very early childhood Viki has know that she would become a dog professional. Starting her employment at Dogmopolite Dog Boarding, she has finally realized this dream. Viki shares her apartment with Axel, a rescued Dachshund.
Barbi dog boarding colleague
Barbara has been dealing with horses for 15 years. In addition to that, she just loves dogs. She adopted her dog, a Vizsla-Labrador mix, from a shelter in Szentendre. She obtained the dog breeding diploma from the University of Gödöllő. She is a fan of ethology, with horses and dogs being in the centre of her attention. She can be considered a true professional in these fields. She is a valued member of our Szentendre team.
Alexandra dog boarding colleague
Alexa has been a dog owner – of at least one – since her earliest childhood. She is obsessed with animals, and dogs in particular. When she was 12 she already started attending dog schools, before that she trained them at home. Alexa is a real agility fan, she organizes competitions and camps. Bailey, her Mudi is the companion nowadays. Alexa will start the dog training school soon. She is an esteemed member of our Szentendre dog boarding team.
Krisztina dog boarding colleague
Krisztina adores horses, rodents, aquaristics, but mostly dogs, this is all her life is about. She has worked for years as a vet assistant, nowadays she primarily deals with problematic dogs. She is a dog trainer, animal rescuer and work dog judge – Krisztina rehabilitates dogs to find new owners for them. She is interested in canine group dynamics, as well as owner-dog relationships.
Kata dog boarding colleague
Kata has grown up with dogs around her. The first were the Hungarian Kuvasz, the second a Newfoundland. Now she has three: two Bichons and an American Pitbull Terrier. Kata does a lot of activity in favour of abandoned dogs. She obtained the veterinary assistant diploma in 2016 and will soon get the groomer’s diploma. She joined our dog boarding team in 2017 and does a wonderful job.
Mónika dog boarding colleague
Mónika grew up in a tiny village where animals were all around – her family is still pursuing this activity, their livelihood. Mónika simply loves dogs, and has eight of them at home. In her mind, dogs are very, very important for our mental and physical well-being, bring together the family and have generally extremely positive effects on us. She works in our dog boarding facility in Szigetszentmiklós.
Niki dog boarding colleague
Niki started off as a dog walker at Dogmopolite, but she later switched to our Buda-side dog boarding facility. Niki loves dogs who are the centre of her life. She’s had dogs and cats, later rodents, too. When Niki was 21 she adopted Jaffar, later Mágnes, the two dogs are with her today. They regular attend dog schools. She’s been volunteering in many shelters in order to cater for the less fortunate – this is really important to her.
Edina dog boarding colleague
Edina has loved animals her entire life, she has always wanted to work with them. In addition to her position as caretaker in our dog boarding facility, Edina is also doing her vet studies. Her dog, a German Shepherd, Gina, is 12 years old, and they do a lot of touring, camping, and competitions. She also owns a horse, Matyi, as well as a three-legged lovely cat, the troublemaker Lackó.
Viki dog boarding colleague
Viki has been a dog owner since her early childhood. Today she is the proud owner of a Caucasian and a Yorkshire Terrier. They do a lot of walking and touring together. She also has a horse, who loves her dogs, too. She will soon get two Asian dogs as well. Viki is fast in making friends with dogs and she does all she can so that they feel good. She is a member of our dog boarding team in Szigetszentmiklós.
Lola dog boarding colleague
Animals have meant the greatest of love for Lola since her earliest childhood days. She has kept rodents, reptiles and adopted many cats from the streets. She is also a dog owner she rescued from the shelter. Her favourite animal remains to be the dog. After obtaining the vet assistant diploma, Lola was working in the industry for a year. She plans to adopt another dog now. She is a valued and dedicated member of the boarding team.
Klaudia dog boarding colleague
Klaudia has long been a dog aficionado, having grown up in a traditionally pet-keeping family. She loves all sorts of animals, be it furry, scaly or feathery. As a vet assistant we can state that Klaudia cares deeply about the fate of animals. Her favourite dog breed is the Corgi. She is a dedicated colleague at Dogmopolite Dog Boarding Buda offering maximum care to all client needs, as she would expect just the same.
Ági dog boarding colleague
Animals have taken a top spot in Ági’s life since her earliest childhood. She would spend all summers at her grandparents’ summer estate where dogs would be around all the time, day in, day out – this is where she fell in love with them. Her favourite is the Dachshund, she has one, too. In today’s world, Ági says, it is important to care for animals and this is exactly what she is doing in our boarding facility in Buda, on the highest level one can expect.
Klaudia dog groomer
Klaudia has been a huge animal fan since her early childhood and decided, thus, very early on to devote her life to dogs professionally. She graduated in 2010 as a pro dog groomer and has been working as such ever since. Currently Klaudia shares her home with five Brazilian Bull Mastiffs, with whom she is a regular participant in Hungarian and international competitions. Klaudia, one of the best in Hungary, is also an avid promoter of animal welfare.
Alexandra dog groomer
Alexandra was already a pet owner when she was 7 – a Westie, whom she accompanied to the grooming salon regularly. She was always surrounded by animals: dogs, cats and horses. Alexandra lives with two cats. She obtained her first diploma in 2019 in the agrarian field, then followed the dog grooming diploma. Her favourite breeds are the Shiba Inu, the Border Collie and the Fox Terrier. Alexandra is a member of our Buda team.
Veronika dog groomer
Veronika was only five when the family got their first dog, a German Shepherd. With 11 she got her first own dog, though, a Newfoundland. They lived 12 years together. After that Veronika volunteered in many shelters and adopted Mona, a Jack Russel dachshund mix. Veronika got her dog grooming diploma in 2019 but she did so excellently that we immediately decided to keep her in our dog grooming salon in Óbuda.
Eugénia dog groomer
Gina has been a dog aficionado since her earliest childhood – the world of dogs is her favourite. It is for this reason that she decided to become a pet professional. Gina obtained the dog groomer’s licence in 2019, followed by the pet handler diploma in 2021. She has lived among animals ever since – as of today she lives with an English Cocker Spaniel and is an esteemed colleague in our city-centre dog grooming salon.
Lilla dog boarding colleague
Lilla was born into an animal-loving family: cats, dogs, rabbits, chickens, parrots, rodents and turtles all shared their lives with her. She is also a regular visitor of horse racing events. Nevertheless, her favourite are dogs. Already at birth she shared her home with a dachshund, then a Dalmatian, then a boxer. After that came a street mix and finally a Cane Corso. She regularly attends dog training classes. Lilla is strengthening our dog boarding team in Szigetszentmiklós.
Bianka dog boarding colleague
Bianka has loved and admired dogs since her earliest childhood. She took home cats and dogs who ran astray in the primary school years already – to find them new owners or to keep them for her own. She got her first dog, Molly, when she was 8 years old. Throughout her adolescent years, Bianka has worked with dogs – she couldn’t do anything else and wants to continue her studies in this field, too.
Anita dog boarding colleague
Anita has lived with dogs since her earliest childhood - she has always shared her life with them. Currently she has four dogs, the fifth passed away a year ago. Together with her sister they regularly adopt cats and dogs from the streets – one of them was hit by a car and left there, but Anita was there to help. Her favourite is Sisy, her Yorkie. Anita spends all of her time with dogs, she also volunteers. She is a steady member of our dog boarding team in Szigetszentmiklós.
Szilvi dog trainer
Szilvi started off when she was 12: that’s when she got Nana, her first dog, a street terrier. She trained him for years. After her came Trudy, the German Shepherd – they trained for a year. Then Gigi from Adrienn Szűcs with a training assignment. After that came all other dogs in vast numbers for training. She started her pro training career 11 years ago. Today she is BH1 champion and member of our training team.
Vivien dog groomer
Vivien has shared her space with dogs since her birth – her family had two Bernese when she was born. After that arrived a little black street terrier, then came Diogenes, the German Vizsla. Nowadays Vivien is sharing her apartment with Opus, the German Dog. She obtained her dog groomer’s diploma in 2020 and has been in our Buda groomers’ team since 2022.
Kitti dog groomer
Kitti has been a dog lover since her earliest childhood, having grown up among dogs and having taken care of them. Today, she shares her apartment with three dogs: an American Staffordshire Terrier and two Yorkies. Becoming a professional dog groomer has long been her dream so she obtained her groomer diploma in 2017 and has worked in the profession ever since. She loves all breeds and is a member of our Sugár Mall team.
Saci dog groomer
Saci graduated as a professional dog groomer in 2007. She has a dog past spanning over 18 years, starting with the Miniature Poodle, after which she became a Boxer fanatic, a passion still lasting today. Saci’s favourites also include the Westie. She does dog sports, flyball and also dog training, as Saci was a professional dog trainer at the same time, acting as a tutor in dog schools in and around Budapest before becoming a full-time groomer.
Kinga dog groomer
Kinga has always been crazy about dogs. For over 9 years now, she has been both a dog and cat owner, and she grooms them too, regularly. She reads professional books and publications, she deems her professional progress as extremely important. Kinga is a regular guest on dog events, exhibitions. She graduated in 2010 as a dog groomer, and has ever since developed into one of the best in our grooming team. Her favourites are the Schnauzer and the Vizsla.
Terézia dog groomer
Terézia has had dogs since her earliest childhood. She has had Airedale Terriers since 2001, and it was during their grooming that she decided she’d become a groomer too. She received her dog groomer’s diploma in January 2016, and the rehabilitation dog masseuse degree the same year. She is a supporter of guide dogs. Many years of seminars, experience and trainings have had Terézia to become one of the best dog groomers in Budapest.