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New café in Bratislava offers playground for dogs

Space where dogs can take their owners.

(Source: Facebook MLSKAfé)

There are more and more coffee shops and similar places in Slovakia where dogs can access but none can compete with HAFpark in Petržalka.

Former project MLSKAfé, that used to be in the city centre, moved and changed name. Mia Kurucová who stands behind this original project is a big dog lover and she wanted a café where dogs can take their owners, Dobré noviny wrote.

HAFpark offers coffee for people, as well as snacks and special treats for dogs. It also boasts a large space for games, including a ball pit, where can people spend time and enjoy games with their dogs.

Topic: Bratislava


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