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Pug compensation battle opens at German court

By DW
14 November 2019   |   10:30 am
A German city seized a pug from an indebted family and sold her on eBay, but her new owner soon noticed the dog had an eye infection and had to pay for the surgery. A court will now decide if the city owes compensation.

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