1. Introduction

Cookies and other similar technologies are used on our website, which can be found at https://dogdoggie.com (hereinafter referred to as “the website”) (for convenience all technologies are referred to as “cookies”). Cookies may also be stored on your device by third parties that we have contracted with. The information that you’re looking for about the use of cookies on our website may be found in the following document.

  1. What are cookies?

Your web browser will save a cookie on the hard disk of your laptop or another gadget if you allow it. Cookies are very tiny text files that are delivered together with the webpages of this website. That during later visit, the data that was saved there could be sent back to our systems or to the facilities of the applicable 3rd parties.

  1. What are scripts?

A scripts is a code fragment that is used in the process of ensuring that our website functions correctly and in an engaging manner. This code is either carried out on our server or on the device you are using.

  1. Cookies

4.1 Cookies that have a functional or technological purpose

Certain cookies are used to keep track of your user preferences and guarantee that certain aspects of the website continue to function as expected. Your experience on our website will be improved thanks to the use of functional cookies. When you visit our website in the future, you won’t have to keep entering the same information over and over again, and the things you’ve added to your shopping basket will stay there until you’ve finished paying for them. It’s possible that we’ll set these cookies without getting your approval beforehand.

4.2 Statistics cookies

In order to improve the overall user experience on our website, we make use of statistics cookies. By using these statistics cookies, we are able to get insights into how our website is used. For statistical purposes, we would like to store cookies on your computer.

  1. Placed cookies

  2. Consent

If this is your first time on our content, a pop-up window containing information about cookies will be presented to you at that time. When you click the “Save preferences” button, you are giving your consent for us to use the categories of cookies and plug-ins that you selected in the pop-up window, as outlined in this Cookie Policy. You have the option in your browser to prevent your computer from accepting cookies; however, if you do this, the functionality of our website may be affected.

6.1 Manage your consent settings

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  1. Enabling/disabling and deleting cookies

You may choose to erase cookies automatically or manually using the settings of your web browser. You also have the option to prevent some cookies from being stored on your computer. You also have the option of modifying the settings of your internet browser in order to notify you each time a cookie is being stored on your computer. This is a more secure method. Please consult the instructions that may be found in the “Help” section of your browser for more information on these various choices.

Please be aware that if all cookies are deactivated, our website may not function as intended for you. If you erase the cookies that are stored in your browser, they will be reinstalled only after receiving your permission the next time you visit one of our websites.

  1. Your rights in regards to personal data

With regard to your personal information, you are entitled to the following privileges:

You have the right to be informed as to why it is necessary to collect your personal information, what will happen to that information, and for how long it will be with us.

You have the right to access any of your personal information that we may have stored, and we will make that information available to you upon request.

Rights to rectification: at any time, at your discretion, you have the legal right to augment, rectify, have deleted, or prevent access to any of your private information.

You have the right to cancel your consent at any time, and you also have the way to have your personal information removed from our systems if you have already given us permission to handle your information.

Right to move your information: You have had the ability to obtain all of your private information from the controllers and transmit it in its whole to another processor. This right to transfer your data was established so that you might exercise your ability to transmit your information.

  • You have the moral objection to the use of your information, and you may do so at any time. We adhere to this standard, unless there are compelling reasons to handle the data nevertheless.

Please contact with us if you would want to utilize these privileges. Go to the personal details that may be found at the very bottom of this Cookie Statement. If you have a problem about the way that we treat your information, we would want to know it, but you also have the right to appeal with the competent authorities. We want to listen from you if you’ve a claim about just how we manage your information (the Data Protection Authority).