Having a dog requires patience and perseverance.
Understanding your dog properly, training it, establishing a routine and so on can’t be learned overnight!
In this section you’ll find all our advice on how to live in harmony with your dog and strengthen your bond!
Summer holidays have never been so close! The perfect season for relaxing by the pool, visiting a new country or lazing on the beach. But like every year, are you wondering what to do with your furry friend? Sometimes going on holiday can be a real headache for pet owners… Dog Chef explains the different options available to you and your furry friend.
You knew already that your dog does not smell of rose petals and baby shampoo. That occasional breeze is part of healthy intestinal function. But what if the dog leaves an extremely large number of farts, or if they smell really bad? Find out more in this blog.
We know we are biased, but here at Dog Chef we continue to be amazed at what our four-legged friends know and can do. So you can amuse yourself too, we highlight five fun dog facts: all things you can’t do, but your dog can. Ready?
You live in a beautiful house in the countryside and would like a companion to perfect your happiness. Did you know that some dog breeds were made for living in an apartment while others, on the contrary, were intended for the countryside? Large dogs that need space, but also more physical exercise than their little friends, spring to […]
Since your dog arrived, you have said goodbye to your beautiful flower beds, now ruined by the enthusiastic scratching of a dog that buries everything. No garden? Your dog always finds a solution and buries his favourite objects and bones under blankets. But why? Let’s explore our pooch’s mind for a moment to try to […]
You are faced with a major dilemma: you dream of adopting a dog, but you live in an apartment. Two incompatible facts you say, ready to abandon the idea of welcoming a new four-legged companion into your home. Rest assured! There are breeds of small dogs who live very happily in apartments. Breeds of short-haired […]
How much time do you really spend entertaining and occupying your dog each day? You take it for a walk, throw a few toys for it… But what about mental stimulation?