The dog is a pet loved for their affectionate and faithful personality. Whether a puppy, small dog, big dog, long or short coated, a cross or a purebred, each dog is unique and deserves the full attention of their owners. Our tips will help you throughout your dog or puppy's life: from the choice of the dog breed that best suits you, to their health through to their training and diet, our guides will help you make your dog happy.
The dog, just like the cat, is the most popular pet. Originally bred to be a working companion, as a hunting dog or shepherd dog, they are now a true member of the family.
Whether they like to stay indoors, play or do sport, dogs all have their own personality and there will definitely be a dog that suits you and your lifestyle. Whatever their traits, you will be in charge of their well-being and health. To do this, it is essential to get to know them as best as possible, as soon as possible.
Adopting a dog, a life-changing decision
If you’re not already sharing your life with a dog, you will first have to choose your dog. Our guides will help you decide what breed is best for you by asking these crucial questions: A big dog or a little dog ? An apartment dog or a active dog ? A dog that’s good with children or other animals ?
No matter what breed is right for you, remember that shelters are overflowing with animals waiting for a family and some of them are even purebred dogs.
Living with a dog: how to make them happy ?
If a puppy or an old dog has just joined your family, you will need to learn how to train, feed, upkeep and eventually care for them.
To live a long and happy life, a dog needs a diet adapted just to them, regular veterinary check-ups but most importantly quality time with their owners, whether this be via walking or napping with them.
Kibbles, harnesses and collars, dog baskets or cushions, specialised toys… All these are essential in making your dog as happy as possible.
With our articles you will also learn how to prevent and react in case the of an injury or illness. Our first advice is, of course, to turn to your vet in case of doubt.
With your love and attention, your dog will feel safe.