The wood-work of the Chamber of Dogs originally adorned Louis XIV's billiard room but Louis XV had that room transferred into a bedroom and moved the wood-work to this room. Above the doors there are beautiful panels decorated with floral panelling made by Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer and Jean-Baptiste Blain de Fortenay.
Three tables were also moved into this room: two of them were originally made for the gilded room next door and the last was made for Madame Adélaïde for her apartments at Compiègne. This room - besides being a comfortable sleeping area for the dogs - served as the first antechamber to the interior apartments of the King. Normally, it was inhabited by the so-called "blue boys" - valets named as such because of the clear blue colour of their livery.