Dog-friendly train travel

Ah, train travel! The landscapes rolling by, the soothing motion, the ability to relax while getting from point A to point B…if you can’t tell, we really love trains—and we love them even more when we can bring our pets along for the ride. Sadly, interstate and cross-country trains in North America are usually not […]

3 training tips to ensure good greeting behavior

There are as many styles of greeting behavior as there are dogs, but if your dog’s big personality is a little too eager for your guests’ comfort, here are a few tips to make sure that that big ball of fluff is as good with guests as you are. 1. Have your dog step away […]

Help your dog live longer with activity – Here are 4 accessories to get started

Dog harnesses, leashes and collars are important for taking your dog for walks, hikes or runs. When you and your pet are ready to really go and play, you might need gear for a more active lifestyle. Here are some great dog accessories for active pet lovers. Dog Life Jackets While most dogs can swim, […]

How to prepare your dog for a stay with a dogsitter

We travel a lot here at EzyDog and most of the time we like to bring our dogs with us on our adventures. Sadly, though, sometimes bringing our fuzzy friends along isn’t an option—because of a doggy health issue, a business trip, or simply a trip that wouldn’t be very dog friendly. So, what do […]

3 mountain getaways for you and your dog

Planning a last minute mountain getaway for the holidays and want to take your family member along? You’re in luck. We’ve researched some choice destinations (so you don’t have to) and have a few cozy mountain lodges and inns to recommend around the country: The Lodge and Spa at Breckenridge (Colorado) Perched at the top […]

How to protect your dog’s paws on winter walks

Ever noticed your dog holding one paw up out of the snow? We have. Those of us with small dogs even end up carrying them home sometimes. Because even with all that padding, sometimes snow is too much for your dog’s paws. When paws aren’t protected, they’re not only exposed to the cold, but also […]