Best Dog Gifts – 2017 EzyDog Gift Guide

The great thing about shopping for your dog is that you already know exactly what’s going to get that tail wagging. It’s simple. It’s easy. It’s obvious. And it’s wonderful. All your best friend really wants is you. So when we put together our Holiday Dog Gift Guide, we did it with an eye toward […]

Why Your Dog Needs a Dog Collar Light Beacon

For pet owners, there are some very compelling reasons to be afraid of the dark. When night falls the dangers for dogs increase dramatically, not because their own senses are significantly dulled, although they are less effective than during the daytime, but rather as a result of how diminished human awareness becomes. Consider how much […]

The Case for a Dog Car Safety Restraint

Of all the adventures you’ll experience with your furry companions, very few of them are within walking distance. That’s no problem if you ask a dog, who will likely be happy to let the wind blow her ears back in transit. But for humans, anything from a simple trip to a park across town to […]

Trick-or-Treating Gear for Dogs

OK – we’ll admit it, we’ve put our dogs in costumes on Halloween and shared and laughed about those pictures with family and friends.  However, when it comes down to the meat and potatoes of Halloween – Trick-or-Treating – those cute dog costumes frequently become a distraction at the best, and a hazard at the […]

EzyDog Dogs in the Office – Dexter

At EzyDog, we’re ALL ABOUT having our pooches with us whenever we can…and of course that includes during the work day as well.  Next up in our EzyDog Office Dogs series – Dexter: Name: Dexter Breed: Yellow Lab Title: Branch Manager Favorite Outdoor Activity:  As Branch Manager, Dexter’s primary job outside is cleanup and disposal […]

Dog Training Tip: Avoid Teaching Delayed Obedience

Training your dog can be a fun and rewarding experience for both you and your pet. It’s time to bond and set some boundaries between you so your dog understands that you are the boss in this relationship. That can help prevent behavioral problems that stem from poor training. One of the biggest problems, though, […]

Dog Training Tip: Fatigue and Emotion Don’t Help

Dog training and educating children have a lot in a common. If a child sits in a class with a sour teacher who makes sure every day is boring or stressful, it’s going to be harder for the child to learn. In the same way, if you approach things like dog leash training with an […]

Overcome Small Dog Syndrome

If you have a small dog, you know the joys of picking up your pet with one arm and heading out the door. Small dogs are perfect lap dogs, and many love to be carried around, pampered and preened over. They’re also prone to something that some trainers refer to as SDS, or Small Dog […]

Dealing with Your Dog’s Shedding

You love your dog but dislike the fur that builds up everywhere. It can feel like a losing battle when you’re trying to keep fur off your furniture, carpets and car seats. There are all sorts of cleaning products designed to help you pick up pet hair and keep your spaces clean. But prevention is […]

Why a Dog Leash is Necessary

Good dog leash training is one of the first steps to having a well-behaved pet. Once your dog walks calmly on a leash next to you, you’ve solved many obedience problems. Lunging on a leash, trying to run after other dogs or people and constant pulling in an effort to get somewhere are some of […]