Fun ways to play with your dog

There are many different activities and types of play you can enjoy with your dog, each offering different benefits for both you and your pet. Instead of just walking around the block or down the street to find a potty spot, for instance, change up your walk by going to a different place each day […]

Avoid over-exercising your dog

Dogs need exercise to counteract hours of being indoors with the inability to run and play as much as they could outside. Not only does putting a dog harness and dog leash on your pet and heading outdoors improve and safeguard your pet’s health, but it can make him better behaved and less prone to […]

Walk your dog mindfully – Ditch the cell phone

If you had children that stayed at home all day while you were gone, would you choose the time you spend with them to talk on your cell phone, work, listen to music and do other things? Or would try to give them your undivided attention and listen to them when they spoke? When you […]

Shout Out: EzyDog Summit Backpack Review

Check out the latest review of our Summit Backpack! Jen over at My Brown Newfies & Me blog has a wonderful review of the EzyDog Summit Backpack and calls it “a great backpack that is durable, functional, comfortable and easy to use. A great product for most dogs who like to hike!” Very kind words! […]

Easy walking – Good techniques for using your dog leash

Using a quality dog leash when teaching your dog to walk without pulling can be one of the most important things you do. EzyDog’s Cujo shock-absorbing dog leash is designed to discourage pulling. It also makes walking easier on you thanks to the give built into the leash that keeps the dog from jerking your […]

Simple secrets to keep your dog from pulling on his leash

If you’d like to teach your dog not to pull when you walk, it’s going to take a lot of practice and patience. You can make the process easier on both of you by using the right dog harness and leash. Many people just use a regular dog collar and a plain leash to try […]

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 […]