EZ Dog is a family owned pet supply store
Located in the heart of Gastown, Vancouver British Columbia. The owners are local and have been apart of the community since 1983. They take pride in their local roots and try and give back to their pet community whenever and however they can.
We understand that the most integral part of being a dog owner is the love and affection we feel for our pets; but also the responsibility and needs that accompany pet ownership. As a pet owner of many animals, we know how important it is to value our companions and that we want to give them only the best nutrients and products to promote longevity.
At EZ Dog we want to create an easy transition from puppy to senior by offering natural products without sacrificing that delicious flavor, because after all, nothing makes us happier than seeing our dogs tails wag! Our love for animals and the Vancouver community is what generated and inspired EZ Dog into existence. We are here to stay and to help fellow pet owners along the way.
At EZ Dog our goal is to provide our customers with exceptional service and guaranteed product satisfaction. We strive to offer a wide variety of natural and high quality pet supplies at a fair price.
We carry a little bit of everything for our four legged friends that you may not find anywhere else. We carry a wide variety of everything pet related. From leashes to apparel, to carriers and beds, we’ve got you covered! We also feature products from local designers and bakers. Our selection of dog and cat food has been chosen because we feel they are the best on the market.
We strive to have a clean, open concept store with associates who are knowledgeable about the products. Specialize in selling the healthiest pet foods in the world and providing customer service that is second to none. All with a “Stay Pawsitive” vibe!
Farrell J Augustin
ONE DOG IS NEVER ENOUGH
As a kid I grew up with multiple pets in our household, and yes our dogs were always a huge part of our family. Once I was able to have my own dog, one wasn’t enough, and then one became two and then next thing I know I have a house full of dogs. Six to be exact.