Category: Lifestyle

  • 9 Dogs with Curly Tails

    9 Dogs with Curly Tails

    By Jen Phillips April My American Eskimo dog, Baggins, had a wonderful fuzzy curled tail that unfurled when he played chase with the other pups at the dog park. All the dogs ran in a big circle, and his tail stuck out straight behind him.  I never understood why his tail trailed like a comment…

  • Dog Pee Turning Grass Yellow? Check Their Diet.

    Dog Pee Turning Grass Yellow? Check Their Diet.

    Ah, the joys of dog ownership! Walks in the park, endless cuddles, and… those unsightly yellow patches marring your once-pristine lawn. We all know the feeling. Have you ever wondered why dog pee kills grass? This seemingly inevitable consequence of pet parenthood has a scientific explanation, and more importantly, solutions! Dog Urine Spots Explained by…

  • How To Foster A Dog

    How To Foster A Dog

    If you have the space, the time, and the love to spare, why not consider fostering a dog? You’ll get the pleasure of spending time with a sweet four-legged friend and in turn, provide them with a second chance and the opportunity to experience the joy of a loving home. Each year more than six…

  • 4 Fun Ways to Exercise Your Dog Inside & Outside

    4 Fun Ways to Exercise Your Dog Inside & Outside

    Keeping your dog healthy and active requires regular exercise and physical activity. Get the most out of playtime with your pup with fun and stimulating exercise routines that your doggy can do anywhere. How Much Exercise Does A Dog Need? Healthy dogs without physical or medical issues should get around 30 minutes of exercise per…

  • Join the #JFFDJustWalks Challenge

    Join the #JFFDJustWalks Challenge

    Grab the leash and join the JustFoodForDogs JustWalks Challenge on Strava! Walking your dog can increase your cardiovascular fitness, lower your blood pressure, and reduce stress! Need more motivation to get on your feet? Read on. Join the JustFoodForDogs Strava Club and log just 15 walks with your dog between January 15-31 to unlock 20%…

  • Holiday Gift Guide for Dogs & Their Humans

    Holiday Gift Guide for Dogs & Their Humans

    Our furry companions bring joy, loyalty, and unconditional love into our lives. They deserve to be pampered and showered with affection, especially during the holiday season! Whether you’re looking for a gift for your own canine pal or the perfect present for a dog-loving friend or family member, we’ve got you covered. This gift guide…

  • How to Make Fresh Dog Food (That’s Approved by Vets)

    How to Make Fresh Dog Food (That’s Approved by Vets)

    Are you ready to kick the store-bought kibble and learn how to make fresh dog food? Making fresh dog food is a great way to ensure that your pet is getting the best possible nutrition that meets their dietary needs. It can also be a lot of fun! You can get your pup in on…

  • Pantry Fresh vs. Air-Dried Dog Food

    Pantry Fresh vs. Air-Dried Dog Food

    A product with a long shelf life offers convenience for anyone looking to have food readily available in the pantry when there’s nothing to eat in the fridge. With all of the different types of dog food out there, not everything is equally shelf-stable. One of the obvious drawbacks of fresh dog food is the…

  • JustFoodForDogs Now in Select SoCal Pavilions

    JustFoodForDogs Now in Select SoCal Pavilions

    We are excited to announce that JustFoodForDogs Fresh Frozen meals are now available in select Southern California Pavilions locations, making the #1 vet-recommended fresh dog food brand even more accessible to pets and their families. Customers can find our four core recipes in 18 oz and 72 oz packages at the end of the pet aisle: Find…

  • How to Stop Food Aggression Towards Other Dogs

    How to Stop Food Aggression Towards Other Dogs

    When it comes to dealing with dinner time for your dog, food aggression can be a tricky behavior to tackle. Food guarding is a normal dog behavior, but the aggression that comes with it can be dangerous for other dogs or family members. Lots of dog owners reach a point where they have to address…