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5 Tips For Getting Your Dog Ready For Bike Season

5 tips from Ross Downard of Mtn Ranks and Lily on how to get back in to biking shape. It’s that time of year. The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and it’s time to dust off that mountain bike and hit the trails. There is no better way to go ride […]

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Patrick and Mavis – Eastward HO

Ruffwear’s Founder, Patrick Kruse, and his dog Mavis hit the road today – heading east on a 2896 mile journey from Bend, OR to Florida. Below are his thoughts on the trip they are embarking on. They will be sending us photos throughout their trip that we will be posting to Facebook and Instagram. Be […]

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Upcoming Events – Will Ruffwear Be At An Event Near You?

Spring has sprung and event season is upon us! From running races and paddling competitions, to gear demos and adventures in Central Park, we are excited to hit the road and meet you and your canine companions in your backyard. Join us at one of these events to meet the Ruffwear team, try on some […]

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April Showers Bring… Wet Adventures

“April showers bring May flowers,” right? But that doesn’t mean that we have to sit inside while it’s raining the whole month of April. The weather in the spring can be unpredictable and that’s why us humans typically pack a rain shell, just in case. The Sun Shower™ waterproof rain jacket allows your dog to […]

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Hike Your (Dog’s) Own Hike :: What It Really Means To Plan A Thru Hike With Your Dog

The Appalachian Trail runs 2,180 miles, from Springer Mountain, GA to Katahdin, ME. Each year, up to 2,000 people attempt to “thru-hike” the entire length of the AT (hike the entire trail in one, continuous outing) – a trek that on average takes five to seven months. This year, one of those attempting to thru-hike […]

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Historic Explorers and The Dogs Who Accompanied Them – Jacques-Ives Cousteau

History is riddled with tales of exploration. It is in our spirit to want to seek or venture into the unknown – or at least to see for our own eyes those places that captivate our imagination. For many of us, we could not imagine exploring new territory without having our dogs by our side. […]

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Celebrating #LaterSunsets – Welcoming Daylight Savings

We know that a large portion of the Eastern US is still in a bit of a freeze, but Spring is knocking at our door. We promise! This Sunday, most of us will adjust our clocks forward one hour in observance of daylight savings. This small act marks a significant shift in seasons, welcoming warmer […]

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