Category Ruffwear


Extend Your Adventures Into Low-Light Conditions With Lighting and Reflective Dog Gear

Have you noticed the daylight hours getting shorter and shorter? Over the next thirty days, we will lose an average of 1.7 minutes of daylight per day – pushing sunset before 7 pm (depending on where you live). The early sunset can make our post-work hikes, runs or mountain bike rides a little difficult without […]


New Products Are Here!

Hey – this is Susan and I’ve been a part of the Ruffwear Pack since 2008. My black lab, Artie joins me on the trails and rivers around Bend, Oregon, living the dream. As this season’s new products focus fairly heavily on core winter gear, I thought I would tell you about my transformation from […]


Sneak Peek Of Our New Gear Available July 31st

Who’s ready for some new canine adventure gear? Ruffwear is set to launch our Fall/Winter 2015 line of products – available July 31st! For this product launch, we reinforce our dedication to premium core winter and camping products so you and your canine companions can extend your winter adventures comfortably and safely. Today we give […]


The Desert with Your Dog – Tips From Backcountry Treks on Enjoying Moab With Your Dog

Cally, Tyson and Hank of recently wrapped up a road trip to Moab, UT to explore the wild canyon lands, arches and trails that Southern Utah has to offer. They learned a few things along the way about how and where they could adventure with their canine companion and were graciously willing to share […]


Gear Guide To Camping With Your Dog – Part 2: Backpacking

In our previous blog post, we reviewed our favorite pieces of gear for car camping with our canine companions. Now, let’s take a look at the gear guide to backpacking with your dog. Backpacking is unique in that the goal is to carry what you need to stay safe and relatively comfortable, and not much […]


Gear Guide To Camping With Your Dog – Part 1: Car Camping

While some hardy souls may have been camping throughout the winter, for most of us, camping season has officially just arrived. The great thing about camping is that everyone has their idea of what camping is and can enjoy it however they like – whether that is in a tent in the backyard, spending a […]


Thru-Hiking the Colorado Trail – Blind. Trevor Thomas and Tennille Share Their Story And Tips For Backpacking With A Canine

Imagine thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail, or maybe the Tahoe Rim Trail. Day after day of logging high miles, setting up and tearing down camp, cooking food and navigating mile after mile of trail and wilderness. Then, imagine doing this blind. Solo. With all of your trust in your faithful companion and […]


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