Category Winter Tips

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What Dog Coat Is Best For My Dog?

With five different dog coats to choose from, we wanted to make it easy for you to decide what coat is right for your dog, and the weather conditions you will be in. Just like the coats in our closet, Ruffwear makes different dog coats for various weather conditions and activities. Here’s a quick breakdown […]

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A Skijoring Interview – Skiing With Your Dog

With snow falling across many states in the United States, our thoughts naturally turn towards getting out and playing in the fluffy powder nature is presenting to us. For many dogs, snow brings the same joy and excitement. They love to roll, eat, bounce and slide through their new belly deep playground. Although there are […]

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The art of layering

We regularly get inquiries about layering our products. Just as you would layer your personal fleece and an insulated jacket, our dog gear is designed to do the same – work together as one system in order to extend your adventures whether the conditions outside are warm, cold, wet or snowy. Here are just a […]

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What Dog Coat Is Best For My Dog?

When you’re gearing up to head out for a winter adventure, one of the most important decisions you make is what coat and layering system you are going to wear. To make this decision, you typically weigh in factors like temperature, wind, precipitation (frozen or liquid) and the forecast. You dig through the closet for […]

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Low Light Safety For Your Dog – Stay Safe, Stay Seen With The Updated Ruffwear Track Jacket™

It seems like someone just flipped the season switch. One week it was in the mid-eighties and dry as a bone, the next week we woke up to brisk mid-thirty degree temperatures and views of snow blanketing the mountains. It’s not only the temperatures that have changed drastically. Each day, the sun seems to be […]

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Whitney “ALLGOOD” LaRuffa & Karluk – Winter Wanderings

With the spat of spring like weather in Februrary and the schizophrenic weather of March and April here in the cascades, Karluk and I have been varying our activities and making the most of what mother nature has dished out. We have been enjoying the snow, visited the gorge, and started our weekday hiking workouts […]

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Ruffwear Attends WBR Avalanche Rescue Dog School

In January, three Ruffwear employees got the opportunity to head to Utah to attend the Wasatch Backcountry Rescue (WBR) International Avalanche Rescue Dog School. Started in 1982 and held once every other year since, this school is hosted by WBR – a professional organization incorporated in 1977 with the goal of providing life saving rescue […]

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