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K-9 Float Coat

rated 5 of 5 stars When I was notified that we would be reviewing the Ruffwear K-9 Float Coat as Gear Brand Ambassadors for Backcountry K9, I was quite enthusiastic. Many others who paddle with their dogs had insisted that this canine life jacket is the best available. Now I would have a chance to test it out, and find out what all the shouting was about…well, now I am shouting! This is certainly a great life jacket for your dog. We have canoed with our dogs for many years, and have always put them in a dog life… Full review

Ridgeline Leash

rated 3.5 of 5 stars This is a lightweight leash, with a stretchable, bungee type aspect, which allows the dog to roam a bit without pulling on your arms. This is a compact, easily packed, leash suitable for those activities in which you want to have a quick leash handy. *Disclosure: I received this leash from backcountryk9.com, in my role as a gear ambassador. This leash is lightweight, (2 oz.), brightly colored, and has a bungee element which allows it to stretch from 2.5 feet, to 4.25 feet.  This allows your dog… Full review

Quick Draw Leash

rated 4 of 5 stars Tough, tough, tough! Lightweight and many grab points, and is shock-corded. Wow, this is one tough and variable leash! This is my second one as the old design used a plastic snap clip that broke under strain. Got the current version with the aluminum buckle that replaced the plastic snap, a huge improvement. It has several grab points, a shock-corded leash, heavily stitched with nylon and that makes it bulletproof! I use it with my 100 pound male Golden, who lunges at every imagined squirrel on… Full review

Quick Draw Leash

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Disclosure #1: I received this leash from http://backcountryk9.com/ to test it out and review it, in my role as a brand ambassador. Disclosure #2: I liked this nifty little collar/leash so much, I just purchased a second one for our other dog. The Ruffwear Quick Draw leash is a short leash, with a tab grab handle. The leash clips onto the dog’s collar with a nice , lightweight but strong clip…then, the leash goes around the dog’s neck, over the collar, and secures with a Velcro attachment. Full review

Bivy Bowl

rated 3.5 of 5 stars We use travel bowls for dogs when camping,hiking,and canoe camping. This collapsible bowl was provided to me as a Brand Ambassador for http://backcountryk9.com/. We like the bowl, the dogs like the bowl, and it performs well for a lightweight, outdoor, dog bowl.    Okay, so in my role as a Brand Ambassador for Backcountry K-9 I am reviewing a dog bowl. Not just any bowl, but the Ruffwear Bivy Pet Bowl (medium). Why look closely at the performance of a bowl?…bowl noun \ˈbōl\1: a concave usually… Full review

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Ruff Wear Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Demo Day: Snow and Ice Packs, Tools, Traction, and More
The latest snow and ice gear we saw at All Mountain Demo day included snowsport and mountaineering packs, classic snow tools revisited, traction for winter runs, decadent energy bars, U.S.-made ski socks, and a backcountry pooch. Read more
January 18, 2012

Ruff Wear OmniJore for dog-pulling fun year-round
Have a dog to walk or run? Like to cross-country ski? Combine the two and you've got skijoring, though that's just the start. Ruff Wear designed an OmniJore system that allows dogs and their people to "jor" together year-round. Read more
August 6, 2011

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