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Trail Runner Bowl

rated 4 of 5 stars The Ruffwear Trail Runner Bowl is a compact bowl that fits in your pocket and gives your pup a way to stay hydrated during outings. So small, there is no excuse not to bring it. The Ruffwear Trail Runner Bowl is a great option for those looking to keep their active dogs happy and hydrated on outings. Roland tested this bowl during the summer, fall, and winter of 2018 and 2019 in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. During this time he joined me on hikes, mountain bike rides, and trips to the river. Full review

Web Master Harness

rated 5 of 5 stars Great harness for active dogs! I will purchase again, if it ever wears out. Ease of Use: This harness is a little clumsy to put on and take off (if your dog doesn't love having gear slipped over its head it may not be excited about putting the harness on), but its excellent performance outweighs that minor inconvenience.  Features: The best thing about this harness for my dogs is the five points of adjustment—I can really make the harness fit their bodies so there is no slipping and ensure that… Full review

Float Coat

rated 5 of 5 stars If you are looking for a top-quality lifejacket for your canine buddy, this is it! Very sturdy, well constructed, and excellent fit/adjustment. Have already recommended to several friends. This is a great life jacket for dogs. Well made, sturdy, and durable. Have been on several day/weekend/week-long kayaking and canoe trips with my little Australian Cattle Dog Sheila over these past two summers, and it still looks like new. Easy to put on and take off, and has all the necessary adjustments for… Full review

Hi & Light Harness

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Ruffwear Hi and Light Harness is a durable, lightweight harness that has been a fantastic fit for our active Vizsla, Roland. It allows for unrestricted movement and after months of regular use shows no obvious signs of wear. Testing Conditions: Our 8-year-old Vizsla, Roland, tested the Ruffwear Hi and Light Harness from late May through September of 2018 in northern New Hampshire. Roland wore the harness trail running, hiking, and running alongside my husband, Jim, and I while we mountain biked. Full review

Highlands Sleeping Bag

rated 3.5 of 5 stars (Disclosure: This sleeping bag system for dogs was provided to me while I was an ambassador for Backcountry K9. That blog site no longer sells gear, and I am no longer an ambassador.) Do check out the backcountryk9 blog for informative articles and reviews! Recently, Hurrta has joined Alcott and Ruffwear as dog gear manufacturers offering dog-specific sleeping bags. We really like this Ruffwear bag, though it is a bit small for our larger dogs. We have used it for two full camping seasons. This… Full review

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Ruffwear 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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2843 NW Lolo Drive
Bend, OR 97701
USA

phone: (541) 388-1821
toll-free: (888) 783-3932

website: www.ruffwear.com
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