Fresh RuffWear Gear for your Favorite Adventure Pup

Our family doesn’t shy away from 4-legged fun…that’s why we bring our three wild cattle dogs on nearly every adventure we can! And after some extensive testing, we have a few personal favorites when it comes to RuffWear’s news collection and their tried-and-true gear that are sure to keep your adventure dog happy! Here are a few favorites, from our adventure dogs to yours!

Web Master Dog Harness (Meadow Stream small batch release)

The Web Master Dog Harness is our go-to harness for our youngest pup (1 year old) to our oldest (12 years old) dog – and this small batch release Meadow Stream colorway is a fun play on a classic, super durable harness. Our dogs have traveled everywhere from the Appalachian Trail to Colorado high country routes wearing the Web Master and it has delivered every time. It’s secure, never loosening, supportive with nicely placed padding and perfect any time of year.

Great Basin Dog Bowl

Our #1, DO-NOT-FORGET item for any road trip or outdoor adventure is a packable dog bowl and RuffWear’s Great Basin Dog Bowl. This bowl is rigid and stable enough to hold water and food but totally foldable to pack into a back pocket or pack pocket. It’s also easy to clean and dries quickly – best of both worlds!


We have put RuffWear’s Knot-A-Leash through the wringer. Road trips, river trips, backcountry skiing, red rock ramblings – you name it, this leash has seen it. We love the reflective accents, the never-failing carabiner and the accessory loop for waste bag easy-carry and access. Last but not least, this season has some fun, fresh colors!  

Pacific Ring Toy

The Pacific Ring is the perfect combination of tug toy and fetching disk for the dog that wants the best of both worlds! This is a personal favorite of our youngest and oldest pups. It’s light enough to glide long distances and durable enough to handle puppy chompers and tug-fest sessions between both dogs!


RuffWear’s Gnawt-A-Rock is perfect for treat-driven dogs that need a little extra engagement opportunity. Made from natural latex rubber, it features with a faceted, gum-massaging surface that our middle dog calls her personal favorite. As a throw toy, she loves chasing down the wild bouncy “ball” and really loves the rewarding, treat-dispensing design.

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