Even at 7:00am – coffee brewing, it’s still 8:00am for Moses and his zest for the day seems unfazed by daylight saving time. When clocks across the country are being turned back, Moses’ internal alarm clock doesn’t change – we’re one hour late for our early-morning adventures and frozen trail expeditions.

Illuminated and proud, Moses remains reflective in our Knot-a-Leash™ and Knot-a-Collar™ combo
Illuminated and proud, Moses remains reflective in our Knot-a-Leash™ and Knot-a-Collar™ combo

Although our canine companions do have a biological timekeeper, their daily structure is most often influenced by their human’s lifestyle and schedule. That is, with the exception of a sudden bi-annual alteration of their daily food itinerary.

As we transition into the shorter daylight hours of the winter months, keeping your canine visible is an important consideration on those starless post-work adventures. From reflective trim on our packscoats, and harnesses, to collars and leashes we consistently slip reflective properties into our products.

The ideal duo for illuminating your adventures on shorter days is our Beacon™ Safety Light and our ultra-visible Track Jacket™. A perfect combination or great on their own, both are specifically designed for visibility and safety during low-light conditions.

The Beacon Safety Light clips into your dog’s collar, harness, or any Ruff Wear apparel item while the Track Jacket is the fall/winter visibility essential. It now comes in two bright and vibrant colors ideal for low light.

With great gear from Ruff Wear, it’s easy to cloak your dog in visibility ensuring you won’t miss out on any low-light trail runs this season. Perhaps you’ll even be inspired to create some new experiences and memories along the way!

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  1. Not only is the daily walk off schedule, but little Tilley starts bugging me an hour earlier for her supper. She thinks I have flipped.

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