Explore the gear and guides for logging those miles as a team and finding your stride with your furry pacer.
Explore All Dog Running Gear
Trail Runner™ Running Belt
hands-free running hip beltRated 5.0 out of 5 stars2 Reviews
Trail Runner™ Dog Lead
compact, lightweight lead
Trail Runner™ Dog Running Vest
Running & Hydration VestRated 5.0 out of 5 stars1 Review
Trail Runner™ Ultralight Dog Bowl
ultralight, packable bowlRated 5.0 out of 5 stars1 Review
Hi & Light™ Lightweight Dog Harness
lightweight, minimal dog harnessRated 5.0 out of 5 stars10 Reviews
Roamer™ Bungee Dog Lead
stretch webbing hands-free leadRated 5.0 out of 5 stars1 Review
Grip Trex™ Dog Boots
all-terrain paw wearRated 4.8 out of 5 stars8 Reviews
Lumenglow™ Hi-Vis Dog Jacket
reflective, high-visibilityRated 5.0 out of 5 stars2 Reviews
Flagline™ Dog Lead
lightweight, multi-use dog leash
Swamp Cooler™ Cooling Neck Gaiter
cooling dog neck gaiter
How To Run With Your Dog
Krissy Moehl and her four-legged pacer, PD, team up as your ultimate coaching team to help you and your dog discover the joy of running together.
Read Up & Run On
Trail Running With Nathan & Turkey
Tips for running in the summer heat from professional runner Krissy Moehl and her favorite running sidekick, PD.
Tips For Running With Dogs in Summer Heat
Logging plenty of trail miles with your dog is a solid foundation for barkpackers in-training. A bit of trail savvy-ness goes a long way in the backcountry.
Running In The Rain
Lace up and run, rain or shine. Krissy & PD share how to motivate and get outside, even when the weather turns.
DIG: Behind the Design of the New Trail Runner™ Collection
Get a closer look at the design and inspiration behind the Trail Runner™ Collection.
Vanlife & Winter Running Tips for Humans and Dogs
Winter weather, miles to run, a canine running buddy, and life in a van. Seems like a lot to manage – but these tips will set you up for success.
Running with Richard & Klinger
A blind endurance athlete made it his life’s work to encourage blind athletes to participate in sports, and his guide dog was the first graduate of Guiding Eyes for the Blind’s Running Guides Program.
Frequently Asked Questions
With the right preparation and planning, you can set you and your dog up for a fun time running together. We always recommend checking in with your vet ahead of getting started for any questions you might have specific to your dog's health and running - like age, breed, and other considerations.
It's going to vary depending on breed, age, and level of fitness of your dog. Weather can play a role as well. Build mileage up slowly, give your dog rest between longer runs, and check in with your vet to get advice tailored for your specific dog.
Alternating between running and walking throughout your run is a good place to start. Gradually build up more time running and less time walking. Stay in tune with your pup, as they may need a break even when you don't.