Photos Are Worth A Thousand Words.
If the old saying is true, our photos speak volumes. They tell our stories, share our emotions, and convey our thoughts. Capturing these moments for others to see and bringing a better understanding to the Rhodesian Ridgeback dog breed is a lifetime commitment.
There is so much information available on the internet regarding the history of the Rhodesian Ridgeback and I encourage everyone researching Rhodesian Ridgebacks to read as much as they can. We’ve been living with Rhodesian Ridgebacks since 1986 and celebrated our first litter of puppies in 1991. I learned many years ago that this breed "fit the bill" of what I was looking for in a dog - short coated, handsome, on the larger side, clean, and wonderful with family. Over the years I’ve competed in conformation, lure coursing and obedience; have certified Therapy Dogs; dabbled in agility and barn hunt. relish in assisting others in their search for a new best friend. Rhodesian Ridgebacks, however, are not the best breed for everyone, so here’s my perspective on the breed.