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Tag Archives: Rhodesian Ridgeback
Katie is the puppy of a coworker of mine. She’s so young she hasn’t had her final shots yet, but she’s already big enough to knock people over. She’s gonna be huuuuuge! Sorry, no inspiration today so you’ll just have … Continue reading
Cooper was a new arrival in September (thus making him 12 weeks old when this picture was taken). It seems only fair to make him the dog-in-review for 2018. The little girl, who is just meeting Cooper for the first … Continue reading
This is Ranger number 2! Or possibly number 1, since I took his picture first. Or possibly both rangers are number 1, since they are both awesome. This one is an unknown mix: the shelter said German shepherd/Rhodesian ridgeback, but … Continue reading
Another CorgiCon attendee, but I can’t help but feel that there’s something… different about him. I dunno. Could it be the fact that he has legs that are about as long as a corgi’s body? Or maybe that he was … Continue reading
I first met Boulder back in March of this year, and got a bunch of pictures, which were so fuzzy I couldn’t tell if he was a ridgeback or a poodle. Fortunately, round two came out just fine.
Ran into this fine gentleman outside of a Whole Foods. Rhodesian ridgebacks are rather hefty dogs by nature, and can look a little intimidating, but this one was too obviously begging for affection even to scare a passing 5-year-old.
I’m not sure about Franklin. That black short-ish muzzle says maybe ridgeback boxer mix to me, rather than ridgeback pit mix. Or he almost could be a black-mouth cur, if he weren’t so damn big! Perhaps a mix? But Franklin’s … Continue reading
A friend of Autumn’s has a lovely dog that she has to give up temporarily — they are moving into a place they can’t keep the dog, but are trying as hard as they can to find someplace that they … Continue reading
Hard to tell from this angle, and I have no notes, but the face looks ridgebackian to me.
These two look like polar opposites, but they were having a grand old time together. Largely because the corgi had the ball, and the ridgeback didn’t care about it. Also, extra special bonus chocolate goldendoodle!