When considering a Ridgeback ....

Please keep in mind that Ridgebacks are very powerful, 
dogs that are independent thinkers.

*They can be quite stubborn, and are not well known for their reliability off leash*

They do have a protective instinct and we insist you attend obedience 
classes and keep your dog well socialized.

Please visit our FAQ's page for answers to some common questions.

Most Ridgeback Clubs elaborate on the breed's characteristics on their websites.
Please visit  
RRCUS
to get further information.

A word about  
buried electronic fencing.   

A word about 
coat colour
We do not operate a "kennel" 
Our dogs live in our home as cherished members of our family.
Our puppies are born & raised underfoot, - REALLY!

         Having a litter is not something we take lightly. 
We breed because we are hoping to produce a show potential puppy for ourselves, 
not as a source of income.

When we have puppies in the house it is a 24/7 job. 
They require and deserve constant attention and stimulation.

We want our puppies in homes where they will be treated like a member of the family .
You will need to have a safe, fenced yard.
Most of all you will need time and lots of patience.

We do have a contract that includes things like:
You must attend obedience class.
A return to breeder clause.
This page was last updated: April 4, 2021
Please take a few minutes to read the information on this page.
This decision should be as important to you, as it is to us. 
Take your time and choose carefully.
All dogs are not created equal, all Ridgebacks are not the same 
and every breeder is not a good fit for your needs. 
Try to meet as many breeders as you can to compare. 

There are tons of Ridgeback groups on Facebook. 
Become friends with them & try to get out to meet with them and their dogs 
- that will be the best research you can do!

Before you make any decisions, please take a moment to ask yourself
if you honestly have the time & patience required to raise a puppy right now?

Far to many people take on a youngster when their lifestyle simply doesn't allow them 
the time required to "properly" raise a puppy.

Many breeders have youngsters they have held back to see how they mature. 
If they are not turning out to be their next great show dog, 
chances are they may be available.

 Please also consider adopting a Ridgeback from 




These are dogs that are often surrendered for reasons that have nothing to do with the dogs behavior 
but rather the owners unfortunate circumstances.
homeabout usour dogspuppiescontact us

Things you should know:
This is a great video I found on YouTube....please watch- 
No Litters
 planned  
at this time.
Please
Check back
 in May
No Litters  planned  at this time.

Please Check back in May

Normally, we do try very hard to reply to every message 
but these days it has become nearly impossible.

If you have sent a message and not received a reply
we apologize.
Please contact us in May.