How big do Rhodesian Ridgebacks get?

How big do Rhodesian Ridgebacks get?

25 to 27″
The Rhodesian ridgeback is a strong, muscular, balanced and athletic dog. He is capable of great endurance with a fair amount of speed. Males range in height from 25 to 27″ (85 pounds, 38 kilograms) and females from 24 to 26 inches (70 pounds, 32 kilograms).

Do Ridgeback dogs shed?

Rhodesian Ridgebacks shed little, and you can keep them clean with a weekly brushing and a wipedown with a damp cloth. Ridgebacks generally don’t bark a lot. Many will bark to alert you to something unusual, and some will bark when they are bored, but for the most part, this isn’t a yappy breed.

Where can I find a Rhodesian Ridgeback?

Sarula Rhodesian Ridgebacks can be found worldwide in many pedigrees of top performing dogs. I am also an international breed specialist judge having held appointments in Italy, New Zealand, Australia, Switzerland, Denmark, Israel, Austria, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Germany, Russia and Canada.

How many Ridgebacks does jockular have?

For the moment there are three ridgebacks in Jockulars home: Champion Jockular Esquire Jamal (Max), Champion Jockular Lady Leandra (Noa) and Jockular Kiana (Luna). The kennel’s name “JOCKULAR” reminds of our first ridgeback “JOCK” and means cheerful, clownish and optimistic.

Who is Sarula Barika?

Sarula Barika, son of Shady, Zimbabwe Much later in life, Shady went to live with the two Jennys on Kandy Farm in Mazoe. (Black Jenny was owned by Phillip, Brown Jenny was owned by Antonia — Phillip and Antonia got married.

How many times a year do you breed a ridgeback?

Breeding in Zimbabwe and Australia for over 30 years, we are a very small kennel producing a litter of healthy and happy Ridgeback puppies only once a year, if that. We are currently only using imported African bloodlines tracing back to our original Zimbabwean lines over a 6 generation period, or occasionally using a judicious outcross.