Breeding Endorsements and Why You Shouldn’t Breed your Pedigree Rhodesian Ridgeback As a RR breeder, I’ll admit it, that having a litter of puppies is a beautiful & rewarding experience. It’s also a lot of very hard work if you are conscientious with putting everything you have into producing the very best dogs possible. …
We breed Rhodesian Ridgeback Puppies from the best blood lines available. We select of lines carefully, only selecting good dogs of outstanding temperament, stunning form, and glorious dark red coats.
They are perfect family dogs having been whelped in a family household, having regular handling, and the variety of experience that comes with this.
We only breed to continue and improve our own lines, so each litter is indeed special and unique in every way.
Ojore is an African name meaning “Warrior” and the Rhodesian Ridgeback certainly is a warrior within the canine world. They are not aggressive dogs, more a case that they are dogs with great spirit and presence, a very proud dog to have by your side and to be part of your family. unit.
Originally bred and used to hunt lions, the dogs are known to be fearless and will openly stare fear in the eye whilst moving forward.
The Rhodesian Ridgeback is known as the SAS of the canine world for being able to keep pace with a moving horse whilst running along side for distances up to 30 km. But don’t let this put you off, this is what they ‘can do’ and not a rule of thumb as to what they need or indeed get!
A ridgeback is the ideal family pet for ‘active’ families and would prove to be the greatest running companion you could ever wish for. Likewise they will also be your ideal, placid & chilled out buddy just lounging around on a settee all day ( given the chance ), being hounds they just love to sleep !
Did you know that the term of “keeping a lion at bay” comes from and refers to the Ridgebacks hunting abilities of determination, fearlessness, and power ?