At long last the whole family pictured together. The Rhodesian Ridgeback litter of 12 pictured with their proud Mum Maya.
Rhodesian Ridgeback Litter
This was the shot that took most of last Saturday afternoon to get. I would like to say that it was all down to great timing and camera skills, but i cant.

More a case of great organisation, two assistants and an idea to build a shot, photographing every pup individually. A variety of shapes and poses when the individual was obliging enough with some characters being more co-operative than others 😉

A couple of days on and off on the computer and we have a lovely finished shot. Well worth all the effort!

This really is a stunning litter and I am so happy to have been able to get this shot of them all before they start joining their new homes next week.

There is still some availability with some beautiful pups still looking to choose their new homes.

So if you’re looking for a dog with impeckable character, catwalk qualities and a dream companion to share long walks with – do give us a shout. We would love to answer all your ridgeback questions and show you what sets these dogs apart from all the others.


  1. Hi,
    We have a Rhodesian ridgeback and she has changed our lives. She is beautiful, intelligent and loyal and we absolutely adore her. We would never have another breed. She is 14 months old now and we are thinking about adopting a boy in a year or so. We have been looking on the internet and your website is one of about 3 or 4 we have been watching. Your dogs are gorgeous. We will be looking for a dark red wheaten boy but not until next spring/summer. Maybe we could arrange a visit???

    Thank u
    Louise & andrew

    • Hi
      Lovely to hear and you are most welcome to visit us at any point. Our intentions though are not to breed again for another 18 months to 2 years. We only breed to continue our line and my day job is quite demanding. Even the last 6 weeks has meant taking my attention off other duties, which I am now looking forward to getting back to.
      The pups have been lovely and a pleasure, but they do command so much attention. Their wellbeing is paramount and this beautiful picture certainly does them justice.

      I look forward to keeping up with all their new owners and seeing them develop into stunning adults!

  2. I want another ridgeback…. Beasty boy is the great love of our lives and I’d like to give him a companion. we have what it takes to raise and nurture 2….. I am all the way in Wallasey though, and my husband is at sea…. Let’s talk, perhaps there is a easy solution.

  3. ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh luvely puppy+mummy i have my boy Bruno he is 9half month luv him to bits would luv a little sister for him just like louise id like to get 1in about a year but not sure needing some advice first great ur a breeder hopefully talk soon where in the country do u stay thanks for readingx

    • Thanks for the comment Wendy. I’m based in Dorchester, Dorset. Its been a large commitment bringing up this litter, a joy but also a bind taking my attention away from the day job. Will probably look at breeding again in about 2 years time – so don’t know how that fits with your plans?

  4. Hi. I was after a pup around the middle of 2016. I was just wondering if you were breeding again next year.


    Helen Curran

    • Hi Helen

      At present the intention is to not breed again till 2017 with Coda. Things may change, so keep tabs on the pages just in case. We do have some availability with this litter, but pups are in high demand.

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