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Posted by wrenchhog44 on 05-17-2019 08:27 PM:

Rhodesian Ridgeback info

Kinda new to the whole internet thing, hoping somebody can point me in the right direction. Thinking about getting into Rhodesian Ridgebacks, had a couple of guys tell me they were great scent trailers/treeing dogs with a really high drive, but I talked to some breeders in Illinois/Iowa who told me in no uncertain terms that their dogs simply wouldn't hunt, they were strictly "companion animals." Not sure who to listen to on this one, last I checked the were in the hound group, did someone change the definition of "hound" and not tell me?


Posted by Black Ash Bawl on 05-17-2019 10:34 PM:

hunting

https://www.semperfiridgebacks.com/hunting.htm

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Posted by Black Ash Bawl on 05-17-2019 10:35 PM:

here

http://www.boardogs.com/Boardogs_Rh...n_Ridgeback.htm

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Posted by Black Ash Bawl on 05-17-2019 10:37 PM:

pups for sale

https://laidbacklionhounds.net/next-litter-news/

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Posted by Black Ash Bawl on 05-17-2019 10:40 PM:

2000 dollars pups

https://aplusridgebackhounds.weebly.com/

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Posted by wrenchhog44 on 05-17-2019 11:26 PM:

Thanks a bunch for all the help bud


Posted by dbender on 05-18-2019 03:59 PM:

Everyone I've ever seen had limited prey drive. They make a good pet, but I wouldn't invest a lot of time in one trying to train one to hunt. There might be a hunting line, but prob have to go out of the country to find one.


Posted by wrenchhog44 on 05-18-2019 05:34 PM:

I did talk with one breeder who made a point of advertising the fact that they had a lot of African bloodlines in their dogs, you might be on to something there


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