Dog Breed Info Center(R) DBIC

Rhodesian Ridgeback Pictures

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The left side of a tan with white Rhodesian Ridgeback that is sitting on a concrete slab and it is looking forward. There are brown pebble sized rocks behind it.

"This is Bailey, a purebred Rhodesian Ridgeback at a year and a half old. She is the first dog I have ever had and I can truly say I will only own a RR. She is very well mannered and www.dogbreedinfo.com helped in my search for the right dog. She is about 90 lbs. and about standard height. I do exercise her regularly and she does well at home by herself while I am gone. She is great with kids, but is like your typical RR and she is timid toward strangers at first; it takes a minute before she will walk up to them. I do follow Cesar Millan's disciplines as I believe all owners should. Cesar's philosophies have made her into the disciplined, well-balanced dog I was in search of. Bailey is very strong-willed and does require consistency. She is an incredible dog all around and does excellent with other dogs and cats. She was raised with cats and was socialized early."

Other Names

Ridgeback

Lion Dog

African Lion Hound

Front view - The back of a red Rhodesian Ridgeback that is sitting in grass and it is looking back at the camera. There is a line down the dog's back.

Bailey the Rhodesian Ridgeback at 1 1/2 years old

Close up - A liver-nose Rhodesian Ridgeback is sitting on a carpet and it is looking forward. Its head is slightly tilted to the left. There is a white patch on the dogs chest and it has wrinkles on its head.

"This is Jade, Ch. Studios Coldfoot Campaign by Freedom. She is a liver-nose Rhodesian Ridgeback. Jade is a Rhodesian Ridgeback breed ambassador when we attend local club events and breed information booths. Children and adults alike swarm to pet her ridge; we don’t have many Rhodesian Ridgebacks in Alaska. As a purebred “show dog” she has a personality and temperament that fits perfect in our home, with kids and a working home. Jade is well behaved because she was taken to obedience classes as early as possible. As with any dog, consistency in training and daily use of these cue words is the key to a well-behaved dog. The Rhodesian Ridgeback is no exception, so they are not recommended for a first-time dog owner."

Action shot - The right side of a Rhodesian Ridgeback that is running through a body of water.

Gabe the three-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback running through the water.

Close up - A small Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy is sleeping on her back in the lap of a person. The dog is wearing a hot pink collar.

Miss Mae the Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy sleeping on her back.

A small Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy is wearing a hot pink collar sleeping belly-up on her back on a blue and white striped pillow and a green comforter with leprechauns on it.

Miss Mae the Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy sleeping belly up.

Close up head and upper body shot - A tan with black Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy is laying against the back of a tan couch.

Miss Mae the Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy

A Rhodesian Ridgeback dog is sniffing the square stone ground it is standing on. It is wearing a choke chain collar and has a line down its back. Its tail is long.

Atila the Rhodesian Ridgeback at 8 years old

Top down view of a red Rhodesian Ridgeback that is sleeping on its side on top of a cow print fur rug on top of a hardwood floor.

Atila the Rhodesian Ridgeback at 8 years old

Top down view of a Rhodesian Ridgeback that is laying across an orange mat. You can see the line down the dog's back.

Atila the Rhodesian Ridgeback showing off the ridge going down her back.

A Rhodesian Ridgeback is laying on a orange mat. The dog is looking up. It has a line down its back.

Atila the Rhodesian Ridgeback showing off the ridge going down her back.

The back of a Rhodesian Ridgeback that is laying down on a red blanket facing the left. There is a white sheet in front of it.

Atila the Rhodesian Ridgeback showing off the ridge going down her back as she takes a nap.

Close up front view - A tan Rhodesian Ridgeback is sitting on a hardwood floor and it is looking up. Its head is slightly tilted to the right. There is a green wall and a sliding glass door leading to the outside behind it.

Gabe the three-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback

Close up front view head and upper body shot - A tan Rhodesian Ridgeback is sitting in a room with white walls and it is looking forward.

Sebastain the 12-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback

The front left side of a red Rhodesian Ridgeback that is standing on a gravelly path and it is looking to the left. Its mouth is open, its tongue is out and there is a chain link fence behind it. There is a dark line down the dogs back.

Adult Rhodesian Ridgeback—notice the ridge of hair going down the back. This strip of hair is going in the opposite direction from the rest of the hair.

 Front view - A red Rhodesian Ridgeback is standing on a gravelly surface and it is looking to the left. Its mouth is open and tongue is out. There is a dark line down the dog's back.

Adult Rhodesian Ridgeback

The right side of a red Rhodesian Ridgeback that is sitting on a gravelly surface. It is looking to the right and it is panting.

Adult Rhodesian Ridgeback

The back of a red Rhodesian Ridgeback that is standing on a gravelly surface and it is looking out of a chain link fence in front of it. Its mouth is open and its tongue is out and its tail is hanging down low.

Adult Rhodesian Ridgeback

The back of a red Rhodesian Ridgeback that is standing on a gravelly surface and it is looking out of a chain link fence.

Adult Rhodesian Ridgeback

Front view - A Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy is standing next to a tree it is looking forward and its head is tilted slightly to the right.A Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy is standing behind a tree and its head is popping out of the side.

Biko the pup

Close up head shot - A red Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy is standing on grass and it is looking to the right.

Biko the pup