Rhodesian Ridgeback Animal Pictures

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A Rhodesian Ridgeback nursing her puppies in the garden. The nipples are primarily for nursing pups and the number of nipples will vary.

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Puppy ridgebacks require lots of patients and a consistent, positive-reinforcement training schedule to avoid them developing into domineering, bossy dogs.

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The athletic Rhodesian ridgeback requires moderate levels of exercise, though they adapt well to various living environments so long as theyโ€™re provided with regular walks and play sessions.

woman holds a Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy in the hands and pets him

woman holds a Rhodesian Ridgeback puppy in the hands and pets him
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Rhodesian ridgebacks are affectionate, gentle dogs to their family, though they often are independent and single-minded.

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These dogs are devoted companions, thriving on quality time with their families.

Adorable Rhodesian Ridgeback standing on rock in green forest nature scene

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The Rhodesian Ridgeback is an example of a breed vulnerable to skin cancer.