The First Rhodesian Ridgeback Club to Gain Championship Status in the UK
Life Members:- Mrs G M Craven, Mrs G K Cairns, Mr R Ellis & Mrs J Ellis, Mrs S Firth, Mr I Firth,
Miss G Lawless, Mrs C Macauley, Mrs P Petford
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The committee and members of the Midlands and Northern Rhodesian Ridgeback Club welcome you to our web site. Hopefully you will find the information that you seek and at the same time enjoy the experience.
|BIS Gunthwaite Born To Be Wicked at Jarhiba
Club Open Show March 2016
More Details Here
At all times our main concern is for Rhodesian Ridgebacks and for those that have an interest in them. To this end the club organizes various events throughout the calendar year which hopefully prove to be both informative and entertaining.
Sadly, despite the best efforts of all Ridgeback Clubs, the number of Ridgebacks that are in need of re-homing continues to grow. Proceeds from all our club activities are utilised in aiding the rescue of these unfortunate dogs. We ask, therefore, that you particularly check out our Club Events and Merchandise Pages.
We hope you enjoy browsing our web site and that it proves useful.
We will be holding a Seminar on 17th April 2016. Our
Breed Specific Speaker will be Mrs Ann Woodrow.
Places for this seminar are limited, so please book early to ensure your place. Full details here
Page for the 2016 Open Show
Results and Critique added
Show Diaries for 2016 and
Champions of The Twentieth
Produced by the club in celebration of champion ridgebacks from the last century. With a photograph and three generation pedigree for every entry, check out your Ridgeback's champion ancestors
- £27.99 each
Now at only £18.50 each, Limited Stock Available
Details and Order Form Here
It has come to the notice of the Rhodesian Ridgeback Breed Clubs that some unscrupulous breeders are passing off Rhodesian Ridgebacks of incorrect colours, as "rare and correct"- please be careful. The correct colours allowed by the breed standard, as defined by The Kennel Club, are Light Wheaten to Red Wheaten and not colours such as black and tan (Doberman colouring) or brindle. Occasionally, due to a recessive genes, silver/grey, blue, black & tan or brindle coloured puppies are born. They should never be shown, never be used in a breeding programme and should be registered as "non standard" colour; their purchase price should reflect this. The Kennel Club recommends that these puppies should have their registration documents endorsed by the breeder accordingly.