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  • #62877
    Marti W
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    have a look see what you think….. ;D

    http://www.lionhounds.co.uk

    Marti

    #71652
    *Nat*
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    HI, nice site, Leo looks lovely  ;D I have a soft spot for Ridgies  ;D I see you use him for breeding and that you have had his hips scored, has he had any other health checks?  🙂

    #71653
    Anonymous
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    lovely website but not a ridgeback fan after this one very suddenly turned nasty while i was out on a walk … and almost ate my little lurcher for dinner.

    left me very wary as they’re so large and powerful


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    #71654
    Anonymous
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    I can’t get the site up on the link

    #71655
    Anonymous
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    [quote author=piglet link=topic=13414.msg257155#msg257155 date=1231517412]
    lovely website but not a ridgeback fan after this one very suddenly turned nasty while i was out on a walk … and almost ate my little lurcher for dinner.

    left me very wary as they’re so large and powerful
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    RRs large  ??? ??? ??? ??? not really as compared to my Cavaliers, but not my Border Collies. Most of the ones I have met have either been shy or had brilliant temperaments, mainly the later.

    Not a first time owners dog but certainly not aggressive as a breed

    #71656
    .dodger.
    Member

    we’ve got two round here – one has a lovely temperament and the other one is always at the end of it’s lead barking and growling at dogs passing. they’ve just recently started to muzzle it.

    I do like ridgebacks but i wouldn’t own one 🙂

    #71657
    Anonymous
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    Hi,

    this one sure looked big and everso aggressive when it very nearly killed my lurcher and she is a BC size dog Dyane.  we’d been walking for over 30 mins alongside this dog when it suddenly attacked with no warning, no provocation and no apparent reason.

    bonnie was laid out by it flat on her back with jaws either side of her rib cage and a 1″ hole deep into one side where it had bitten into her holding her down very close to her lungs and very severe bruising the other – if she hadnt been so fit and agile i doubt very much that she would have got away.  my vets who had to operate on her straight away said she was very lucky.

    i’ve written about it before on here – RR’s have a raw neotony which prevents them from communicating well with more domesticated breeds 🙁

    Claire.

    #71658
    Anonymous
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    [quote author=piglet link=topic=13414.msg257182#msg257182 date=1231530392]
    Hi,…………………

    i’ve written about it before on here – RR’s have a raw neotony which prevents them from communicating well with more domesticated breeds 🙁

    Claire.
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    Oh I better tell the RR breeder who has his RRs living with his dobermans & springer spaniels indoors as well as the Vet nurse who has one of his puppies living with her two rescue mongrels that his RRs cannot communicate with “domesticated” breeds

    #71659
    *Lassie*
    Member

    Not a first time owners dog but certainly not aggressive as a breed

    But if kept by morons can inflict a lot of damage
    [img width=468 height=351]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g275/lassiemad/Suki006.jpg[/img]
    [img width=468 height=351]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g275/lassiemad/Suki012.jpg[/img]
    [img width=468 height=351]http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g275/lassiemad/Suki013.jpg[/img]

    Tam’s sister after TWO ridgebacks attacked her,thank goD she had a thick coat

    #71660
    Anonymous
    Guest

    They are not a breed I would trust have met some nice ones and also some bas**ds

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