Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue Organizations In All States

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This big and powerful hound is an odd mixture of traits, mostly good. Bred to tease and distract lions on the African plains while hunters did their work, the Rhodesian Ridgeback is sometimes called the African Lion Hound. The breed’s distinctive feature is the “mohawk” that runs along its back, created by hairs running counter to the rest of the coat. As with many hounds, this breed retains a high level of chase instinct and can be difficult to train to be off-leash. Extremely loyal to its family, the Rhodesian Ridgeback is a great dog for families with kids, though its size (at about 100 pounds) requires adult monitoring to assure safety for all.

If you can't find the right Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue that you’re searching for in your state, check below the listings for links to other Rescues in nearby states who may have exactly what you are looking for.

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Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescues in the USA

Rescue OrganizationCityStatePhone
Colorado Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue -CRRR- Centennial CO (303) 689-2159
Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue Hollister CA (925) 899-4612
Rhodesian Ridgeback Rescue, Inc. US

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We sincerely hope that this site will help you find the perfect dog to rescue near you. However, please keep in mind that while we have the utmost trust in every organization listed here, we cannot personally vouch for any individual group we have listed, or for the experience you will have with a dog you adopt from them. We strongly encourage you to research each organizations independently before deciding the adopt from them, as well as thoroughly preparing yourself, your family, and your home for the arrival of your new dog.

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