Rhodesian Ridgeback Breed Information

Rhodesian Ridgeback
Showdog.com Breed Since Sunday, June 01, 2003
Breeders Dogs Entries Litter Size Lifespan* National
7 217 355 7.5 12 13

Schedule of Points

Sex 1 2 3 4 5
Dogs 2 3 4 5 6
Bitches 2 3 4 5 6

Top Kennels in Breed

Rank Username Contact Last Visit
1 AdroitAcres send a message to AdroitAcressend message 5 hours ago
2 Studio Dogs send a message to Studio Dogssend message 25 minutes ago
3 wildhunt send a message to wildhuntsend message 16 hours ago
4 Dalkeith send a message to Dalkeithsend message 16 hours ago
5 Agbulit send a message to Agbulitsend message Not Listed

Breed Scale of Points

Trait Importance
Head 10
Forequarter 10
Hindquarter 10
Gait 5
Top Neck and Back 15
Coat 20
Size 5
Feet 5
General 20
Breed Colors
Ridged light wheaten with black mask 4%
Ridged light wheaten with black pigment 4%
Ridged light wheaten with brown mask 4%
Ridged light wheaten with brown pigment 4%
Ridged red wheaten with black mask 4%
Ridged red wheaten with black pigment 4%
Ridged red wheaten with brown mask 4%
Ridged red wheaten with brown pigment 4%
Ridged wheaten with black mask 4%
Ridged wheaten with black pigment 4%
Ridged wheaten with brown mask 4%
Ridged wheaten with brown pigment 4%
Ridgeless light wheaten with black mask 4%
Ridgeless light wheaten with black pigment 4%
Ridgeless light wheaten with brown mask 4%
Ridgeless light wheaten with brown pigment 4%
Ridgeless red wheaten with black mask 4%
Ridgeless red wheaten with black pigment 4%
Ridgeless red wheaten with brown mask 4%
Ridgeless red wheaten with brown pigment 4%
Ridgeless wheaten with black mask 4%
Ridgeless wheaten with black pigment 4%
Ridgeless wheaten with brown mask 4%
Ridgeless wheaten with brown pigment 4%
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Lifespan
Lifespan refers to the earliest age (in months) that Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs can die on Showdog.com
"General" Factor
The "General" factor takes into account such things as show shine and temperament in addition to the other genetic traits.
Did you know?
Judges are generally certified to judge one or several breeds, usually in the same group, but a few "all-breed" judges have the training and experience to judge large numbers of breeds.