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Nyassa Rhodesian Ridgebacks

Top Breeder 1997 & 2008 ---- Home of Top Brood Bitch 1997, 1998 & 2008
Breeder of Top Dog 1997 and Reserve Top Dog 1998 ---- Breeders of Top Sire 1998

Home of Top Ridgeback 2002, and Home of Best of Breed at Crufts 2002 and 2005

founder and sole owner
Sue Campbell

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21.03.2007 The "C" Litter are one year old today. Parties with Doggy Cake and Jellies abound!!!
07.03.2007 New pictures of Adam (Nyassa Adam) added, More Here
04.03.2007 Having convalesced well, if at times somewhat audibly, today Rory headed off with his new family. He has settled in well, laying claim to all human knees for his own personal pillows!! Best wishes Rory my boy for a long and happy life.
14.02.2007 After a concerning ten days, on Monday of this week Rory had all but two of his stitches removed. He wasn't the slightest bit worried or phased by the whole thing, unlike me! It never ceases to amaze me at just how easily puppies take these things in their stride and he was no exception. The wound has healed quite beautifully and once it has ceased to drain completely the last two stitches will be removed and he'll be back to the rough and tumble of normal puppy life! 
02.02.2007 On Wednesday 31st January my lovely boy Rory ("D" Litter boy 9) underwent a 2 1/2 operation to remove a dermoid sinus from his neck. While a long and delicate procedure my vet, Sally, is extremely pleased with the outcome, and Rory's quick recovery from the operation. She is confident that the sinus, which while deep was only attached to soft tissue, has been removed intact and that a full recovery will follow. I can't begin to thank her enough for giving this sweet boy the chance of leading a normal and happy life. Rory meanwhile is happy, playful and hungry!!!!
 

 

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