Southern Region
Dogs Available for Adoption
Open List Contact a Rescue Coordinator
Area Rescue Coordinator Telephone Email
Alabama Nikki Strain 205.531.4244 Email Nikki
Florida Grace Glasgow   Email Grace and Lisa
Lisa Stein  
Georgia Nicolina Devito 770.846.6496 Email Niki
Julie Williams 678.240.0572 Email Julie
Mississippi OPEN   Email us
North Carolina Amy Bodle 919-600-4391 Email Amy
South Carolina Nicole and John Tate   Email Nicole and John
Tennessee, Western Erin Padovano 901.240.2879 Email Erin
Tennessee, Central Stacey Collins 615.477.0933 Email Stacey
Tennessee, Eastern OPEN   Email us
Regional Rescue Coordinator Nicolina Devito 770.846.6496 Email Niki

To learn about events and activities for Rhodesian Ridgebacks and their owners in your area, please visit the homepage of the Sunshine State Rhodesian Ridgeback Club ("SSRRC").

Name: Mavis
ID: 5493
Location: NC
Sex: Female
Age: 4 yrs
Color: Red Wheaten, black nose
Weight: 78 lb/35 kg
Mavis is a beautiful slickback queen! She came into Rescue with her sister Emily after being left at the shelter by their previous owner who was tired of getting them after they "escaped" (we believe they were left outside unattended all the time). It was reported to us that Mavis is an escape artist and can climb a chain link fence, so her forever home will not have one of those. While she has no  MORE...
Name: Emily
ID: 5492
Location: NC
Sex: Female
Age: 4 yrs
Color: Wheaten livernose
Weight: 78 lb/35 kg
Emily is a lovable livernose ridged girl. She and her sister Mavis were surrendered to a shelter on Long Island because their owner was tired of going and getting them when they "escaped". Her previous owner stated that she is a flight risk and can get out of a chain link fence, but we believe they got out due to boredom and being left all day/night outside. She has made no attempt to climb the 6   MORE...
Name: Daisy
ID: 5460
Location: NC
Sex: Female
Age: 9 yrs
Color: Red wheaten
Weight: 84 lb/38 kg
Daisy is a beautiful, gentle lady with a lovely ridge who loves the company of adults, older children, and other dogs. She was surrendered because her family had human children and could not care for her. She came into rescue with skin allergies, but those have seemed to dissipate with a different diet and not so much time alone outside. Could also have been stress related and have resolved with a  MORE...
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