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Sakorn summer 2011
Kenya Hunting WEB 1
Vagas 5M WEB
BlueStone UZI 9 mnths old

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Breeding Pedigree Thai Ridgebacks and Crossbreds, based in the beautiful Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.  We are the original importers, breeders of all Thai Ridgeback x and purebreds throughout New Zealand.  They are making a name for themselves now that more of them are out hunting.

We pride ourselves with our core values in the upbringing of this very unique breed:  Ask us anything, we are very honest and approachable and happy to answer your questions about our dogs

  • Socialising from day one
  • Minimal time spent in kennels
  • Always happy to help owners with training their new puppy  

They make great companions and exceptional hunting dogs.

By crossing some of our purebreds with our Blue Heeler, Kelpie, Huntaway bitches, our puppies get the best of both worlds - the appearance, agility and strength of a Thai Ridgeback combined with the intelligence and calmness of the Blue Heeler, Huntaway and Kelpie.

These dogs are in no way related to the Rhodesian Ridgeback breed.

This is the place to find a Purebred or one of our Crossbred Thai Ridgebacks for Pet, Hunting, Guard, Agility or Search and Rescue.  Feel free to Contact Us for more information.

Shipping available 


Michelle has been breeding dogs and horses for over 20yrs.

We are located close to Whakatane in the beautiful Bay of Plenty of New Zealand. You are welcome to visit and meet our dogs by appointment

Enquiries welcome, please contact us.

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Thai Ridgeback Puppies

We have a litter of purebred Thai Ridgeback puppies born 24th May 2015.  Dam: BlueStone Vogue, Sire: BlueStone Uzi.  Photo is of Vogue

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Upcoming Litters

We will be breeding Echo to Uzi again soon.  This combination produced beautiful puppies that have lovely natures and have made great hunting dogs.

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Sendais Pups playing

Video of 3/4 TRD pups from Sendai's first litter 2012.  Sendai will be mated to (Gage Purebred TRD) again in spring 2015

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