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Welcome to iZangoma Rhodesian Ridgeback

The iZangoma are the traditional healers of the Zulu and Bantu.

They are born as such and their special abilities are a gift and cannot be acquired or learnt.

They are in contact with their ancestors, who help them interpret visions and dreams and also give them strength and protection.

Dear friends of Rhodesian Ridgebacks,

I am glad, you found your way to iZangoma Kennel.

My Name is Christine Ambrosi, I am a breeder with the DZRR (VDH/FCI) in Germany. You'll probably have found Brix and my breeding bitch Gaia already.

On these pages you can get to know us a litte and click through our picture gallery.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me.



Chabani is looking for her home... and she found it


Chabani is looking for her home... and she found it

***Update: Chabani found her home =0)***
iZangoma Chabani Mhambaia, born on 30.03.2018, daughter of Leeurif Umbuse Mhambi & Ye Japha Gaia Xolani, is still looking for a loving, suitable home. She is a bright, smart young lady, housebroken, walks on a leash, very curious and alert. mehr

The iZangoma C-Litter is born


The iZangoma C-Litter is born

On March 30, 2018, the iZangoma C-Litter was born. After beeing mated with Leeurif Umbuse Mhambi, Ye Japha Gaia Xolani gave birth to 9 puppies, 8 feemales and 1 male, all are healthy and cheerful. The latest infos as always in the C-Litter Blog.mehr



Photos of the eighth week

Photos of the eighth week

I didn't make it to present you recent photos. The eighth and ninth week were just too turbulent. The Mhambaias have given everything, they were always hungry, they were grown wildly, raging as if there was no tomorrow and it felt as if they ...

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