Adorable Husky Video! Happy Weekend!
Best Bully Sticks thinks you should start off your weekend right! This Adorable Video of a Mama Husky and her pup, playing will do just that. Enjoy & have a great weekend!
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Best Bully Sticks says: "It's time to vote!" VOTE HERE for the top ten most nominated Animal Shelters & Rescues as picked by YOU! The Rescue or Shelter with the most votes by April 2nd @ 3 PM EST will win $500!!
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Today ONLY, BBS is taking nominations for a $500 Giveaway to an Animal Shelter or Rescue! Nominate your favorite shelter below or on Facebook.com/BestBully. The TOP TEN MOST NOMINATED will appear in a Facebook Poll tomorrow until Monday, April 2nd!! The most voted Animal Shelter or Rescue will win $500 from BBS!
This week, Best Bully Sticks takes you to historical Zimbabwe and back for a surprising look into the history of a great hound dog, the Rhodesian Ridgeback. This week's Breed Spotlight is sure to not only inform but create a newfound respect for this graceful and athletic canine.
History & Background: The Rhodesian Ridgeback’s forerunner was first native to South America where the breed is thought to originate from the Khoikhoi people’s dogs. These dogs were known to be extremely fierce and loyal and were used to hunt and bay lions, meaning they would hold the lion until the hunter would make the kill. This dog was also used to bay wild pigs and hunt baboons.
This Khoikhoi dog was first called the African Lion Dog while in the Rhodesia area of Africa and then progressed to the standard Rhodesian Ridgeback we now know through breeding by European settlers and traders. The standard Ridgeback came about in 1922 and was accepted into the AKC in 1955. Read more