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Emily, Lincoln, Quinn, Penny and Zero are stuck with me. Not sure what the rest of your excuses are, but nonetheless I’m grateful for everyone who shared the year with us. As always, thanks for taking the time to watch or comment or send us a message. It makes my day when I know one of our posts made someone else’s day just a bit brighter. Your kindness and generosity makes me a better person – so thank you!
Thank you Will! Your blog always makes me happy. Every day I read one of your posts and watch a video, I smile. Wishing you and your family a wonderful new year!
Happy New Years! And thank you for sharing your crazy world with us all these years. Wishing you all the best in 2020!
Happy New Year! It will be great for you with the new little one for sure!
New Year’s blessings to you, Will, and your beautiful pack. A great adventure is in store for you and Emily and I think you both have what it takes to enjoy every minute, sleep depravation notwithstanding!! We’ve returned to our home in Charleston, SC after holidays up north and Nellie, our RR, can’t wait to get back to the beach!! Looking forward to your posts.
Thanks for your amazing stories and videos! They’ve really helped us when we got our 2 rescues this year! (especially the one about getting a 2nd ridgie!) Happy new year to you and your fam! Xoxo
Happy New Year and maybe 2020 be another year of learning and be filled NEW adventures for You and the family!
Happy New Year to you and your lovely family – both hooman and fur. Your blogs always put a smile on my face although there has certainly been quite a few tears also. Watching your fur children – and now hooman children is a privilege so thank you for sharing. Wishing you all good health and happiness and all the very best for 2020 xx
Love seeing the “wrap-up” of your year in this post! Lots to be thankful for & all our best to you & yours in the New Year 2020! Gotta love a Ridgie ~ or two…! Most kindly,
René & ChiChi
Happy New Year to you and your beautiful family! Keep up the wonderful videos, they are awesome
Happy New Year Will, Emily, and Team.
Happy New Year – love your posts, keep it up .. RR’s are the BEST
Happy New Year to you and your beautiful family. I look forward to all of your posts to come in 2020.
Lincoln fits right in to Chicago. He plays ball better than the Cubs or Bears.
Will, wonderful recap of a momentous year for your family. Wish everyone a happy an healthy new year. My favorite? Watching Penny and Zero trying to catch the ball! For such athletically talented (and loving) dogs they missed out on ball catching genes. Peace be with your family.
I really enjoy your videos and articles.
They are always interesting and extremely well done, and, of course, they’re fantastic because they feature Rhodesian Ridgebacks.
May 2020 bring joy, good health and prosperity to you and your family. All the best.
Loved seeing that your Ridgebacks can’t catch a ball either. However, if I throw the smallest piece of cheese from 10 feet away, my Naya is bang on every time! Thanks for sharing your stories and life experiences. Happy New Year!
Many thanks for taking us on an incredible ride this past year. We are looking forward to 2020’s adventures. Blessings, peace and joy to the entire pack.
Rescued Max after our 14 year Keeshond passed…… Didn’t realize then that I had just adopted a cyclone…… Thanks for the info, lessons and laughter …… Max has taught me a lot and he and I have come a long way……
Such a lovely review! Thank you for sharing your numerous adventures with all of us – and a belated very happy New Year!
Congratulations on your growing family. Your son is precious and so good with the dogs. You’re a good soul, Will. I loved your year in review. Alys
Congratulations on a beautiful new daughter joining your wonderful family, and thank you for sharing your fun 2019 recap!
I have thoroughly enjoyed your videos.
We now have our own “Penny mayhem”, Tala, our 9th ridgeback. She is so affectionate, full of joy and has a brilliant sense of fun but we were convinced that for the first 2 years she was selectively deaf! So Intent on enjoying life regardless of whether her mate Leo or any other dog enjoyed her exhuberance………A certificate of attendance at puppy school and a second at training later,( she is our first ridgeback to need official training), we heeded the breeders advice and waited till she was 2yrs and finally slowed down enough to be able to listen and see the treats.
Everyone of our ridgebacks has been so different, so individual, it has been a such a pleasure to share and enjoy our lives with them.
You video reminds me of the joy and times with our ridgebacks……look forward to seeing more of them.