text-align: none; letter-spacing: 0px; font-size: 20px; line-height: 24px; font-weight: normal;”>Rudiger has been a breeder of many types of animals over the past 30 years in both his native country of Germany, Europe and recently in Asia (Thailand and Vietnam).
Moving to Vietnam in 2007 Rudiger became fascinated by the local native Ridgeback dog in Vietnam found in the southernmost part on the Island of Phu Quoc in the Gulf of Thailand. For almost 10 years, after this discovery, Rudiger has studied like a student and bred the Vietnamese Phu Quoc Ridgback with passion and respect, aiding in the rejuvenation of the status of the breed that was almost lost to neglect from the troubled modern history of Vietnam.
Over the years with his involvement with the Vietnam Kennel Association (VKA), the official organization that oversees the development of the Vietnamese Ridgeback Breed, and with the local community of admirers and breeders has allowed him to contribute to the development of this type of Ridgeback breed, and now, wants the the world to became aware of this magnificent native breed of dog of Vietnam.
Zabler Kennels was established in Vietnam, and along with this website, is intended to reach out to a growing group of admires of the the Vietnamese Ridgeback and now allow them to bring a dog into their lives and home who live outside Vietnam.
There are very, very few professional Phu Qouc dog breeders outside Vietnam and it is quite to not only find good information online or in print, in English, it is much more difficult to obtain dogs.
If you like what you see in our portfolio of male, female and Phu Quoc Ridgeback puppies please contact Rudiger Zabler directly and he will help you find the right dog(s) for you and send it to your home. Thank you.
When was your first encounter of a Vietnamese Ridgeback dog and describe your experience?
One characteristic of a Phu Quoc dog that which was very surprising is the cleanliness and strength of a birthing mother. I witnessed our own Phu Quoc pregnant bitch give birth to 6 puppies (we source breeding females from Phu Quoc Island). Within the first weeks, the birthing area was clean of urine and defecation, never a trace of 'puppy odour' whatsoever. The birth of the puppies seem so natural and effortless for the mother. The puppies were birthed and then would tear out of their embryo sack themselves and the mother would lick them completely clean. I have never quite seen this attention to detail and efficiency of a birthing female dog., Breeder
Any inquiries about the dogs of Zabler Kennels please Rudiger can by TEL, email or use our website’s webform.
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