Three Rhodesian Ridgeback puppies begin their lives timid but soon grow into their hunting instincts. When their pet parents set up a lure course in the back yard, the puppies get the chance to learn the joy of the chase.
Rhodesian Ridgebacks were originally bred to hunt lions in southern Africa. They can run up to 30 miles per hour. Because of these traits, they love the outdoors. Three new puppies explore the outside world, but it takes some getting used to.
Their mom needs to run off some energy, so she heads to a lure course, where artificial prey is dragged across a field to satisfy the dogs’ hunting instincts. She hasn’t been to the course since she was pregnant, and she can’t wait to get running. She has so much fun that her owners build one at home for the puppies to enjoy.