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2011 Basenji Puppies
The Basenji is a handsome, short, muscular dog who is also known as the African Barkless Dog. “Basenji” means “bush thing” in African dialect. They should not bark, but they are not mute. Basenjis repertoire of sounds range from a pleasing throaty crow to a keening wail made when they are lonely or unhappy. Basenjis are often compared to small deer because of their grace, intelligence and beauty. They are about the size of a Fox Hound, and very proud.
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One of the oldest breeds of dogs, they are native to Africa where they are used to assist beaters in flushing game out, which are then driven into nets strung up against trees. These dogs were highly prized in Central Africa for their intelligence, silence, speed and hunting power. The Basenji has a short, fine coat that tends to become more course in colder countries, but without losing its gleam.
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Wrinkled on the forehead, they also have a curly tail that swirls to one side of their body. Known to be much like cats, Basenjis will sometimes clean themselves by licking all over, and are said to be nearly odorless. Basenjis will make good pets as long as they are handled on a regular basis from an early age.
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Basenji puppies are for sale in Australia with pups 4 sale puppy classifieds. Buy or sell your Basenji puppies in Australia with the help of our detailed Basenji breed information below! On this page you will find a range of information designed to assist you when making the decision on whether Basenji puppies are right for you.Thanks to Glendawn Basenji Kennels for the pictures of Basenji puppies & adults used on this page, and the additional information provided.
Basenji rescue offers breeder guidelines and helps rehome the dogs. All the organizations that deal with helping the dogs that have been abandoned, lost, left or abused are not-for-profit organizations that are composed exclusively of volunteers and people who like animals and the breed especially. The main objective of these organizations is saving the animals. Basenji rescue offers breeder guidelines and helps rehome the dogs.
The animals that have been found are brought to the special places where they are cured, trained, and fed. Afterwards, they find new homes with loving and responsible owners. Sometimes these organizations arrange foster home care for the dogs that have fallen on hard times. Basenji rescue offers breeder guidelines and helps rehome the dogs.