Red/White puppy boys available, in portland or

Your name: Teri
Your city, state: Portland,Or
Your phone numbers/email: debbie mastro at yahoo dot com
Basenji(s) For Sale: 4 Red/White puppy boys
Parents health tests: Fanconi, Hips, Eyes
Registration if any (AKC, Basenji Clubs, etc): AKC
Price:$600.00
Age when puppies will be ready to be taken home: Now
Do you ship your Basenjis: Yes
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Pictures coming soon.

Please bear with me not real good with computors, Khanis is helping me find my way around

All pups are available to companion homes and shipping is available 🙂

Here are some 8 week puppy pictures of the boys….

These boys have a p. Fanconi IND dam and a sire that is from two p. Fanconi Clear parents:
Boy 1~"Tucker"

Boy 2~"Petey"

Boy 3~"Kato"

This boy has a p. Fanconi Clear sire and a p. Fanconi Carrier dam:
Boy 4~ "Ducky"

I will be helping take new pictures tomorrow… so the 8-wk photos will have to do... but the boys are looking much better and have lovely coats!!

Houston

Do you still have any of the boys left???

Banhernezz- My friend Brenda Cassel of Signet Basenjis has several Tri males in Dallas, look up Signet Basenjis online for their photos etc, I love her dogs, all very sweet. She will be handling my girls in TX and OK this year.

Lovely litter Kathy.

These are not my pups Sharron.
I posted the pictures for Teri… she is learning to do this stuff.. but not great at it yet.
Below are pictures of the boys this past weekend:



These are just the cutest little guys! I think I just melted a bit oooing and aaaaing at their pics!

I have never seen a red with a black muzzle?

@Barklessdog:

I have never seen a red with a black muzzle?

Quite common in some lines. Zuri Basenjis being one… it is called "masking" typically fades by the time they are 6 to 9 months old. You will find it with breeding with Tri in the pedigree. Notice in the stacked photos at a younger age they are quite black, pictures where they are older not as much

@Barklessdog:

I have never seen a red with a black muzzle?

Im glad you asked that question Barklessdog, as I was going to ask the same thing !!!

Pat is there any bias in the showring to the black mask, or do you keep the show pups at home till its gone ??? Do they ever not lighten up ???

@saba:

Im glad you asked that question Barklessdog, as I was going to ask the same thing !!!

Pat is there any bias in the showring to the black mask, or do you keep the show pups at home till its gone ??? Do they ever not lighten up ???

There is no DQ in Basenjis so would not disqualify in the show ring. So, I have shown with the masking still visable. And I have never seen one that stays black/black. The masking might still be visable, but lightly.

If you go to my website and then to Meet the Girls, look at the red girls, you can still see the hint of masking on Maggii, Fatia and Kristii (all from the Zuri line and Tri Factored)

@natnatsupercat:

These are just the cutest little guys! I think I just melted a bit oooing and aaaaing at their pics!

Are you interested in purchasing a puppy?

Cute, pudgy little furballs - baby everythings are adorable - but B's especially.

@tanza:

There is no DQ in Basenjis so would not disqualify in the show ring. So, I have shown with the masking still visable. And I have never seen one that stays black/black. The masking might still be visable, but lightly.

If you go to my website and then to Meet the Girls, look at the red girls, you can still see the hint of masking on Maggii, Fatia and Kristii (all from the Zuri line and Tri Factored)

I had a look at your pretty girls, but I think I could see it on Maggii amd Kristii, but not on Fatia ;)…

I knew it wouldnt be a disqualification, but just wondered if they had quite a heavy masking, would the judge penalise this ??? I guess every judge is different in their thoughts on this, so its an un-answerable question really !!! Thinking out loud is all :)...

With the masking generally come heavy pigment…
and the nice pigment is desired.

But, on the flip side, the black hairs interspersed with the red detracts from good demarcation, hence should be considered if/when it came down to something very slight to differentiate between two nearly identical (in quality) dogs in the ring.

The masking is kind of along the same lines as the trindle... it is allowed for in the starndard... but can "muddy" up the crisp clean colors of a nice specimen of the breed.

Thanks for that info Kathy…

Its true when they say you learn something new everyday, well at least you should !!!

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