my besenji was a gift from my friend.. it is my first time to have a besenji but I don't know what are the don't and do's of its food…can you help me?? I don't want my churva get sick because of the food that I gave..
This can be dangerous if she decides to go around the bike
Yes, we addressed that. Doodle prefers to keep her distance from the bike. I am far more concerned about speed. She's fast, but I am not into riding 5mph and I don't think it's a good idea to ask her to run extended periods at 15mph. Cycling just might be a solo activity. I'm still holding out hope that she'll enjoy jogging with me.
My Rosa wrote the "How To Be a Basenji DIVA" manuscript - as many rules there were, it was so worthy of a 'script' at the end! She, and all her offspring, had spring and fall heats, but I only bred her once in the spring. That produced one puppy, my Captain. She always ruled over her pups, except when Captain came along - she did what HE said when he was about 2 weeks old!
I had a situation similar to @elbrant. I contacted a breeder wanting to get on a list for a puppy. She said she had a 16 month female that was available -she was going to SHOW but changed her mind. I said I had my heart set on a puppy and she said “the puppy stage is short- lived and there were a lot of advantages of getting a young dog that was past the puppy stage - you should at least come and meet the dog.” Needless to say it was love at first sight - she immediately bonded w/ my husband curling up next to him. Years later the breeder stated to me that she knew we were the right family for the dog - that she had only seen 2 times when one of her dogs immediately bonded with a family. I always said “ Kembe chose us.” In hind sight it was a blessing - I got a dog that was potty trained, could walk on leash, and already knew basic commands. My only regret is that I did not get her a sibling so that she had a companion. You shouldn’t have any issues. Congratulations- look forward for great adventure and happiness with your new basenji.