So many times people post pictures and ask what folks on the forum think about their dogs. Often, the most convincing in appearance turn out disappointingly to not have any Basenji blood. When you think about it, there are not likely all that many crossbreds out there. Most people with an intact Basenji bitch are not looking to cover her with anything but a purebred male, and in North America generally females are spayed because most breeders require it for pet puppies. Bitches that are showing are even less likely to be bred to something outside the breed.
Watson's first agility experience…
So Watson and I attended our first beginners agility class and last night was graduation.
Here is a video of the culmination of our 6 weeks of effort. The lady running him was our instructor
tanza last edited by
What fun and what a good boy.
Jolanda and Kaiser
agilebasenji last edited by
awwwww, what fun
now to train you to run him
I did run him
I ran him all 6 weeks of class… Joan ran everyone's dog once last night for graduation
Ha, a Basenji must be an agility trainers worst nightmare. A dog perfectly capable of doing every single obstacle (and would if you had the in the backyard) all on his own, IF HE FEELS LIKE IT.
How fun!! And what an adorable looking boy. How old is he?
Anubis and I started agility about a month ago, and we're both absolutely loving it. She's very fast and surprisingly focused!
Watson is about to turn 3 in December…
I bet Anubis will be an agility star in no time
lisastewart last edited by
He looks like he was having a lot of fun.