@cop635 - Please make sure that whoever you go to, you are sure to check out health testing. You can go to www.basenji.org and search by state, you can also see how to find a responsible breeder. I would say that is they are not Basenji Club of America, good chance they are not responsible breeders.
Try Dana Johnson in Georgia. Harmony Hounds. It looks like she has one male and one female left.<<<
You won't find Harmony Hounds on BCOA. Please be patient, put your name in for possible failed placements or owners decide now isn't the time. The worse that could happen is if you don't get a pup until next fall. Just taking an available dog from questionable breeders can result in a lifetime of issues. Go to OFA and you'll be impressed with the lack of testing under Dayna's kennel.
I just went to www.harmonyhounds.com and the basenji pup they show there has a black muzzle, which seems a bit strange. On the other hand, if you go to Images, there are some pictures of other Harmony Hound basenjis that appear to conform more closely to the AKC standard.
The site owner displays two certificates from www.trainpetdogs.com. Type in trainpetdog reviews and you can access https://www.sitejabber.com › Pets & Animals › Dogs › TrainPetDog and this site is an online training site that has received 60 reviews with the majority being one star.
Some old postings from 2009 on this forum appear to raise some questions on this breeder.
@b5004ever - Black muzzle is not uncommon in Basenjis, it is referred to as "masking". It fades as the pup ages. Usually found in bloodlines that carry the "Tri" gene. That said, look closely at the heads on those dogs. Compare to the heads found on the illustrated standard at www.basenji.org (https://www.basenjihe.org/BasenjiU/Judge/Study/Illustrated-Standard-2012.pdf). There are some unanswered questions if a sire was used that was known to come from a person in the West that crossed Basenjis with Fox Terriers