has enjoyed being one of the few basenjis in the area. (It really just means he gets extra attention at the vet)
I hope this doesn't mean he has had to spend time at the vet's office ? Apart, of course from the initial visit you will have made for a total health check on the new puppy (as all new owners do (I HOPE !) regardless of the health certificate they should have obtained from the breeder).
And I would always prefer a vet who was 'Basenji experienced' to one who saw few of our breed. The more Basenjis on a vet's books the better. I have trained my vets over the past 40 years and am therefore confident that, whatever goes wrong, they will be on the ball !
As you have your vet to yourself - Basenji-wise - start to get him reading all about the breed and train him for future Basenjis along the way !