Normally a dog's immune system keeps the mites in check, but some breeds, like your Basenji, develop an overabundance of these mites. In mild cases, pet owners may notice a few dry, irritated, hairless lesions. These often occur on the face or feet and may or may not be itchy. Secondary skin infections may occur.
But comedy aside, dog boots perform a necessary function Boots protect your dog's sensitive paws from the ice and snow as well as other cold-weather hazards such as road chemicals and salt. Read on for the benefits of boots, and get some great tips for getting your dog to wear boots
Hi from MI
Hello everyone, my name is Melody I live in Ann Arbor MI with my partner of 5 years Joan my 3 Basenji's and her 3 Beagles.
We have one of each raised from puppies and the other 4 are adopted rescues. This is what we have decided to do, adopt the older ones that have less chance of getting homes and let them live out their lives in style!
I'm a dog groomer and groom out of my home three afternoons a week. I spend my days studying and training our dogs. We love camping, swimming and hiking!
I'm interested in getting Sukeena into lure coursing and would love to meet someone in or near MI that does it so I could tag along and check it out!
I'll post pics soon, great forum!
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Hi Melody! Welcome to Basenji Forums!
If you have any photos of your Basenji(s) It would be great if you can post them in the Show Off Your Dog thread. Please also browse through the introductions of other new members and say hi.
Let us know if you need help posting your photos or have any other questions about getting around these forums.
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