Living in Greece

how/where do i start to look for the nearest to Greece breeder?
i know the pet shops here can find Basenji in Hungary,
but i know i should get in contact directly with the breeder
than through a pet shop.

Have you tried talking to the other Grecian forum member and seeing where she got her dog ?? I don't know many breeders with in Greece, but there are certainly quite a few in CZ and DE, Sweden, Finland etc.

@Schouiffy:

Have you tried talking to the other Grecian forum member and seeing where she got her dog ?? I don't know many breeders with in Greece, but there are certainly quite a few in CZ and DE, Sweden, Finland etc.

I think the other Grecian member got her pup from Mutabaruga, Germany. If you want to look up breeders, you can search the sites of the basenji clubs.
Like: http://bkb.basenji.info/en/index.html and http://www.basenji-klub.de/

Houston

thank you all for your help,
great news that there is another Greek member in the forum,
just hope to get in contact with and find more info.

@anmus:

thank you all for your help,
great news that there is another Greek member in the forum,
just hope to get in contact with and find more info.

The other Greek member's username is Thana. I have a half sister to their dog Mr Eko from kennel Mutabaruga in Germany.

there is also a basenji bred in Italy living in Greece, I believe from Anubi Enigma kennel.

I have found my B breeder (!!!).
I am now in the waiting list (!!!).
It's really very hard to wait,
but it's really worth it.
Thank you all for your help.

great ! congrats 😃
waiting is hard but we say also it is worth to wait 🙂
Can you tell me which breeders is of your choice?

@ibi_n_sane:

great ! congrats 😃
waiting is hard but we say also it is worth to wait 🙂
Can you tell me which breeders is of your choice?

Asthenia Basenji
CZ

ah very nice !!! 🙂 keep us posted on the pup 🙂
as, when I am not mistaken, you will get a grandson or granddaughter to my Jenson 😃

Houston

Good for you, now the wait..

That's good news:D I hope the time flies by for you.

While you wait you can get the house ready for the new baby. Do you have the name yet?

Rita Jean

Yes Rita,
i have work to do in the house,
i have to make a wooden box for my cat's "toilet"
and another wooden box for my cat's food,
make sure the electric wires will be safe (not to be chewed),
find the right place for the crate and the puppy's "toilet", etc.
As for the name, we have started a family contest to find the right one,
but most probably, we will name it upon the puppy's arrival.
I have spoken with the vet, so he will start his "homework" about Bs.
Even with all these, time seems to looong to wait…

I do so hope your wait goes very quickly for you. I still every day find something I need to do to keep Jaycee out of it. We got her in March and she shows me something everyday. I can hardly wait to see what is going to happen with the Christmas tree. Our 15 year old cat always goes under tree to sleep the second it is up not to sure that is going to work this year.
We had the crate in the kitchen when we first brought Jaycee home but after first few nights we could see that did not work she just cried. My husband even slept on sofa with her crazy. We put the crate in our bedroom that worked. She has a little stuffed toy we got for her the day we came home and we called it her baby buddy so at night when its time to go to bed we tell her go get baby buddy night night time.
I am very happy for you and your family so much fun ahead. I do so look forward to the name and pictures. Keep us posted on all new updates please.

Rita Jean

Rita Jean, Chirstmas time is always a struggle for me with my fur kids. Mine would chew the wires to the lights. We also used to run a little electric train around the tree. My fur kids figured out how to turn the darn thing on when we weren't home. We came home and the train was set at top speed and had derailed around the curve. So my hubbie built a lattice work fence to go around the tree. It now looks like I have an outdoor tree inside my house. and the dogs can't chew the lights or mess w/the presents.

Hi, glad you have found a breeder, we too are waiting for a Pup.
Just got back from Kefalonia, what a lovely place.

@GenJMar:

Rita Jean, Chirstmas time is always a struggle for me with my fur kids. Mine would chew the wires to the lights. We also used to run a little electric train around the tree. My fur kids figured out how to turn the darn thing on when we weren't home. We came home and the train was set at top speed and had derailed around the curve. So my hubbie built a lattice work fence to go around the tree. It now looks like I have an outdoor tree inside my house. and the dogs can't chew the lights or mess w/the presents.

Mine never bothered the tree or the lights. One year, out of the blue, they opened all the presents in the middle of the night:D Now we don't put them around the tree until Christmas morning. We get a quick picture of the tree but it seems the same picture every year….tree, presents, lights, and 2 dogs under the tree sniffing the packages looking for the perfect gift to open immediately.

Houston

Well, I haven't had abasenji for christmas yet, this year will be the first, but I hada Westie that just loved, loved, loved it when you brought the woods in for him to pee on, "wonderful, I don't even have to go out..thanks guys!" that was truly his face every year. A few years ago, when my daughter was a cute 4 yrs old we decided to make gingerbread cookie ornaments, brilliant we thought and oh, so quaint…Bogus (the Westie) couldn't believe his luck, he actually scaled the christmas tree in search for all the cookies, to the point of toppling it over on top of himself...all this after midnight, when you are sound asleep, waiting for the perfect chirstmas morning to arrive.. Well shame on me for wanting a pretty tree..he taught me to not hang cookies out, Otis have taught me and the kids, and my hubby not to leave paper out or plastic bags or towels or food........

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