Ok folks that page is great and I've used it a lot in judges education too - but that page only talks about the front - from the side view - there is a very important piece that many are missing with their basenjis - and that is the front 'fill'. Look at your B facing you - is the front hollow? is it very narrow (now if it's a puppy not too bad) Way too many B's out there have what we call 'Cathedral Fronts' meaning you could fit a church and steeple between their front legs - not visually appealing and not functional. Many times it comes with a 'front unit' set too far forward. Which again - is not functional for the breeds purpose and will impact the side gait and likely the coming at you movement in the down and back.
With too little fill - animal may toe in or cross over in the front and with to much fill - elbows will be out and you may see some paddling.
Just another tidbit for those looking for information
Thanks for the info. So much to learn….:D Info like this would be great in a sticky. I haven't found it through reading, yet.