So many times people post pictures and ask what folks on the forum think about their dogs. Often, the most convincing in appearance turn out disappointingly to not have any Basenji blood. When you think about it, there are not likely all that many crossbreds out there. Most people with an intact Basenji bitch are not looking to cover her with anything but a purebred male, and in North America generally females are spayed because most breeders require it for pet puppies. Bitches that are showing are even less likely to be bred to something outside the breed.
Dude the Basenji - Our First Year in Competition
pacificNWbasenji last edited by
Hello forum followers, I wanted to share Dude's accomplishments in his first year. He is my first dog, and we have had a lot of fun over the year. I have posted many candid photos previously, but would like to share our accomplishments in the conformation ring! After a lot of work, training and learning how to handle and show a dog we managed to earn a few points in the Pacific Northwest!
First all-breed show, Wenatchee Kennel Club in August. Winners Dog and Best of Winners under judge Mrs. Robert D. Smith, thank you for our first point!
Back-to-back wins at our first all breed show, Winners Dog and Best of Winners under judge Gary L. Doerge!
Winners Dog, Best of Winners and Best of Breed in November at the Willamette Valley KC! Thank you judge Arlene Davis!
Winners Dog and Best of Winners on the last day of the Portland Rose City Classic cluster! Tualatin Valley Kennel Club in January. Thank you judge Mrs. Carol Spritzer!
Kebasmom last edited by
Awesome!! What a beautiful boy.
Maya last edited by
Gorgeous boy!! Congrats on your success
Janneke last edited by
What a handsome boy! And what a great first year! Congrats