Hehehe. She is a wonder. Lisa, THANK you so much for posting her.
She is changing so much. He coat/color are redding up as I type.
She is right now with Lisa. My friend and one of the folks who went to
Africa..heads up, Lisa wants to go next year..if you want to go with her, let me know.
Anyway, Lisa is about 20 minutes from my house. She had a larger, 3 mo old b that Ms W. is used to being crated with.
As my 2 b's are older, and not crated, I need Ms. W. to be able to be with them without
"issues" in my home.
So, I am missing her, but keeping her in a place she can learn basenji manners and house manners as well.
Again, these African dogs have a temperment that is totally wonderful.
I hope you all can see them at a dog show close to you.
Thanks Anette. Folks who know say she will red up, and I am so very hopeful she will be one basenji once approved who will help our dogs and the issues with health that sometime occur.
BUT I do have to tell you all, I have not been one to want a puppy. The lovely temperments of all these dogs that were brought over are just a sweet as well love b's in this country.
They are just ears back, tails wagging bundles of love. This girl, I just couldn't resist.
We are so very lucky to live in this time.
Wait until you see the photos of the VERY red ones that were also brought back.
The colors are just wonderful.
I am waiting until some photos are shared.
Thanks everyone for the kind words.
Hehehe, wait until she is accepted and they decide to have puppies with her. again, the folks who brought her over, who have the knowledge, not me…My 2 will not believe the cute little butter balls have teeth of needles.
Oh, those poor older b's..! laugh. What a shake up for them.