I'd love to show you some pictures - how do I get them to post here? When I try, it says the size is too big, and I can't figure out how to resize.
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RE: B mix
I have a Basenji/Dachshund mix that we adopted from the local rescue league last fall. Should I have her tested for Fanconi? With her being a mix, I'm not sure how concerned I should be about Fanconi. My vet didn't mention it at her last visit, but she might not be very familiar with Basenji's. Any advice or information would be appreciated.
RE: Basenjis and cats – Prey or Friends?
We brought our Basenji/Dachshund mix home to three cats. Two are older adult cats who have never really appreciated my desire to have a dog around. They tolerate Corky as long as she doesn't chase them. If Corky forgets, they very quickly remind her that chasing won't be tolerated. Our kitten has always loved anyone/everyone who will play with her, and seems to enjoy wrestling with the dog. I occasionally have to break them up if the dog gets too rough, but the cat will initiate the wrestling/chasing matches as often as the dog. I still work with Corky to help her to remain calm around the cats, but that's not always easy with the kitten jumping on her and gnawing on her ear.
RE: Sam discovers his voice!
I have a Basenji/Terrier mix, and she yodels AND barks - sometimes at the same time. I had no idea what that noise could be the first time I heard her baroo. She's usually pretty quiet, but she has quite a repertoire of noises that she'll share with us if she finds a reason.
RE: Basenji mix?
Here are a couple of pictures (I hope). She definitely has ears more like a Rat Terrier, and she's a little short to be pure Basenji.
We recently adopted what the rescue league labeled a Terrier/Dachshund mix. I wondered about the curly tail and wrinkled forehead, since they aren't traits of either, but she was very sweet and a good size - not too big, but not a tiny lap dog, either. After a day or so, I realized Corky was unlike any other dog I've owned. Although she's VERY intelligent (she takes maybe a day or two to learn a new command, as long as there's treats involved), she's anything but obedient. She's also very independent, and extremely energetic. I was curious about what breed she could be, so I started searching the internet. I'm pretty sure now that Corky is some type of Basenji mix (probably mixed with Dachshund and/or Rat Terrier). Since alot of her personality seems to come from the Basenji part of her, I'm hoping to find some helpful hints here. Whatever her "heritage", she is one of the most fun, rewarding challenges I've ever had.