i think she qualifies as a basenji, she sings, she pulls on her leash, she understands everything we say, she has an attitude. shes also got the white on the end of her tail and look at those huge ears. im trying to post another photo… it keeps telling me my file is too big. i cant make it any smaller, grrr
thanks for all the feedback you guys. im sure she is mostly basenji from the sounds that come out of her, she also has the white on her tail, the wrinkled forehead, and the attitude. when around other dogs, shes a control freak, and gets them all to chase her in a big circle, noone is faster than her. she also loves to leap like a deer. here she is with our cat stanley
Thanks, I have 2 kids in the Bay area. We love our Miss Dixie, she is my soulmate. She yodels too, she makes the funniest sounds a dog has ever made. We take her to the dog park here, and her routine is to round up all the dogs and get them chasing her, and she is always in the lead, in a big running circle. She makes this growly sound and people think shes being mean to the other dogs, i just tell them shes a basenji, they make alot of weird sounds. She is also super smart of course, but try to teach her a trick, she has no interest. Does that sound like a basenji? thanks again, Debbi
Hi, we got Dixie from a shelter a few years ago. We arent sure if she is full basenji or mix, but sure she is mostly basenji. any one have any clues? she sings, but also barks if she needs to. she has a long tail, which doesnt look typical, so i am attaching a photo of her. thanks for any input.