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posted in Member Introductions read more

@redial Thanks so much for your email and advice Len. Great tips that Im going to take on board. The gatorade (or gastrolyte) cubes is a clever idea. Will keep you posted as to how I go. Many thanks again Len.

Alison
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Sally sure is a cutie! I'm interested to know how she travels. Will you be flying from Thailand? And I guess she'll go in animal freight. I'll be living in Macedonia next year for a few years and want to take Pippi with me but not sure how she will go with the long flight from Sydney to Europe. Any thoughts from yourself (or others here). Best wishes and safe travels with Sally. 🐾

posted in Forum News & Help read more

Same here bcorr92. Toby is a very beautiful dog. Here in Australia we can't have pets in cabins, but I have seen rather large cat crates in the cabins in both Germany and Russia when flying there. Best of luck and I hope things turn out well for Toby.
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Alison

posted in Show Off Your Dog read more

@zande
Hi Zande, Pippi is already listed on your database. And I did send you a pic, but I didn't get around to sending you the photos of parents as requested.

Alison
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posted in Show Off Your Dog read more

It's Pippi's birthday today🎊🎉🎁 (Cotterpin Sweet Child O Mine!) Born in 2015 to Ch.Zanzipow Eskimo Joe (S) and Ch. Zandeena Kiss Me or Not (D), and bred by Ms. C A Whinn.

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Not sure why people have so much trouble. Just make the image a small size, do the normal <browse file> then upload.

Most iPhone and camera images have file sizes around 3000px. You need to go into your photo software (Adobe, Affinity, etc) and reduce the file size to around 200px or 300px at most. I post mine at about 200px.

The left hand box reads the upload in html code but the actual post will show the correct image. Remember, keep the file size small.

Please do this Chenke so that we can see your adorable pooch, Teki.
Alison
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posted in Behavioral Issues read more

Yes, my girl is aggressive to many dogs. She seems to pick and choose who she likes and who she doesn't. There have been previous posts here about Basenji aggressiveness - see if you can scroll through and read them. My girl started getting aggressive from age three onward. We just have a firm leash, and don't stop too often to meet and greet. Like many other dog types if we let her off the leash at the dog beach she's not aggressive at all. We don't have squirrels in Australia, but my girl sure does love hunting ducks and parrots. Go figure!!
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posted in Basenji Talk read more

Yes, same with our Pippi, however it's the legs and feet in our case, not so much the head. I think I have the cleanest feet this side of the stump. She licks them until they're sparkling.
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posted in Basenji Feeding read more

Yummmm CrazyDaisy, Im coming over to your place for dinner. Sounds delicious.

I don't feed my B any grains (nor myself for that matter). She chews grass sometimes when we go walking, self-medicating I guess. But that's the nearest she gets to grains!!
Alison
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posted in Off Topic read more

@pazgawrych Why would you boil the chicken? I just give chicken to my girl raw. She'll do anything for chicken, even behave...sometimes! 🙄


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