Len aka Redial
I have had Basenjis since 1973, and done the apprenticeships of handling, showing, stewarding, and since 1990 judging hounds. I have four at home, one of each colour, and two boys and two girls. I am no longer breeding, but I have learnt a lot from my Bs.
Her tail is what it is, I have had one that was similar. She looks a mix, but really good. I hope you have got on top of the parasites, and guard against Heartworm - which can kill a dog. It is not a regular worm preventative, but a special Heartworm preventative. It takes a while to kick in, the preventative, that is, so start early and keep it going once a month. She will exert her personality as she grows with you.
Get in touch with Zande, apart from her world wide register of pups, she might have a few names of breeders that you may contact. It would be a good time to start looking as the pups are born around December, and you may like to put your name down. First name down, can get best dressed!
Get in touch with a local club, or the national association of Basenjis. Then look wider in the national canine association, for leads of breeders. Basenjis are usually born around Christmas in the northern hemisphere, and six months earlier in the southern hemisphere. You need to put your name with a reputable breeder, and hope that a male is born in the next litter. It is not something you can predict. However, you can sometimes get a retired showdog, or a dog that has been returned. Keep trying