to be honest, she did not jump from the bench to the table as the gap seemed to be too dangerous for her…. well..... She is and was my personal "Mexican jumping bean" but she does not jump for distances only for hight.... but this is what she does really good. Almost one Year old she jumps about 1,60 m at least she can get to the hight of my ears, while I am standing....
I would go and see the vet asap. And if you wash him I would first try pure water, no shampoo. If he has a contact allergic reaction, you need to get off whatever it is off his body. This would be done by clear water…..
Vomit yellow liquid with little foam seems to be "empty stomach" to me. Sh*** like this always happens on a weekend!
Fingers are crossed!
Yes, they are Azawakh and I have to admit, that I am 100% sure, that one of them will join our pack one day! They are soooo Basenji…. but they do have high protection skills and are quite territorial as well.
But we were also joined by 2 big poodles, 2 Podenco (mixes), 1 maybe Azawakh-mix and of course Vega as a representative for Galgo Espanol. Oh, and I do not want to "hide" the Labrador....
@ Janneke: In case you would like to know more about the various breeders, let me know, I might be able to refer you to somebody who is really into the breed and knows almost all the breeders and their dogs. She is the breed representative in the German Sighthound Assc. and is always very happy to help "Newbies".....
We visited some friends who spent their hollidays at the isle of Roemoe. They did bring their own "bunny in a suitcase" and we had a little free coursing at the beach. Lots of non-Basenjis and only one little Panda to have fun with all those long legged dogs… http://www.seelenfreund.dk/gallery/index.html#63.0
Actually I have bought the muzzles in Austria at that shop: http://www.sofahund.at
And yes, the dogs can open their mouths while running. This is the reason why I searched to find these muzzles. They also have the plastic-coated wire muzzles with the wire across the head.