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Pat Fragassi

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@OmegaTandy - Too much or sometime bathing at all can make more dandruff.... If you change foods, it can take up to 3 or 4 months for the body to adjust.... I would not be too concerned... and I can tell you that after bathing my Basenjis (only before shows) this totally brings out the dander... also at that age, they are starting teething.... and that in itself can be stressful......

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@OmegaTandy - is this a change in food or the same as what the breeder was feeding?

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@okimelman - I would agree that there is Basenji there.....

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@OmegaTandy - Age? What are you feeding? Food is the likely cause, however stress can produce dander.

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@drew82 Guess we will have to agree to disagree on the point of lion hunting

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Basenjis do not hunt lions.... they hunt small game

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@puppymama3537 - Very cute, but don't see Basenji

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These are all questions that should have been asked/responded to by the breeder? How old is she?

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@drew82 Go to http://www.pedigrees.zandebasenjis.com/search.html and put in the sire and dam... you can find the pedigrees...

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@drew82 Very cute pup... however from a responsible this pup would not go to a new home until at least 10wks... and in many states to place a pup under 8wks is not legal. This is a BYB breeder, not a responsible breeder... nice to know however that one of the sire/dam's have been cleared at least for Fanconi.... one of the reasons you have having problems with mouthing.. is that this pup and the rest were removed from the litter way too soon for our breed.... so you need to take that into account... and remember that physical punishing in our breed do not work... it works to your disadvantage. Lucky however that DNA was done on at least one... and if clear, you should be OK for Fanconi.