Just wanted to jump in to agree with everybody else- keep Baroo and Oba separated at mealtimes for now, otherwise the risk of resource-guarding/fights over food is very high. Maybe once Oba has settled in and knows the house rules, and where she fits into the family, you can start thinking about changing the eating arrangements.
I also wanted to add to remember to give Baroo his own special time alone with you, and if necessary, some time where Oba isn't bugging him. I think it'll help him through the process of accepting a new member into the pack.
Is this the same basenji that you're having problems with?
If so, you might find it difficult to rehome him and I hope you're going to inform his new owners about his behaviour problems…
Would you consider keeping Duke and working through his issues? It sounds like he would greatly benefit from some obedience training and exercise, and a consult with a behaviorist would help address his stranger-aggression.
Thanks everyone- I absolutely adore my furkids. They aren't too big, thank goodness- still small enough to both fit on the bed LOL
Basil looks a lot wiser than he acts, I think He's a real character- my partner says he's actually a little horror disguised as an angel. Lucky for him he looks so cute!
Pocket's a real mongrel- a greyhound/ridgeback/lab/staffy cross. I got her as a pup from a BYB before I knew better. Her full name is actually Pocket Rocket- named because she was the runt of the litter and can run like the wind :).