DOG STATE: South Carolina
COLOR: Red & white
Miley is a petite and beautiful Basenji girl who is barely 20 pounds. Her tail doesn't curl as tightly as some Basenjis, but that doesn't bother her. She's a warm, delightful, and playful pup. All she wants out of life is to play, play, play! She loves the routine she currently has, and really needs the routine to help her stay potty trained. She also loves food... all food. At night, she needs some time to get settled down (maybe by playing with another resident dog). Miley is looking for a home with lots of love, the ability to stick to a routine, and an active doggy friend for company.
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DOG STATE: Iowa
COLOR: Red and white
Kinja is a sweet, inquisitive 12-year-old female basenji looking for a new forever home. She is quite friendly, calm, and yet youthful for her adult age. Kinja loves people and would do well as an only dog with dog-savvy older children (ages 15 and up). She would love to have a family that could spend time with her. Kinja likes to window watch and go for walks. A fenced yard would be great for her to run around in, but daily exercise can be sufficient for her. As a typical basenji, Kinja is very curious and likes to check out bags/purses. Tissues and paper are still favorite items for her. Although she is not generally destructive, some plastic items may be tempting for her to chew but providing doggie toys/bones will deter her. She can be trusted in the home alone (as she is not crate trained).
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DOG STATE: Texas
COLOR: Red and white
Chili is a lovely, 7-month-old, red & white Basenji girl, well socialized with people and other dogs. She is high energy, very playful, and loves to get into trouble by counter surfing, stealing socks, shredding paper, and running amok. When she tires herself out, she seeks the companionship of another dog or would love to occupy your lap where you can give her your undivided attention. Her favorite thing to do is look for a couple of other pups in her foster home and climb on top of them and sleep wedged in between. (However, if they move, she scolds them by snarling and snapping, the nerve of them!) While older dogs do not appreciate this diva, younger male puppies have learned how to get along with her and play every waking minute when they aren’t chasing birds or squirrels or eating.
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Don't forget to check out Pam and Debbi's latest update on the Wimauma Pack, as well as stories of other Basenjis in need on the main BRAT page!