Monday, February 20, 2012

New Available BRATs: Tashja, Josie, and Zoie

Name: Tashja
Dog state: Illinois
DOB: 2003
Gender: Female
Color: Red & white
Weight: 25

Tashja was recently rescued from a home that she shared with many other Basenjis. She is currently living at a kennel and enjoys her frequent visits from her rescue coordinator. She greets her special visitor with tail wags and kisses, and her baroos indicate that she has all sorts of feelings she wants to communicate. Tashja is very clean and never messes in the indoor portion of her run. She does not chew on or shred her bedding. This girl is ready to have a real home where she can love and be spoiled as she deserves.

Click HERE to learn more about Tashja!

Name: Josie
Dog state: Michigan
DOB: 12/23/2009
Gender: Female
Color: Brindle
Weight: 25

Introducing Josie (but no pussycats)! Josie is a really cool basenji girl. She is absolutely beautiful and has amazing personality. She loves her people and enjoys exploring EVERYTHING! This little rock-star diva is very curious. Care should be taken around open doors. If you are an active person, Josie will make a great walking or running companion. She is active and as a young basenji, will need activities in place to keep her in top shape!

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Name: Zoie
Dog state: Michigan
DOB: 9/4/2003
Gender: Female
Color: Tricolor
Weight: 20

Zoie is a real go getter! This little "pistol" is a bundle of energy looking for a home and family to keep her busy! She is very curious and enjoys exploring. She is very sweet and loves to give kisses. Oh yes ... she's a kisser! Zoie is very playful too. She is selective about her canine companions, but she loves to play with her people and toys. If you are a family who enjoys the outdoors, Zoie is for YOU! She would make a great hiking or running companion. She is also non-destructive, crate and house trained. 

Click HERE to learn more about Zoie!
Find a Basenji that is just right for your home! Please visit our main BRAT page for more available rescues.

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