A graceful, graceful and extremely agile Basenji dog (also known as the Congo Forest Dog, Nyam Nyam Terrier, Zande Dog, the Thing from the Undergrowth) is very clean, not always easy to train at home and with proper care, practically does not have a “doggy” smell. The Basenji’s inability to bark is often considered a lack of voice, but this is not at all the case. In fact, Basenji has an amazing range of sounds that can usually be heard when a dog is happy or if you catch a pet playing mischief. The most commonly produced sound is a mixture of snorting and howling.
Descendants of guard dogs, the Basenji has a slightly different approach to this work: at the sound of impending danger, the hair on its nape and back rises, and the pet’s restless noise is heard. If not properly trained, Basenjis can become disobedient. However, they are too smart to force them to do anything, so you should not break their will. You have to be strict but fair. A patient person who is able to truly understand Basenji will be rewarded with a sweet, loving, and devoted family member who thrives on attention to himself.
These amazing dogs can cry real tears, climb trees like bears, chase birds and even wash their paws like cats.
Every owner dreams of seeing his dog healthy, active and cheerful.
And, as you know, the basis of health is proper, nutritious and balanced nutrition. Even if you buy the freshest and highest quality products, buy vitamins and mineral supplements, without a biochemical laboratory you will not be able to determine the exact nutritional value of food you cook at home. That’s why PEDIGREE® has developed a special application that will help you evaluate how the diet you feed your pet meets his needs.
Proper nutrition in the first year of a puppy’s life largely determines how healthy and joyful your puppy will be in the future. Taking care of your pet’s health, PEDIGREE® recommends a combination of dry and wet diets to take full advantage of the benefits of both. You can read more about this in the article.
– Feline graceful, active and purposeful nature
– Extremely clean and practically odorless
– Self-willed and not always well trained
Height: 40–43 cm
Age: 14-16 years old
Weight: 9-12 kg
Basenjis are independent, but don’t mind other animals they’ve happened to grow up with.
For experienced owners who can devote a lot of time and attention to this Basenji fidget and keep it busy with playing.
The Basenji is a stunningly clean dog with a smooth coat. It is enough to comb with a special brush once a week.
Conditions of detention
An African barking dog happily lives in an apartment if they play with it and walk with it for a long time.
Taking Basenji into the family, you should be ready not only for walks, but also for the need to educate your pet, inclined to stubbornness and manifestation of character. Basenji love to run, while concentrating all their attention on the surrounding smells. Therefore, when walking, cross roads carefully. And in general, try not to lose sight of your “sprinters”: Basenji are able to escape from anywhere, while developing incredible speed. If you do not raise a dog from an early age, then you will always have to lead it on a leash.