Learn more about basenjis and where to get one

If you want to learn more about basenjis or possibly getting a basenji puppy or and adult, we have provided a few resources on this page, including a e-book published by our club, our club’s breeder directory and some key websites.

Our Basenji Book

Learn about the basenji’s unique characteristics & discover its many endearing charms . This is for the new or prospective owner & gives insight on breed traits. Written to help promote your enjoyment of your basenji & enable you to avoid problems in training and care.

Available at  Amazon.com

Resources

Learn About Basenjis
The American Kennel Club

  • The AKC “Basenji” pages give you one stop shopping for all of your questions about basenjis.

AKC Standard of the Basenji

  • A description of what a basenji should look like, how it should move and behave.

The Basenji Club of America, Inc. 

  • Visit the Basenji University to learn all about basenjis from the national experts!

The United Kennel Club

  • The UKC is an international dog registry. It sanctions dog shows and performance events.
Look Up Pedigrees & Health Information
Basenji Club of America Health Statement

  • The basenji is a generally healthy breed with only a few signficant hereditary diseases of concern.  This statement by the AKC parent club provides an overview of the heridarty conditions that you should be aware of and ask about when getting a basenji.

The Orthopedic Foundation For Animals – OFA

  • The OFA promotes the breeding of healthy dogs. On their website, you can find out more information about health testing specific to basenjis as well as look up results for specific basenjis.

Zande Basenji Database

  • Look up the pedigree of almost any basenji registered with a kennel club

Where to Get a Basenji

We provide this listing as courtesy to the basenji breeder in our club. If you want to learn more about basenjis, interested in meeting one, or bringing one into your home, feel free to contact any one of them to discuss. Please keep in mind that the majority of basenji puppies are born in the fall or winter, so contacting breeders early is key to getting on a waiting list for a puppy.  If you are looking for an adult, some breeders have them available from time to time.  If you have trouble contacting or finding basenji breeders, please contact us.  The Basenji Club of America also provides a breeder directory that covers most of the United States.  If you are interested in adopting a basenji, Basenji Rescue and Transport (BRAT) is an organization focused on rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming basenjis.

ILLINOIS

Rick Calmelat

Rick Calmelat

Casa Noble Basenjis

15+ Years in Breed

Nothing currently available.

 

Michelle Gahgan

Michelle Gahgan

Rafikis Basenjis

25+ Years in Breed

Occasional adults available.

 

Sue Joyner

Sue Joyner

Joy-Us Basenjis

30+ Years in Breed

Nothing currently available

 

Karla Schreiber

Karla Schreiber

New World Basenjis

25+ Years in Breed

Litter planned Fall 2018

 

MINNESOTA

Kristine Hagen

Kristine Hagen

Faded Rose Basenjis

20+ Years in Breed

Nothing currently available.

 

Carrie Jones

Carrie Jones

Ankhu Basenjis

25+ Years in Breed

Nothing currently available

Sally Wuornos

Sally Wuornos

Sonbar Basenjis

45+ Years in Breed

Nothing currently available.

WISCONSIN

Laura Mae Hesse

Laura Mae Hesse

Laurel Basenjis

45+ Years in Breed

two litters planned for fall/winter 2018

Pat Wand

Pat Wand

Magic Paws Basenjis

30+ Years in Breed

MICHIGAN

Suzanne La Croix, MS PhD

Suzanne La Croix, MS PhD

Bon Mot Basenjis

25+ years in Breed

adults occasionally available to basenji-experienced homes

 

MISSOURI

Annette Muenter

Annette Muenter

Sunrise Basenjis

Litter planned for 2018

 

TEXAS

Wanda Pooley

Wanda Pooley

Adventureland Basenjis

30+ Years in Breed

No Longer Breeding

 

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Disclaimer: The Basenji Club of Southeastern Wisconsin does not recommend, guarantee, endorse, nor rate breeders, their kennels, or their stock. Individual dogs are not examined by the BCOSW. Buyers should be certain to check all matters relating to registration, health, quality, and stud agreements with the breeders, sellers, or stud owners before making any decision.

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