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If you are not up for the nonstop demands of a Basenji puppy, or donít want to subject your carpets to the trials of house training, not to mention the general mayhem, you might consider a young adult or an older dog. Most Basenjis adapt to a new family quite well and form a bond that is just as strong as if you had raised him/her from puppyhood. An adult dog may already be well-socialized, know some basic commands, and be past the stage when all household objects are considered chew toys. Visit the Basenji Club of America for a Rescue-Adoption contact in your area. Or ask to be put in touch with a breeder in your area--they may be looking for the perfect home for an older dog.


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