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They're looking for the right home !
Although Basenjis usually come into season only once a year (in the fall), it's never too early to start interviewing breeders, for this year or next. You may have to travel a bit and, when you find a breeder you like, be prepared to wait for your puppy. Basenjis bred in the fall will deliver their puppies in late fall, early winter. The pups won't be ready to leave their mom and litter mates until they are at least eight weeks old and have their first set of shots. But your research and patience will pay off. The link above, Screening Breeders, will give you pointers on what to look for in a breeder and questions to ask.


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