Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Mary Lou Kenworthy ; full-color photographs, illustrations by Michele Earle-Bridges.|
|LC Classifications||SF429.B15 K46 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005053029|
The book is perfect for children and adults who love Basenjis and appreciate books that are nicely illustrated. The illustrations in this book are wonderfully executed watercolors. The story and the art work go hand in hand very well in this beautiful and fun children's book/5(40). The author owned many basenjis, and knew about as much as I did after a few minutes of google searching the basenji. Check out My Smart Puppy, its a general book but its the only thing that I can say relates to, and has helped me with my basenji, Simone. Read more. 3 people found this helpful/5(5). Basenji information including personality, history, grooming, pictures, videos, and the AKC breed standard. The Basenji, Africa’s “Barkless Dog,” is a compact, sweet-faced hunter of Temperament: Independent, Smart, Poised. Basenjis were imported to England in the ’s, then to America. They increased in popularity after being featured as the title character of a popular ’s book and movie, “Goodbye, My Lady”. Some Basenjis from Africa were imported in the ’s, widening the gene pool and introducing the brindle color to the breed. Size.
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. The name “Basenji,” meaning “bush thing,” was chosen. The early imports attracted much attention, and soon after dogs were brought to America. The breed’s popularity as a pet grew modestly but steadily. In the s, a surge of popularity occurred as a result of a book and movie featuring a Basenji. Basenji Club of America, Year Book , BCOA. Basenji Club of New South Wales, Basenjis in Australiasia, photos and pedigrees from in three volumes but soon to go onto CD. Bickering, B, and Brach, R. J., The Barkless Dog: A Handbook for the Basenji Owner, Exposition Press, 38 pages. Camino Books Inc., Basenjis are not the famous type. The African breed rarely gets featured in films or in works of literature. However, in the s, the breed started to gain good publicity after author James H. Street published a novel entitled “Goodbye, My Lady.”.
BASENJIS MENTIONED IN BOOKS, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS AND RESEARCH: A DOGS LIFE--LIFE MAGAZINE (Basenji pictured with fan).. THE AFRICAN GIANT by Stuart Cloete (mentions Basenjis).. ALL ABOUT DOGS by Carol Burger, ALL COLOUR BOOK OF DOGS by Wendy Boorer. Published by Octopus Books Limited, London, England, in Basenji Park, Mechanicsburg, PA. likes. Basenji Park. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a ers: About this Item: Exposition~Banner Book; Exposition Press, New York * * * * *, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Susie NELSON, Ph.D., Illustrated by. (illustrator). Book: Very Good/, $ the BARKLESS DOG: a HANDBOOK for the BASENJI OWNER + Several Newspaper Articles On This Subject And A Post Card And A Signed Letter From Thomas A. Bodden . What are the new African Basenjis, and why are they important? The American Kennel Club agreed to open the basenji stud book in , allowing the registration of native dogs imported from Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo) in and The argument to open the stud book was given in a presentation by the Basenji Club of America.