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Thread: Hello all dog lovers, Couple of Questions!!!!

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    Scrollin through that site you gave me beloz.

    We both like the basenji. but where would i get one in australia as a puppy????

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    My mate has 2 Basenjis (and someone to do with them is a breeder) and while they are gorgeous little dogs, even she calls them Hell Hounds LOL!

    I am not posting that from any experience. I dont know what they are like to own though I have heard they arent really for beginners (Dont know how true it is)

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    Sometimes dog hair allergies are actually allergies to the dander (skin flakes) rather than the hair. This neds to be tested and confirmed before a siutable pet is found.

    However if you just want a breed that doesn't shed much as you don't like hair everywhere that is much easier. Be wary of the "low" or "non" shedding crossbreds such as poodle crosses, as the coats are highly variable and some of them shed like absolute demons.

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    I knew a basinji when I was a kid, fantastic little dog full of beans personality, they are pariah type dogs though so have a very strong independant nature and thought process, very intelligent dogs. Not unlike a dingo.
    If you find yourself going through hell; Don't stay. Just keep on going.
    Beau.

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    Hate to say it but I am with the other here with the Puddle to.
    No not a spelling error I done it cause I just can't put down the real way to spell them.

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    If you don't like the look of a poodle, consider a Bichon Frise. They have a non-shedding, non-allergenic coat and are much cuter than a poodle in my humble opinion.


    like a rolling thunder chasing the wind...

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    Clip a poodle off all over (including ears) they look like a cute-muttley. I have a friend with a orange standard poodle (that is what he calls it) and it gets a full trim and looks great. Not the regular poodle look at all.

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    Or go the other way and let em get all dreadlocky (not actually mats but longer and shaggier), they look cute like that

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    This is my boy clipped off... I still leave a bit of length on top but you can take all that off as well.
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    Look at a Staffordshire Bull Terrier! Small compact dog that loves nothing more than walks cuddles and spending time with the family!

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