After many years with Arabian horses, sisters Pam Geoffroy and Sheila Lund became involved with basenjis in 1993. The establishment is small and personal with an emphasis on producing happy, healthy basenjis who are suitable for pets, show or performance dogs.
You can meet the Eldorado Basenji sisters at one of the many dog shows in New England, always at the annual Basenji Club of America National Specialty or at our home by appointment.
In 2008, we began to co-breed with Susan Coe who has been known for her Akuaba Basenjis since 1970. She has retired to Australia and keeps her hand in with our combined efforts.
In 2009 the magazine "The Basenji" interviewed Pam and Sheila for the Meet the Breeders series. Click here to read the interview in PDF format.
We are just a few miles off of Interstate-95, south of Boston and north of Providence, Rhode Island in North Attleboro, Massachusetts.
Telephone us at 508-695-6573
Email us at Pam@EldoradoBasenji.com
Do contact us to make an appointment to visit our dogs and for directions.
Basenjis in the northern hemisphere all tend to have puppies at the same time, once a year in the winter. Some pups leave at about 9-10 weeks old and others stay a bit longer before we are ready to let them go. Additionally there are sometimes adult basenjis available to those who don't have the time or inclination to raise a baby puppy. Yes, we do have pet puppies and even show puppies from time to time. Whatever your needs, we will be happy to discuss our prospects with you.
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Click to see Adults Available
If you are interested in a puppy, an adult or just want to learn about our favorite breed of dog, start by completing our Questionaire at this link.
Here are a few links which you may find useful in your efforts to learn about basenjis.
OFA — Lists all the health test results for all breeds at this website. This is the official site for finding out if a dog has been tested for hip dysplasia, eye problems, Fanconi syndrome, etc. It isn't enough to say one's dogs are tested. The results should be publicly listed here.
The Basenji University — A great deal of information about the basenji from living with one to the standard and to breed history.
The Basenji Club of America — The website of the national breed club
Screening Breeders — The Basenji Club's recommendations for finding a good breeder.
The African Stock Project — Learn about all the basenjis ever imported from Africa
"Reflections" — This is an interesting article about the 1990 registered African Foundation Stock. It appeared in the BCOA newsletter:
The Basenji — The breed magazine
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