Blue and creme basenjis

Earliest first


1939
 
Amadeus & Prince Charming
{Cream Males} (England) 23 Nov 1939
     (
Kwango of the Congo x Koo Koo of the Congo)


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1957

Here's an "Of Sin" Basenji ad (Diana Berry - UK) from January 1957.
The dogs pictured are Crack of Sin (tri) - (Kunetown Kapers x Chip of Sin)  and Fair Princess of Sin (Fairy King of Sin x Chit of Sin). The ad also features
an unidentified cream female (at least I'm pretty sure it is a female!)...  The ad further indicates that My Son My Son of Sin - a "recessive cream chestnut"
is available at stud (this dog was sired by Kunetown Kapers and out of Hi-He of Sin)....

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1963

A 1963 ad showing two blue/white Basenjis - Morning Mist of Sin and May Morning of Sin, and offering the
blue and white male, "Blue Horizon of Sin" at stud. Note, again, the lack of nose and eye-rim pigment,
although these kidz appear to have more pigment than the cream pups, above.
 

Article on Cream Basenjis - June 1979
Reprinted from The Basenji
Volume XVI Number 6 June 1979 p. 2
Copyright 1979 The Basenji, All Rights Reserved
Used with permission.


First I would like to say how very much I enjoyed Russell Brown's article in the April issue of THE BASEN-
JI, "Hereditary Disorders of the Basenji". It was written so that all could understand, avoiding both unnecessary
technical terms and any scaremongering. This is exactly the ideal sort of article we need, in my opinion, when any
Basenji health problems unfortunately present themselves.
Having written about cream Basenjis, and why among the original dogs they were the only color we felt
should be carefully avoided. I think this photo of a cream will be interesting as prob-
ably very few of the present day owners have ever seen a cream in the flesh or in a
photo. I do not know the name of the bitch nor her breeding very undesirable feature
of a pink nose, pink lips, and pig-like pink eye-rims. The eyes were a very curious
green-yellow. In fact it was very reminiscent of the albino kangaroo In the London Zoo
at that time. Creams were known from among the very first Basenjis, Bongo of Blean
having sired creams and Bokoto of Blean having produced them, but Bereke of Blean
never to my knowledge had any creams. Mrs. Burn herself was adamant that they were
very undesirable, and they always went to pet homes without pedigrees and with as-
surances that they would never be bred from. It is possibly from these creams that we
get the rather washy noses in the reds, though with time these are becoming much more rare.
There was never any malice or ill-will over the banning of creams. We all used to say that if only they had
black noses, dark eyes and dark eye-rims, they would have been a most attractive and welcome color in the
breed, and I am sure would have become very popular. But their semi-albino points made their inclusion out of the question.

Veronica Tudor-Wllllams
East Molesey, Surrey, England

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 1994
Klassic Gebeep Hakuna Matata was a brindle female with steel blue stripes
born 19. November 1994
(Klassic's Eye of the Tiger (brindle) x Baruh's Jessica Hahnd)
No photos of this female, who had one litter sired by Sonbar's Magic Leonardo, also brindle and the litter born 1999, 3 puppies, all brindles


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 1997

Avongara Siri of Brushy Run
(Avongara Adabu x Avongara Diari of Jamadi)
Breeder Beverly Bland - born 19. January 1997 - color Cream and white
(Breeder tried to register her as blue-fawn and white but AKC did not have that option for Basenjis)


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2009

Nocturnals Sabir
     CKC registered - blue brindle male with blue gene carrier

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2011

Blue Creme brindle

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2014


Creme with some blue brindle markings

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Present breeeder of creme and blue
Nocturnal kennels owned by  Sarah Bullman Lee  USA - litters bred 2009, 2011, 2014  -
 

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