A blog about preservationist breeding of Azawakh, one of the world's last remaining canine landraces...
...its almost like a real house!, then Tamahan (bred by Ayad ag Intangoum in Tin Akoff, the Sahel), Tamoudit (Fasiqqi X Tiraout) Tadaksahak (now a year old, Afalkou X Batna), Bomboukou (brother of Tamoudit), then piles of sleeping puppies. And a sleeping puppies are GOOD puppies. Al hamdullilah.
sorry anyone who is reading and if I am breaking a so called "blogging rule" of any kind... ME ANDRA here - glad to see the tent and the old pc of furniture still keeping things in order... AND LOVE SEEING MY FAVOURITE BOY AILAL "going somewhere"... we in the cold and snow are very comfy.. at least the dogs are back at home all cuddled up in bed..I AM AT WORK NOW and missing NM and the group very, very much
That tent is huge. It looks much bigger from the inside than I had imagined based on the dimensions in the catalog.
Tamhan looks so much like Azelouan. Theodora looked over my shoulder and said, "Hey, is that Zel?"
Whoa, that tent is crazy! Glad to see that, if you must live in house made of nylon, at least it's a very luxurious nylon abode!
I love that image of Tadaksahak. Both him and Mahdjoub seem to be very photogenic and absolutely beautiful.
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