A blog about preservationist breeding of Azawakh, one of the world's last remaining canine landraces...
...ak Domiko (Sheshonq Idiiyat-es-Sahel X Afsoon Idiiyat-es-Sahel), bred by Doug Koger (Domiko Sighthounds, Miami, FL). T'naasheet (now four and a half months old...thanks Ali for the correction!) is the direct maternal descendant of my first taidit Al-Hara's Tarada (daughter of Gabriele Meissen's Al-Hara's Jaba, al hamdullilah). Tarada whelped only one litter of which only her daughters Jana and Chenna (X Safouan) bred forward (of the taidit). Jana's daughter Iman is the dam of T'naasheet's dam Afsoon, the result of a maternal half-brother/sister mating (Kaisoon Al-Ifriqiya [Safouan Al-Ifriqiya X Jana] X Iman Al-Ifriqiya [Kel Tarbanassen Firhoun X Jana]). I am very grateful to Doug for breeding Afsoon to Sheshonq. So far, T'naasheet reminds very much, in both type and character, of her grand-dam Iman. Al hamdullilah.
Posted by azawakh place at Thursday, December 25, 2008
Labels: Azawakh, Tuareg, Africa azawakh, burkina faso, desert, dogs, images, mali, niger, peul, sahel, tuareg
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Wow, she is beautiful! I love her coloring and the expression on her face!
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