NOTE: The B.C.O.C. Rescue Program Does NOT BUY Dogs.
NATIONAL RESCUE CO-ORDINATOR: JENNIFER
MISSION: The Mission of the B.C.O.C. Rescue Program is dedicated to helping any (purebred) Basenjis in need. Which means:
1. Effecting a release of a purebred Basenji from a pound, shelter, or any unhealthy environment.
2. Accepting Basenjis which may be turned over to the B.C.O.C. Rescue Program by their owners.
3. Accepting Basenjis into the B.C.O.C. Rescue Program by people who have found them.
4. Assisting anyone who contacts the B.C.O.C. Rescue Program because of Behavioral Problems: we try to help by giving advice, conducting home visits, suggesting alternatives, or just providing support until an improvement of the situation. It should be noted that all B.C.O.C. members are asked to help find homes for any rescued Basenji which enters the B.C.O.C. Rescue Program.
What the B.C.O.C. Rescue Program looks for in adoptive homes: The B.C.O.C. Rescue Program looks for *FOREVER HOMES* where these Basenjis can live out their lives surrounded by caring owners who understand them and where they will be loved and pampered companions. It should be noted that, fortunately, most Canadian Breeders take back unwanted dogs which they have bred, or will find them new homes.
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