UKC CH, AKC CH, MACH, RATCH
CD, PCDX, BN, RE, SC
Ph’nx is the spitting image of her father Drew and has quickly stepped into his pawprints as my faithful companion and performance basenji.
The OFA is a not-for-profit organization originally created to assist breeders in decreasing hip dysplasia. The OFA offers PUBLIC health databases/registries to assist breeders in assessing numerous other heritable concerns in their respective breeds. Reputable breeders health test and use the OFA as a means to display their progress.
To view Ph’nx’s public OFA health testing results, visit the OFA.
NOTE: Not every sinbajé test result is sent in – contact us if you have any questions
Ph’nx finished her American Championship in 2014 from the BBE class. She is my fourth bred by champion. She is also a multiple group winning UKC champion.
Ph’nx finally earned her SC and has 7 points towards her FC. Sadly she was aggressed multiple times at the 2013 National Lure Trial and stopped running with unknown competition; it will take a miracle to get her majors.
Ph’nx eared her BN in three trials, with an average score of 198 out of 200.
She earned her CD with placements. Ph’nx is not very confident on stays with other dogs so we will see if a CDX is in her future in the meantime we will play with the new preferred Open obedience class when offered.
Her debut in Preferred Open garnered a 1st place with a 193.5 and she ended up finishing her title easily.
Ph’nx finished her Master Agility Champion (MACH) title July 2016. She is the youngest basenji to earn a MACH and is my third bred-by Agility Champion. She is well on her way to her MACH2 in very limited showing.
She earned multiple all breed placements en route to her RN, RA and RE titles.
Ph’nx passed all three odors at her ORT but fell apart at her NW1 trial. She is too good to give up on so we will just take our time.
Ph’nx made breed history by becoming the first Barn Hunt Master basenji in the world. She then made breed history again becoming the first RATChampion in August 2017.