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Bungou stray dogs storm bringer.

Ankole-Ngemi dog

Bark for the deaf.

Puppy on the brink.

Barking is so overrated.

The new breed of dog called an ankole-ngemi-dog is going through the most stressful time in its long and tortuous life – the pregnancy. The male dog will bark to express his excitement and anxiety. A female in heat will bark when she is ready for a male to come into her heat. A male that successfully mated with a female in heat is ready to mate agn in the next 2 to 4 hours.

We have been hearing these barkers since March this year. We are on the brink of a new dog species being born. It is the first new species of dog in over 4500 years. If the dog becomes popular and survives to adulthood the name “ankole-ngemi-dog” will live in history books. It’s a very important time for this dog’s species. The most important question being answered is: how long can this dog make it?

The history of dogs as pets is a frly brief history. Dogs were domesticated in Egypt between 10,000 to 40,000 years ago. Most probably were brought from the Asian continent. Over the last few decades, a new breed of dog has been bred in African countries such as Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal and Ghana. Their characteristics make them very useful in breeding dogs for hunting. An aggressive dog with a long spine and wide shoulders is used in breeding.

This is the new breed of dog we are seeing in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. It has the long spine, wider shoulders and wide jaws that make them good hunting dogs. But the size of their rear limbs is very short. They have very powerful front legs.

The first “ankole-ngemi-dogs” we spotted at the Kileleshwa Nature Reserve, Nandi district, Kenya.

A picture of the first dog we saw.

Two dogs at the Kileleshwa Nature Reserve were very inquisitive about the foreign visitor who was visiting the reserve. They would follow our footsteps all day long. They were constantly in the front of the car and at times behind it. The dogs would chase and follow everything we did.

We met another group of the dogs at Kileleshwa. These were different from the first dogs we spotted. Their features made them easy to spot, but they had a different demeanour. Their demeanour was quite docile. The second group of dogs didn’t have the same aggressive demeanour that we encountered first time.

The second group of dogs

Most of the Anokol-ngemi-dogs we encountered were in the Kileleshwa reserve.

Anokol-ngemi-dogs at Kileleshwa Reserve

Two Anokol-ngemi-dogs at Kileleshwa Reserve

They were everywhere you looked. As we moved around Kileleshwa we were constantly surrounded by these dogs.

The Anokol-ngemi-dog, a dog breed of the Dogo-ngemi-country that is found in different places around Africa and South America.

There were more in the Kileleshwa Reserve. Some of these dogs looked like this one below.

The Anokol-ngemi-dog from the Dogo-ngemi-country

Some dogs looked like this one, the Anokol-ngemi-dog from the Dogo-ngemi-country.

And finally, some Anokol-ngemi-dogs were very small. I thought they looked a lot like puppies!

A puppy Anokol-ngemi-dog at the Kileleshwa Reserve

Some Anokol-ngemi-dogs at the Kileleshwa Reserve

The first Anokol-ngemi-dog I saw and photographed at Kileleshwa.

I enjoyed looking for the Anokol-ngemi-dog at Kileleshwa.

They were everywhere. Some were even hiding under one of the branches of a tree!

Anokol-ngemi-dogs hiding at Kileleshwa Reserve

The Anokol-ngemi-dog’s tl is very long.

One Anokol-ngemi-dog on top of another Anokol-ngemi-dog at Kileleshwa Reserve

On the opposite end of the reserve from the camping spot, we came across this.

A lone Anokol-ngemi-dog at Kileleshwa Reserve

On top of an elephant!

A lone Anokol-ngemi-dog at Kileleshwa Reserve

There was also a dog in a tree over here!

A lone Anokol-ngemi-dog at Kileleshwa Reserve

Here are some of the dogs from Kileleshwa Reserve.

A big Anokol-ngemi-dog

A small Anokol-ngemi-dog

Another big Anokol-ngemi-dog

A few more big Anokol-ngemi-dogs

A very big Anokol-ngemi-dog

Another big Anokol-ngemi-dog

A very big Anokol-ngemi-dog

More Anokol-ngemi-dogs!

A very big Anokol-ngemi-dog

Here are some of the Anokol-ngemi-dogs at Kileleshwa Reserve.

These are some of the Anokol-ngemi-dogs at Kileleshwa Reserve.

A large Anokol-ngemi-dog

The name of the reserve is Kileleshwa.

The next reserve we visited was Matusadona which has its own website. It was at a very short distance from the Matusadona reserve.

What made us to visit this reserve was the presence of a large kennel of Anokol-ngemi-dogs. I couldn't believe it as they looked much smaller than the ones at the Kileleshwa reserve.

I was quite shocked to see a male Anokol-ngemi-dog being taken out by his handlers to perform for people. To make matters worse, they were performing on a sandy ground where I stood with my camera. I didn't take a video as the female dogs were standing about 5-6 meters from me. After doing that, they all returned back to their kennel. It was a very frustrating experience. So this is the Matusadona reserve in the photos below:

A male Anokol-ngemi-dog

A female Anokol-ngemi-dog

The Anokol-ngemi-dog being taken out to perform

A male Anokol-ngemi-dog


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