On top is Tombouktou's Atakor, photo taken when he was a day shy of 7 months old. He is bred by Dr. Gabriele Meißen of Germany, and is sired by Django, desert bred. His dam is Takuté Al Ifriqiya. Next is Iférouane Idiiyat-es-Sahel, she is litter sister to Tamoudit, the female who escaped from her new home upon arrival in Florida.
Following her is Djeebo Idiiyat-es-Sahel, who is sired by Tamgak, desert bred and Tiwul Idiiyat-es-Sahel, his breeder is Daoud Abdullah Abdullah. Then, Clarity's Ngozi, who is bred by Kelly Daniels. Ngozi is almost 5 years old now, and he is out of Kaisoon and Abazina (bred by Erika Tonder).
Below Ngozi is his litter sister, Clarity's Noowairah, and below her, Tahatmellet Idiiyat-es-Sahel, now 15 months old, who is her son, sired by Tamahan ak Tin Akoff, desert bred.
I hope you all try to enjoy these beautiful dogs and stop wasting your time flinging poo - start acting, not so much like humans, but, more like these incredible, loyal dogs that fascinate us so much. And try, too, to learn, that your worst enemy comes from within yourself. It blocks your view of who your true friends are, and misleads you into trusting the self serving ones.