Manus The Africanis
This is a very good example of what has now been recognized as a breed indigenous to Africa and particularly southern Africa.
These dogs have been called African Hunting dogs for a long time.
Very loyal and courageous, medium size to big (25 to 45 kg) tremendous stamina, very playful and intelligent.
Good with kids and very social.
In profile when sitting is very much like the dogs in Egyptian hieroglyphics.
These and the Rhodesian Ridgeback are the only two indigenous African domesticated dogs; there are African Wild Dogs and jackals which live in the wild.”
Manus The Africanis can come in any color.
The coat is short, hard and thick or can come in a rare wire haired type.
Some may have a ridge down it’s back that is called the ridgeback type.