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Meet the Basset Hound!
Basset Hounds have a reputation of being very lazy, having long ears and droopy eyes. While they may have long ears and droopy eyes many are NOT lazy. When looking to adopt a Basset Hound keep in mind that puppies and young Bassets are VERY active and need a playmate with lots of exercise to keep them out of trouble. If you are looking for a more laid back Basset Hound you may want to look to at an older hound.
The Basset Hound Club of America website is a great resource of information about the breed CLICK HERE
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I don’t own a dog, but if I did, I bet I would accidentally overfeed it. That’s because every time...
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