Rescued Basset Hound
Basset Hound Dog For Adoption in GROOM, TX

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Seller Name: Roxy
Location: GROOM, TX 79039


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Breed: Basset Hound
Gender: Female Female
Nickname:

Big Mama

Age: Adult
Availability Date: 02/14/2017
Location: GROOM, TX 79039
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Red and White basset hound in need of a stable home. She was found wandering town and owner has relinquished all responsibility. She is at least 5 years old previous household cannot confirm. This girl is very sweet and good with children and dogs. Well behaved and house broken. She will be examined by vet and be current on vaccinations. Small re-homing fee of $50. Please text at 806-279-zero nine eight zero for additional information or email at infopreciousbassets Because of her background I will be requesting an answered questionnaire on her behalf to find the right home for her.

Basset Hound

Overview: The Basset Hound is a much loved dog with a great personality and gentle spirit. The Basset is especially great with kids and has a very laid-back style and is very devoted to his family.
Breed Group: Hound
Weight (lbs): 40-60
Height (in): 14
Colors: Any recognized hound color.
Coat: Hair is short, dense, and smooth.
Character: Basset Hounds are very independent, yet can be quite sociable, calm, and playful.
Temperament: This breed makes an excellent playmate for children and they get along fine with dogs and other animals. Bassets do not like to be left unattended, however.
Care: The Basset Hound requires removal of dead hair during time of shedding and its large ears should be kept clean,its face may need regular cleaning around the mouth and wrinkles.
Training: This breed requires patience and persistence in training.
Activity: Basset hounds do not need a lot of exercise. They can get by with three short walks a day, with occasional romps in the yard.
Country of Origin: France
Health Issue: This breed may put on extra weight, when overfed, and this can put too much load on its legs and spine, resulting in possible lameness and paralysis. They are also prone to bloat.
Life Expectancy: 10-12

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