Submitted by Name: Kimberlee Metcalfe From: Ellerslie, GA E-mail: Contact
Comments: In the last 2-3 yrs we have adopted three amazing bassets into our family. (Cheyenne, Chief, and Cali) Brailee, our daughter bonded instantly w/Cheyenne; so, we gave her to our daughter and son-in-law as their wedding present. Our whole family's in love w/our bassets! They take up our whole bed(sharing w/my little Peek-a-Chu, our Maine Coon kitty)and of course..my husband and me! We will surely have a pair(or more)bassets as family forever!
Added: February 15, 2013
Submitted by Name: tom johnson From: wisconsin E-mail: Contact
Comments: my wife debbie and i had bassets since 1993. since her death i have many pictures to remember both deb and the four footers. thanks for the drool cards. deb is sorly missed.
Added: January 29, 2013
Submitted by Name: Michele Branzer From: Homestead, Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have had Basset Hounds for 45 years. They are the best dogs and each one was very special to me. I presenty have Star(4 yrs.) and Napoleon(9 mo.) There is never a dull moment with a Basset in the home.
Added: January 23, 2013
Submitted by Name: Kelly Dempsey From: Carlyle IL E-mail: Contact
Comments: I lost a Basset hound pup at 11 months, her birthday was Jan 5. Her name was Scout,best dog ever. Now I have another Basset hound named Scout Jr, my son named her. She starts puppy school tommorrow, can't wait, would love to find more basset events and basset lovers!
Added: January 6, 2013
Submitted by Name: ed and suzan kircher From: goshen ct E-mail: Contact
Comments: We have two Bassets, a red and white 4 year old, Baxter and a tri-color 9 years old, Barney. They are the best dogs!!!! We laught all the time. You could have the worst day in the world and when they greet us at the door you forget everything! They are so loving. Hounds are not like other dogs and if you never had one you might be in for some small challenges II can't imagine my life without our boys.
Added: October 26, 2012
Submitted by Name: Lynne Piippo From: Huntsville Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: My basset, Toivo, has just recovered from surgery and a setback. He had a hematoma that needed to be removed from his ear. Two weeks later, he came down with a severe case of pancreatitis. He pulled through and is now on a special low fat diet. Toivo has never been fat, but we did feed him occasional table scraps. Now he is ravenous all the time! He is getting into trouble with stealing. His vet said he must be kept away from rich foods and extra servings. He looks skinny and acts famished. What to do?!?!
Added: October 19, 2012
Submitted by Name: Gena Garmon From: Hampton Georgia E-mail: Contact
Comments: I got Matt dillon when he was 8 weeks old. It was like having a baby only worse. Chewed everything in sight and was mean at times. Then he turned 2 and was like a different dog. He is 10 1/2 and the love of my life. I would give my life for him and him for me. Smart, funny and sometimes crazy he is my best friend!!
Added: October 16, 2012
Submitted by Name: Annie Huacho From: California E-mail: Contact
Comments: Proud owner of a very sleepy stubborn tri-colored basset and her beagle-basset(baggle)sister. Got to love the hounds now and forever.
Added: October 9, 2012
Submitted by Name: Jim and Kim Browne From: Georgetown, Maine E-mail: Contact
Comments: My wife and I are the proud food slave to a 1 1/2 year old girl named Tilly.
Added: September 28, 2012
Submitted by Name: Dee Bern From: Southern California E-mail: Contact
Comments: OMG. Raised from sound sleep by the sound of me searching for food in the frig. He gets excited when I get ready to feed myself because scraps of crunchy raw veggies are his treat. I hope it is not supposed to hurt him. 13 years and 2 months and counting.