Submitted by Name: Sherrie Strachan From: Lancaster, Ca E-mail: Contact
Comments: Currently have 1 middle aged rescue (BaRNI) basset. Previous rescued seniors (4-from BHRSC) active volunteer for BaRNI at Daphneyland, semi active for BHRSC.
Added: August 31, 2011
Submitted by Name: Sticks From: Kansas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi all, I just got my Basset about a month ago. Roxie is her name, and the vet is guessing she is around 1-1/2 years old. I'm really enjoying her. This is my first Basset, although I have always wanted one since I was a child. 47 years later, I got one. LOL.
Added: August 29, 2011
Submitted by Name: Rick & Marian Lindsay From: Egg Harbor Township, NJ E-mail: Contact
Comments: We are seeking local basset owners to possibly create a vacation exchange. We have an 18 month old adorable, well behaved female named Clementine who is very well socialized. We are hoping to find a others who would prefer to exchange our hounds when vacations arise. We cringe at the idea of Clem in a kennel and we're sure there are others who feel the same.
Added: July 6, 2011
Submitted by Name: Donna Caldwell From: Mary Esther, FL E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was directed to the site by one of the Vet Techs at the Veterinarian's office that I frequent for my two Bassets. I am a Basset Hound person through and through as I have owned 4 other Bassets in addition to the two that I have presently. They tug at your heart strings, don't they?
Added: July 1, 2011
Submitted by Name: Lorie S. From: Bethlehem PA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Two weeks ago I adopted Geoffrey, a Basset rescued from a puppy mill. Geoff is two years old-was used as a stud.
Geoff is a love, gentle with everyone.
We are having a tough time, though, and I could use any advice from experienced Basset owners.
He has already chewed through a door, climbed up on my dining room table three times, chewed up my eyeglasses...Well,you get the picture.
He is very smart- has already learned Sit, Come, and Wait.
I crate him when I am at work and a neighbor takes him out for me. I am a teacher, so soon I will have plenty of extra time to work with Geoff. He gets long walks.
Hopeful sign- I just bought a squeaky rubber toy, and Geoff is having the time of his life with it!! He is BUSY!! Could it be that he just needed something to "hunt?" I've never had a hunting dog before. He is actually barking (had barely made a sound before) and running around my apartment like a madman, after something I want him to chew!!
Added: April 23, 2011
Submitted by Name: Ashley Kraynak From: MI soon to be GA E-mail: Contact
Comments: HELP..... We are soon to be moving to Marietta GA area and we are having a tough time finding a place to rent that will allow our three Basset babies!!!! Any leads and or advice would be GREATLY appreciated! ashley_kraynak @ hotmail Thanks.....
Ashley, Matt and the Basset Brood
Added: April 1, 2011
Submitted by Name: Daria Emma From: St. Petersburg, FL E-mail: Contact
Comments: I haven't been a member of the Daily Drool for several years but I wanted to send a post. Our 13 1/2 yr old basset, Arnie, went to the Rainbow Bridge last night. He had the usual old age complaints but it was pneumonia at the end. He was active right to the end. He loved his walks, rides, and playing with his cookie hiding toy. Maybe some of the members still have his Christmas card where he is laying on the diving board of the pool. He had a great personality and will be sorely missed. Enjoy life at the Bridge, Arnie.
Added: March 23, 2011
Submitted by Name: Lettie Lauer From: Salem, Iowa E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have been remiss in posting my many thanks for teh Daily Drool members for remembering me this past Holiday Season. Many of you were made aware that I lost my husband Steve to a car/motorcycle accident June 4, 2010. Words fail me for all the lovely Christmas and New Year's cards that I received. Each day I would receive cards of you and your lovely pets. God Bless each and everyone of you and your fur babies. I lost my basset hound Samantha on 11/17/2010. She came to use an abused lady, yet she never once was a burden. I miss her drool and her howl. I have to mention Cindy Foxhoven and Anne Dean for they work hard with their cursade for Iowa Basset Rescue. I try to help out with the organization when I can. To all of you, thank you and God bless.