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just-basset-hounds.com provides information about Basset Hounds to help users gain knowledge of the breed for their own purposes. The information is based upon my (site owner) experience with my Basset Hound, Hunter, and the research that I have done over the past few years about the breed. Hunter joined my family on Valentines Day 2002 at the age of four months and I have included information about some of our experiences with him.
I have also extended this site to enable others to share their Basset Hound stories, personal experiences, and knowledge.
I make every effort to provide fully researched, accurate, and useful information. While Basset Hounds do have many common characteristics, each Basset is also unique and each individual person's situation is unique. Therefore, the best source of advice about the health and welfare of your individual Basset Hound is your veterinarian. The person from whom you obtained your dog (breeder, rescue organization, shelter, etc.) is also a good source. If you obtained your dog from a reputable breeder, he should be able to provide detailed information about your dog's background.
My dog, Hunter!
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