Basset Hound Breed History
Basset Hounds – bloodhounds received from the French blackhound and the dog of St. Hubert; the name “basset” comes from the French “bas”, i.e. “Squat”, “hound” – a hound.
Raised in the royal families (mainly in France and Belgium), these dogs were used to track and chase with moderate speed deer, hares, rabbits and other game.
In the USA, the Basset Hound breed quickly gained popularity thanks to its magnificent scent and became a common hunting dog. The popularity of the Basset Hound breed as a domestic dog appeared relatively recently.
In Europe there are several varieties of basset, including those that are higher than usual, with straight legs. Theories of the origin of Basset Hounds are different, so do not be surprised to hear that the country of origin of Basset Hounds is Great Britain. Continue reading
Have you lost a dog? Correctly compose an ad and distribute it in the area where the dog disappeared, as well as on the Internet. Reposts on social networks work wonders!
A competent ad contains an attractive headline, a description of the situation and photos. If you intend to publish on the Internet, you can add video materials.
Write a catchy headline. Use the word “Caution”. Next, write “the dog has disappeared,” or “pet,” or “family member.” End the headline with an exclamation mark. How emotional you use the words is up to you, but keep in mind that people have pity. They zealously rummage in memory and make reposts when it comes to a “family member”, and not just about a “dog”. Continue reading
The appearance of a dog is akin to the appearance of a new member of the family and is accompanied by a large number of changes for both the dog and you. We have compiled a list of the necessary items to help make this transition most smoothly. Perhaps for you personally something will be superfluous – we tried to make the list the most complete.
Important questions for potential dog owners:
Do you have other dogs and how will they respond to the new one?
Is your apartment or house suitable for the type of dog you want to get?
How will your life (family, friends, vacations) and work affect your ability to care for your dog? Continue reading