Get Home Your Very Own Droopy
A Basset Hound Puppy’s history is pretty intriguing, ranging from hunting small rabbits to becoming a rather unassuming household dog. As most people do, you may have heard of the breed because of the renowned cartoon character Droopy.
History and Origin:
The illustrations of a short-legged hunting dog from Egypt, ancient Rome, and ancient Greece provide one of the oldest known descriptions of a Basset Hound.
Training & Intelligence:
House Training a Basset is very difficult, but with patience and determination, you can train and house train your Basset. Employ gentle, constructive training approaches.
Grooming and coat:
– The sleek, short hair of Basset Hounds repels dirt and wetness. The coat is thick enough to keep children warm in any conditions.
Common Health Issue:
Bloating or dilating
the stomach Volvulus is a potentially fatal illness affecting dogs with deep chests, such as Basset Hounds, St. Bernards, and Labrador Retrievers.
Did you know?:
– Basset Hounds are the canine world’s second-best sniffers, after only the Bloodhound.