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Knowing the Basset Hound’s history and origin are of no use to a pet owner.

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The Basset Hound is a scent hound, with origins in France.

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The Basset Hound’s original purpose was to attack and kill prey.

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Basset Hounds can be allowed to run loose since their short legs won’t take them very far.

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Basset Hounds prefer to be the only dog in the household.

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The Basset Hound is considered a small dog.

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Stress on the joints of a Basset puppy can cause permanent injury

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The Basset Hound’s long ears and droopy eyes require special care

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Basset Hounds are content to live outdoors in a doghouse or tied to a stake.

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Basset Hounds are well suited to accompany long distance joggers.

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Children can make a game of pulling a Basset’s ears.

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The best place to obtain a Basset Hound is from a reputable breeder.

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It’s better to buy a puppy from a pet store than from a reputable breeder.

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An adult Basset Hound won’t bond with a new family.

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Rescue groups are a viable option when looking for a pet.

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The optimum age at which a puppy should be sold is six weeks.

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There is relatively little difference in temperament between male and female Basset Hounds.

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Because the Basset Hound is a purebred dog, it never should be spayed or neutered.

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A pet quality puppy is not as healthy as a show quality puppy.

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The Basset Hound never does well in obedience competition.

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Basset Hounds and toddlers are similar in their curiosity, necessitating Basset-proofing your home.

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Invisible fencing works well for Basset Hounds.

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Gates should always be locked to protect your pet.

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New puppies should be given free run of the house.

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Crating a puppy/dog is cruel.

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Multiple pets in the same household should be fed separately.

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Tattooing and microchipping are cruel methods of identification.

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Basset Hounds should rest for at least half an hour after eating.

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It is fine for bassets under 1 year of age to jump on and off elevated objects like beds and sofas.

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The Basset’s original function was to

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Basset Hounds like

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Basset Hounds enjoy the company of other people and dogs

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Although short-legged, the Basset Hound is considered a large dog.

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A Basset Hound’s ears require special attention.

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Although the American Kennel Club is the most highly regarded registry in the United States, AKC
registration is no guarantee of a puppy’s quality since some backyard breeders also sell AKC registered
puppies.

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Basset Hounds can compete in a variety of AKC Events.

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A crate is recommended training tool for a puppy.

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Basset Hound puppies or adults should be obtained from a reputable breeder.

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The Basset Hound’s long back requires support when the puppy/dog is picked up.

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A Basset Hound is a scent hound, bred to trail small game over and through difficult terrain.

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The safest outdoor environment for a Basset Hound is

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Basset Hounds should live

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Reputable breeders usually keep their puppies until at least

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Dwarfism produced the Basset Hound’s

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Special attention must be given to a Basset Hound’s

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