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A flanged rib refers to a rib that is missing in the rib cage of the Basset Hound.

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A flanged rib can be synonymous with a bumpy rib.

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A flanged rib is a fault that is more serious than a movement fault in the Basset.

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Any recognized hound color is allowed in the Basset Hound.

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A Basset can never have too much icing.

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An equal amount of crook in the front legs of a Basset is an example of a mismatched front.

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Mismatched fronts are more common in the Basset Hound because it is an achondroplastic breed.

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Achondroplasia is another term for dwarfism.

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Achondroplasia is a genetic abnormality that leads to arrested development in the long bones of a Basset’s legs.

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Flanged or bumpy ribs may be associated with achondroplasia in the Basset.

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A mismatched front is not something that is commonly seen in the Basset breed.

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Bassets are characterized by a wrap around front, which helps support their forequarters.

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Too many wrinkles and ears that are too long are examples of too much icing.

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In a wrap-around front, the wrists are closer together than the elbows.

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A haw is the third eyelid.

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The sternum is the lower part of the chest that runs between the front legs.

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The prosternum is that part of the sternum that shows in front of the front legs.

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Bassets generally have a sufficient amount of posterior sternum.

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The posterior sternum is that portion of the sternum extending beyond the front legs.

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A too short posterior sternum is not as serious a fault as a mismatched front.

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Dwarfism affects the head of the Basset Hound.

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A fiddle front means that there is too much turn out of the front feet.

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A fiddle front is considered a very serious fault in the Basset Hound.

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The occipital protuberance is the high point on the back part of the head and it should be pronounced in the Basset Hound.

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The Basset Hound should have prominent cheek bumps.

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No Basset with a dry head has ever been able to hunt.

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Going away, the rear pasterns of the Basset should angle in.

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A dry head means that there is an insufficient amount of wrinkle or skin on the head.

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A dry head is as serious a fault as a mismatched front.

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A Basset can never have a haw that is too prominent.

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Knuckling is a disqualification in the Basset Hound.

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Knuckling is frequently seen in the Basset Hound ring.

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The head of the Basset should be of medium width.

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The cheeks of the Basset should be prominent.

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A Basset can never be too easty-westy.

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The withers are the highest point of the shoulders.

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The Basset should carry its tail curved tightly over its back.

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In the Basset, the hocks should turn slightly inward.

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Like the front feet, the hind feet of the Basset should be inclined a trifle outward.

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A Basset should have a well rounded paw.

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The toes of the Bassets should be pinched for better trailing ability.

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There should be no wrinkled skin on the forelegs of the Basset.

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No mention is made about the pigment of the lips of the Basset.

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The teeth of a Basset should meet in a scissors or even bite.

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Any recognized hound color is allowed in the Basset Hound.

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The Basset should have a pronounced stop.

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The eye should be prominent.

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