12 Realities New Basset Hound Owners Must Learn To Accept

Are you looking for a dog with a laid back, friendly disposition to be your loyal and loving companion and family member? If so, the Basset Hound maybe the perfect dog for you.

They are known to be easy going, tolerant, sociable, mild mannered and happy dog. Due to these qualities, they tend to be good with kids and get along with other pets.

They also enjoy companionship and being part of a family. They may become lonely if not receiving enough attention and left alone all the time though.

Basset Hounds are also often described as clownish or comical and they really can be quite silly. Sometimes just looking at them make us laugh… LOL

If you are considering to own a basset hound, or you’ve just become a new basset hound owner, there are some realities you do need to fully accept.

Check out the twelve realities new basset hound owners must accept on the next page! …and if you already are a basset hound owner, see if you can relate!

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188 thoughts on “12 Realities New Basset Hound Owners Must Learn To Accept

  1. Note that there are usually two bassets in the pictures. You cannot be a one dog owner with a basset. They howl if left alone in single status and you get nasty notes on your door from your otherwise lovely neighbors.

  2. Really miss Buddy but your pictures of these guys get to me. No dogs until we get through Stefie showers, Craig engagement party, wedding and back home from Florida, then might consider.

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