- A sturdy hunting dog of a breed with a long body, short legs, and big
- The Basset Hound is a short-legged breed of dog of the hound family. They
are scent hounds, bred to hunt rabbits by scent. Their sense of smell for
tracking is second only to that of the Bloodhound.Hart, Ernest H:This is the
Basset Hound, T.F.H. Books, 1974.
- basset: smooth-haired breed of hound with short legs and long
- Mild, never sharp or timid. The Basset Hound is capable of great endurance
in the field and extreme in its devotion.
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- the oldest and largest registry of purebred dogs in the United
- American Kennel Club. This registry registers the American Staffordshire
Terrier. In addition to registering dogs, The AKC holds conformation shows and
working events in which dogs earn points and titles.
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El rostro solemne de este adorable sabueso
contradice su naturaleza vivaz. Confiable companero de caza, es tambien una
mascota deliciosa para las familias con ninos pequenos. La mayoria de las razas
basset son originarias de Francia (bas significa "abajo" en frances), pero el
basset hound fue desarrollado en gran Bretana hace apenas cien anos. Por su
habilidad para concentrarse en un olor en particular se ha ganado el respeto de
los cazadores. The solemn face of this lovely sniffer dog in the fight
contradicts his lively nature. Reliable hunting companion, it is also a
delightful pet for families with young children. Most races basset originate in
France (base means "bottom" in French), but the basset hound was developed in
Great Britain just one hundred years. For its ability to focus on a particular
smell has earned respect for the hunters.
The Basset Hound is an old breed which is a
direct descended of the Bloodhound and has a nose that is almost as outstanding.
Some sources suggest the Basset Hound may have originated from genetic dwarf
dogs which were born in litters of different types of hunting hounds. The name
"Basset Hound" comes from the French word "bas" meaning low. The Basset Hounds
long ears have been poetically described by Shakespeare as: "Ears which sweep
away the morning due." The breed was first presented at a Paris dog show in 1863
which began the dog's popularity. Their popularity spread to England and feuds
soon arose between those who wanted the dog to be more of a show dog, keeping
them more as a companion dog and those who wanted to keep it as a hunting dog.