Laguna Niguel, CA - TheWoofBook.com, the premier social media network exclusively for dog owners, announces January 14th as National Basset Hound Day, as part of its ongoing series of National Dog Breed Day celebrations.
Mallory Lahkota, Breed Ambassador for TheWoofBook.com explains, “With its mournful expression and long droopy ears, the Basset Hound is known as ‘the sad clown’ of the dog world. Plus, not many people know they are second only to Bloodhounds for their scenting ability.”
Low and slow, the popular Basset Hound stands no higher at the shoulder than fourteen inches. They have massive paws, a very heavy bone structure and small powerful legs, which makes the Basset more suitable for endurance than for speed.
Lahkota notes, “The Basset Hound has quite the reputation for being really stubborn, but is generally a very agreeable pet at home. Where their stubborness can come out is on the trail and they will let you know they are onto something with their loud, ringing bark.”
The Basset Hound breed, along with all the dog breeds recognized by the American Kennel Club, has its own group at TheWoofBook.com. Basset Hound owners and lovers can join this group or a dog group of their choice by going to https://thewoofbook.com/groups/BassetHounds.
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