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 Post subject: Breeder in Texas
PostPosted: Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:08 pm 
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Hello All,

My wife and myself will be looking at purchasing a Basset when I return stateside later this fall. I have been trying to do some research and all I can find is Roys, which I read negative stuff about. If anyone has any suggestions i would greatly apprecite it.

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 Post subject: Re: Breeder in Texas
PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2011 5:41 pm 
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splinter wrote:
Hello All,

My wife and myself will be looking at purchasing a Basset when I return stateside later this fall. I have been trying to do some research and all I can find is Roys, which I read negative stuff about. If anyone has any suggestions i would greatly apprecite it.

Josh

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Basset's are wonderful family dog. Much love. Quick to learn, but the wheels with not always immediately.
They are so-called low-runner. It is called here in Germany.
We opted for a Basset as he is a very quiet dog. Our Lakka shall like to relax on the sofa and with us.
Our children 6 and 10, it is very good. He loves to play ball.
He learns very quickly. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPFf4MQXI9E ----http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPFf4MQXI9E
Since he was 17 weeks old. Now he is 7 months and can be a lot more ...
You will even find the right for you ..
LG Tanja


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 Post subject: Re: Breeder in Texas
PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2011 6:09 pm 
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tanja wrote:
splinter wrote:
Hello All,

My wife and myself will be looking at purchasing a Basset when I return stateside later this fall. I have been trying to do some research and all I can find is Roys, which I read negative stuff about. If anyone has any suggestions i would greatly apprecite it.

Josh

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Basset's are wonderful family dog. Much love. Quick to learn, but the wheels with not always immediately.
They are so-called low-runner. It is called here in Germany.
We opted for a Basset as he is a very quiet dog. Our Lakka shall like to relax on the sofa and with us.
Our children 6 and 10, it is very good. He loves to play ball.
He learns very quickly. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPFf4MQXI9E ----http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPFf4MQXI9E
Since he was 17 weeks old. Now he is 7 months and can be a lot more ...
You will even find the right for you ..
LG Tanja


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