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Basset Hounds are very affectionate dogs that enjoy being part of a family dynamic. Learn more about this breed here.
Basset Hounds are great fun-loving pets that are known to stay in good health and live a long life. Learn more about this great scent hound and companion here.
Basset Hounds are highly intelligent dogs whose stubbornness make it difficult to potty train them. Follow these simple steps and get your Hound house-ready.
A part of your Basset Hound's prize winning nose is his loose skin and tendency to drool. Learn to keep your Basset Hound and home drool-free here.
Feed your Basset Hound properly and make sure you give them small meals throughout the day in order to avoid health problems. Learn more about how to feed your hound here.
Find out here which breeds have achieved top honors for being the smartest canines around. Maybe your breed makes the list!
Dog training can be tricky and hard work with any breed. However, there are some breeds that are a bit more stubborn and require a little extra time and patience, but in the end will be just as lovable and loyal. Find out which dogs are considered the hardest to train.
Weight is a pretty big issue, and not just in people -- many US dogs are overweight. And while any breed can get fat, some breeds are predisposed to putting on extra pounds. These 7 breeds are some of the most frequently overfed and under-worked around.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that can result in blindness. Learn more about this disease and which breeds are most likely to suffer from it.
Like people, dogs can differ in what triggers their anxiety, and respond to those triggers in a variety of ways. Here is a list of the most common causes of anxiety in dogs.
Dogs get anxious too, and just like people, anxiety in dogs can result from a number of triggers. Learn what to do if your dog is showing signs of anxiety.
Several breeds of dogs and some cats are at risk for "cherry eye," an eye disorder. If you see the signs, talk to your vet as soon as possible.
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