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Rescue Me ID: 16-06-12-00538Allie (female)

Basset Hound Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Name: Allie Breed: Bassett Hound/ Border Collie Mix Age: 3-4 years old Spayed/Neutered: Spayed Special Needs: needs a privacy fence Location: Wichita/Foster Good with Other Dogs: yes Good with Cats: Unknown Good with Kids: yes House Trained: yes Kennel Trained: yes Meet the cute Allie, she is a 3-4 year old Basset/Border Collie mix, she is great with other dogs, loves kids, don't know about cats, she is house and kennel trained, she knows some basic commands too. She's a sweet girl that needs a privacy fence and a family to love her!! If your interested in adopting Allie please send us a completed adoption application. Go To ... (Read More) Click on Contact On the left will be helpful links Find Adoption Application Fill it out and email it to See all our animals available for adoption at (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $150 Animal Location:

K9 Karma Animal Advocates Inc.
Sedgwick County Cheney, KS 67025 MAP IT!


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Rescue Me ID: 16-05-12-00289Turk (male)

Basset Hound Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current, Abused/Neglected,

    My name is Jennifer and I currently work as a veterinary technician in the Kansas City area. I had acquired a 22lb Beagle/Basset mix out of a Kansas Area Animal Control that has been in my possession for roughly three months. 'Turk' had a unique situation, where I had first encountered him through a teaching school that used him as a lab animal. From there, it was immediately apparent he lacked social skills, and was feared by others due to his appearance and quirky expressions. Needless to say, the only option I was presented was to adopt him to keep him from failure at animal control due to his social tendencies to growl and become fear ... (Read More)aggressive in the kennel which later attributed at home with us finding out in particular to men. Needless to say, since out of Animal Control, Turk' has much improved, and is learning to trust others slowly but surely. I have never seen him act out aggressively however, he is still hesitant and fearful of new situations and men- especially when kenneled. Additionally, 'Turk' has learned to walk well on a leash, is very active, and does well and takes note of other dogs and their interactions. He loves to play and can be a bit mouthy at times. He has also been kennel trained and now knows sit. As far as his health, he has had multiple wellness exams and is current on Rabies, Da2pp, Bordetella, a Heartworm test, Heartworm prevention and a fecal. He was treated for Whipworms and is now done with his third month treatment of panacur. He is neutered and is estimated to be a year old. It would seem that with the help of engaging 'Turk' into my home with my partner that he would keep getting better and better. Still, we are having issues with the fact that he has major anxiety around men until becoming comfortable after what seems like weeks at a time. I am reaching out to get him into the best suitable home that can work in conjunction to his needs. He is a very loving dog, playful, and does really well with other dogs otherwise. I am absolutely willing to keep him in my care for however long it takes to find a willing and perfect home that is better suited for him. Thank you for your time and feel free to email back with additional questions or considerations. (Less)

     Animal Location:

Johnson County Overland Park, KS MAP IT!

Jennifer Shriver 847-370-5238

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Basset Hound in Kansas
    Basset Hound Dogs can make good pets in Kansas if they match your IifestyIe. The Basset Hound is an exceptionally gentle, friendly dog that makes a great family pet. Basset Hounds are great with children. They require some patience to housebreak. Basset Hounds can do tricks, especially for treats. If overfed, a Basset Hound can quickly put on weight which strains its legs. Basset Hounds need plenty of exercise to stay healthy, but should be discouraged from jumping so as not to stress their legs. Basset Hounds can live in an apartment but need long walks and opportunities to run and play.

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lnteresting Basset Hound Trivia Low-Cost Kansas Spay & Neuter Clinics
    Basset Hounds were given to George Washington by Lafayette after the American Revolution. Basset Hounds are celebrated in several annual American Festivals in which a king and queen Basset Hound are crowned. A trio of Basset Hounds called The Happy Basset Hounds is famous for performing around the world.

Related pages:

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Kansas Animal Rescue
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Franklin County - Ottawa 66067
Bea Martin Peck Animal Shelter 785-242-2967

Wyandotte County - Kansas City 66104
Humane Society of Greater Kansas City 913-596-1000

Johnson County - Merriam, KS 66202
No More Homeless Pets Kansas City 816-333-PETS

Johnson County - Mission, KS 66202
The Pet Connection Spay/Neuter Clinic 913-671-PETS

Shawnee County - Topeka, Kansas 66667
Critter Care of Topeka 785-478-9985

Crawford County - Pittsburg, Kansas 66762
Pawprints on the Heartland 877-887-7729

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