BHRSC - Finding Homes for Loving Bassets
Offering sanctuary, healing, and placement into a new family, to distressed, abandoned, injured, or homeless Basset Hounds
Started by Arlene Goulart Jul 15, 2014.
Started by Lisa Hartell Mar 19, 2014.
Fred has had increased seizure over the weekend, it also took him much longer to be normal after each seizure. Yesterday, he started bleeding bad and we couldn't stop the bleeding. So we rushed him to the emergency clinic. The vet informed us that he had tumor growth by the penis blood vessel that burst, they would have to remove the growth. We said ok, and was heading home to pick him up after the surgery, when the vet called to let us know that he just had another major seizure on the…Continue
Attention all hound lovers, have you heard about our very own Charlotte?
I adopted Charlotte from BHRSC in April. Poor little girl, had a life of breeding and no real love.
My family, after 16 wonderful years had lost our beloved Luna. together with us our beloved hound Romney were very sad. Then we saw those eyes!!!! what beautiful eyes!!!!! perfect match she needed a family, we needed a hound.3 weeks after adopting she got an eye infection that wouldn't go away. within 1…Continue
Posted by christie alva on July 23, 2014 at 7:21am
Hover was our 5yr old blessed little guy and we miss him sooooo much!!
Hover passed from Addision Diease on January 28th at Euclid Animal Hospital. His Daddy was with him to the very end and cried like a baby.
We rememember all the love that he shared with us and all the blessing dreams he brought to us. Hover loved his family and loved his biscuts. He with out debut the best dog I have ever been blessed…
Posted by Lynne Neal on February 5, 2013 at 8:31am
Today I lost my friend. I remeber when we brought him home. He was only 4 months old and by the breeder that we got him from he was too old and that is why she was discounting him. He was always a good Dog, well except maybe stealing a few lunches and well maybe there was the couch that he ate... but he was always there for a belly rub or just to lay with you. He always seem to know which one. He had a way to look at you that just made you want to hug him instead of scolding him. We…Continue
Artful Hounds Renee Bane of BHRSC has a creative and fun way to display your love of bassets. Check out her website for yard or wall art, basset hound clocks and leashes.
Go to: http://www.bhrsc.info/ and see all the Basset Hounds looking for forever homes; adoption procedures; volunteering, fostering and everything Basset Hound.
Here's a great web site if you're looking for help when a hound has crossed the rainbow bridge. I've purchased items from them (a marker for my sweet Penny) and they were fantastic in delivering the order and sent a condolence card.
Here's a great site for artwork and all things hounds. They've supported BHRSC with cards and stickers. I can't say enough positive things about this organization.
Looking for some unusual Basset Hound goodies? Need a BH checkbook cover or floor mats. Check out this site: http://www.doggoneglamorous.com/
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