My name is Freddie, and I am so pleased to meet you. Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Am I in the right place? That sure doesn’t look like a basset”. Well, I can tell you that my Mom was a basset. If you look close and maybe squint a little, you can see it. My Dad? Well, your guess is as good as mine on that one. He must have been tall and handsome fellow though, that’s for sure. You can think of me as sort of a super-sized basset. Thankfully, I was deemed basset enough for the great people at CBHR to rescue me.
I am about 2 or 3 years old and I am as smart as a whip. I am house trained and crate trained. I am a very active boy and I just love to play. I may be a bit much for smaller kids, but I sure am perfect for the older ones. I love to run and jump and play fetch, and I will even drop the toy when you ask me to. Speaking of toys, I LOVE toys. I will even throw them around by myself if nobody will play with me. When you are not looking I will try to sneak my toys outside to play with them. My foster Mom says I remind her of a teenager – so active and full of life, and just a little tiny bit sneaky (in a comical way of course) when you are not looking. I just like to keep her on her toes. I am looking for a home with active people. I would make a really great running pal, since I have these long legs and I love to use them. Did I mention that I am super fast? I would also like to be the only dog in the house. So if you are looking for a super-sized, totally handsome dog to add to your family, then maybe you can be my perfect match. Running , hiking, playing fetch… I can keep up, I promise.
I used to be called Smuckers, and my legs weren’t as long as they are now!
December 9, 2013
Terence Daniels - On behalf of Doug and Deb Cuthill in memory of Clifford
Kim & Chris Hillebrand
Krista Ross – In memory of Molly
Joanna & Nevin Ryan – In honor of our little girl Molly, a CBHR alum
Jacob Smith – In memory of my first Basset Klapa – but also in love for my current bassets Cassie and Ezekial, and all the other bassets in the world that just need a home.
Marlene & Lee Sockwell
Jeff Stajich – In memory of Max and Blue
Larry Wilson – In memory of Robert Earl Armstrong
For Medical Treatment for Betsy and Bella Lancaster
Robert Coombs & Thea Brune
John & Nicole Dalton
Janet Goodwin & Theresa Terrell
Rebecca Holzer & Donald Holzer, MD
Christian & Susan Horne
David & Carol Minor
Jen & Rob Nance
Joanne Rogers – Bella & Betsy Henry, my beautiful red basset who left this world much too early. I miss him and will always love him
Karen & Eric Sadler
Jean & Roger Sankey
Jerilyn Small – In memory of CBHR Alum Noelle/Elle
Jennifer & Cory Smith
Tim & Ashley White
Donna Hagerty – in memory of Tina and Bill Morrisse’s A.J.
LLC HSPD Enterprises
Edward Jones – in memory of Lara Hahn
Pat Schuck – in memory of Lara Hahn
Greetings! My name is Frodo. Perhaps some of you have heard of me? I had to leave my nice home in the Shire to complete a very important quest. Now that I have completed the quest and all is good again I have a personal quest of my own, to find my one true forever home. These nice people are putting me up in their nice hobbit hole for a while until I complete this one last quest.
I am about 5 years old and extremely sweet. I am house broken, but I have to confess that I still have an accident once in awhile. Hey nobody is perfect. I am also crate trained. There is a little person about the age of one where I live and I am very gentle with her. I love to be outside and especially to bask in the sun out on the deck. I promise I am not much trouble at all. In fact when I get sleepy at night I will just put myself to bed whether you are ready for bed or not. If you have room in your hobbit hole for a short legged, furry footed guy who loves to be petted and have his belly rubbed, then maybe I can complete this one last quest. Fill out an application to take me home. You won’t be sorry.
September 9, 2013
Moe and Watson are two basset brothers that need to be re-homed together. Moe is a CBHR alum and will require an adopter to submit an adoption application and complete a home visit. The home visit helps us get to know you and better understand your expectations for a new family member. Watson is not a CBHR dog, but because CBHR wants the best for both dogs we are working hard to try to keep these brothers together. We hope to help out their current family by encouraging adoption of the pair. The boys’ family states “Moe is the tri-color and Watson is the one that’s mostly black. Moe is very affectionate and sweet. He is a little skiddish around new people, but very friendly. Watson is also sweet but not as “cuddly” as Moe…tends to bark more. hey are both still very active…love to play and chase each other outside. They are friendly with kids but not real careful. For instance, they would possibly jump on a child if they got excited…not to hurt them but to play.” Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about how to adopt these boys.