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I'm looking for a lazy dog and easy to maintain. Do you think a bassethound is a nice dog?

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The Basset hound is actually a good choice if you're looking for a lazy dog that is easy to maintain. Other breeds you can check out are the Puggle, the Rat Terrier, the English bulldog and the Greyhound.

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i used to have a bassethound she was a very friendly lazy dog and i recomend getting a basset hound but she did shed a lot in the begining of the summer but i think that thats about all dogs

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greys are awesome but you but they have some issue very very thin skined just hitting the corner of a table can cut them bad you cant use retractable leases a special coller some have little problems with walking on a slick floor my boy elvis has this phobia hes 9 now and has been retired for 5 years they are very sensitive to noise and when scarred stand like a statue but they are very very loyal and play about 30 min aday rest of time laying in your lap watching tv also great danes are mostly relaxed i would do some research before making a choice remember rescue dogs are also great

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Thanks for the info :) but i think greys and great danes eat so much hehe
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Bassets are very lazy but good dogs.
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I have a shepherd hound doberman mix. When we had a trainer come over the first month we got him (we found out he's territorial of our property) she told us he wouldn't be a lovable huggable dog. Well guess what, he's the biggest baby and cuddler ever! She was so wrong.
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Every rescue dog I have got has been a gift from Heaven and they are so appreciative. I have also had 4 Bassets-one named Leon Russell. They are great BUT their sense of smell can cause big problems! Once they get a whiff of something they like, they can get away and track it for miles. And since most of their weight is in the front, they're hard to pick up when they get older than puppy stage. Also as puppy's , they might be a little harder to housebreak. But if you have plenty of time and patience for a puppy, they are great but if you can find an older Bassett to rescue, you'll get your perfect lazy dog.

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That's so cute!
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