Basset hound

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Basset hound

a medium-sized, shorthaired dog with very short, bowed legs, long ears and a long body. The head is large with loose skin and large, pendulous lips. One of the achondroplastic breeds. It is subject to familial disorders of the platelets and primary glaucoma.
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One Colorado Springs topic was "political correctness," a phrase that is relatively new to the public consciousness but a concept that is familiar to Basset and his peers.
Hartman was a college student working for a veterinarian when a pet shop employee brought a basset hound puppy into the office to have it euthanized.
The younger Basset also does the "Adam" comic strip for Universal Press Syndicate, while the older Basset also does the "Business Card" cartoon for United with wife Ann.
She says basset ``parenting'' isn't something to be taken casually, and she looks for special characteristics in those hoping to take home a dog.
Georgia is more concerned about training her new-found friendly basset hound to poke her head through the hospital playbus window.
Basset Telecom Solutions, Xpeedio AB, Netcom Consultants AB and Tailor Made Consulting Group AB.
THE champion ears of basset hound Mr Jeffries are each 29.
The 0-gauge 'Arsenal' train was made by Northampton model makers Basset Lowke in 1933 and is being sold by Vectis Auctioneers at the Benn Hall in Rugby, Warwickshire.
The breakfast show presenter stepped out near her north London home yesterday with Jon Carter and basset hound Snoop.
Significant hydrocarbon discoveries have been made in the Val Verde Basin in the West Texas area including three giant gas structures, namely the Puckett, Grey Ranch and Brown Basset fields that have produced over 13 tcf of gas to date.
4 -- ran in Simi edition only) At the off-leash park off Route 23, Debby Essman cuddles a friend's basset hound, Tinkerbell.
His hospital provides support, such as low-cost spays, neuters, and microchip readers, to The Basset Hound Rescue Foundation, Washington Humane Society, and other animal shelters.