JH's Sadsack Bassets
JH's Sadsack Bassets Mansfield,Oh
Welcome To Hamilton's Sadsack
Home of Bassethounds bred for Quality not Quantity
Breeder for Over 11 years.
Bred for Breed Standard, Long Ears, Sad Eyes,
Heavy Bones and Wonderful Temperaments !
* AKC Registered
* Family Raised / Indoors
* Complete Medical Vet Check
* Well Socialized
* Written Health Guarantee Time and Courage has come around a bit and many people are really wanting to hear the pitter patter of little paws. So With a lot of long thinking alot of sole searching we have decided to try for a few litters soon,
If All goes well we should have Hamilton's Sadsack bassets newest arrivals around Spring 2003 We will keep you informed along the way ! We have a waiting list should you want to be added to the list!! Please however don't ever forget about what has put us on hold.... The article below
Baby Aurther (13 weeks)
Enlight of The Tragic Events Alot of animals have been left homeless as well as in shelters( this has been due to the military call of action and many Economy issues) As Responsible Breeders we have made the decision that we will not be having any litters until further notice! Future Litters being considered For Spring 2003!! *Things must become better in able to enjoy the Pitter Patter of four little paws! *We do not ever want anyone to be put in the position of Not being able to provide for their furry little friend!
Please continue to view our sight, enjoy the pictures,read all the informative articles and feel free to e-mail with any questions. We would be happy to try and help! God Bless Our Nation, Our President, Our Troops and All others.
Our Prayers Are with you!
Gabby's 1st litter 3 weeks old
Momma Gabby!! ( Lunch Time!!!)
Gabby 6 Weeks.
Gabby & 4 week old litter.
6 month old Quincy
(Hope & Brownie's Son!!!)
Gabby 6 weeks!
Hannah & Hope! ( Momma dogs)
References Available Upon Request !!!
Hopes Mother....She is Retired!!!
6 month old Quincy and Gabby's 5 weeks old litter! ( He was the Nanny)
Hannah's 1 day old Puppies!
Quincy 8 Weeks( A TRUE Lemon & White)
A True Lemon & White is born just about Snow white with just a hint of color. The coloring develops on the puppy as the puppy gets older!
Red & White of the Lighter shades are often mistaken by some as a Lemon & White! Just remember when looking , at birth a True Lemon & White appears to be just about SNOW WHITE !!
Tri-Babies ( Hopes litter
Gabby & litter mate 5 weeks Old!
Presley 6 weeks( Presley flew to New Jersey to live when he was 9 weeks old!
Brandy ( Brownie & Hannah's
Please contact Us if for further information or if we can be of any further Help!!!
Hope ( 6 weeks)
Quincy & Doddger
Lacy We will ship to you via Delta Airlines
There is an Additional cost of $145.00 the fee is to cover the puppies Heatlh Certificate ( which is required by Law before the puppy can fly ) as well as the kennel to fly the puppy out. The air line fees are to be covered on your end by you the buyer!!! To find out prices Please call Delta Pet First Desk at 1-888-736-3738.
Bassets are Very Loyal to their Owners
Below are a few issues that basset naturally Have!!!
Separation Anxiety: The fear of being left alone.
Separation anxiety is the inability of your Basset to cope when left by itself.
Many of the Bassets you have seen in shelters of rescues have been abandoned by their owner – a person whom they trusted completely. Confused and emotionally distraught, they may suffer from this condition when you bring them into your new home. You may very well see some troubling behaviors resulting from separation anxiety in your Basset. Chewing, digging, barking, whining, accidents, pacing (and in severe cases self-mutilation) are examples. However, do not panic! It may take some time but there are some simple, yet important, steps that you can take to help your Basset become more confident and relaxed. It is very important to remember that your Basset is not trying to punish you or get even with you for leaving it alone! Rather your Basset is acting up because of an extreme fear of being abandoned once again. It is most important NOT to punish your Basset. This will perpetuate the problem. The main thing your Basset needs at this time is love and reassurance. Your Bassets confidence has been severely damaged, and your job is to reestablish this with consistency and constant praise. Plan to take a few days (weekend or vacation) and practice coming and going. The first time you leave your Basset, should be for one minute. Do not make a big deal about coming home or leaving. Your Basset will probably be excited upon your return. Speak to your pet calmly with praise and immediately start a task. After a few minutes, reward your Basset and spend some time in play. Resume your task, then throughout the day leave and return varying the amount of time that you are away. It is important to not make the time consistent, such as 1 minute then 2, then 3, etc.…. vary the times slowly increasing, until your Basset is able to be left alone for up to thirty minutes without acting out a negative behavior. Your Basset must come to realize that when you leave, it is not forever, and you will return. If your pet relapses, start the process over. Building confidence is the key!
The following will also help:
Have someone visit your Basset while you are away. Another pet (Basset preferred) to keep it company helps.
Leave 1-2 special toys, and rotate toys for variety to alleviate boredom.
Leave TV or radio on at a low level.
Leave an article with your scent on it.
Obedience train your Basset. Practice the commands with your Basset which reassures him/her that he/she is pleasing you.
Provide a ‘safe spot’ (what was once 'your' bed) for your Basset and confine it if needed.
Consult a pet behaviorist. There are SOLUTIONS! Please don’t give up on your friend.
Please Be sure to take the time to go through the site as we provide alot of information. We try to be as helpful and informative as possible!!
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