Bassett Hound In Slow Motion


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He's just so wrinkly and floppy all over that, if you pinned back his loose skin with clothespins, he would appear to be the size of a Jack Russell terrier under all those folds of skin. And when I say he I mean HE folks, this is an unmistakably male Basset Hound here, as you can tell by his *ahem* just watch the video and you'll see what I'm talking about.

Oh, and for best viewing pleasure, please mute the volume so you're not subjected to the awful song that accompanies this video. And another thing-yes, I'm aware that this video is from 2011, but if you haven't seen it before it's new to you!

--via TDW

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I'm pleasantly surprised by how little slobber there was.

And thanks for the warning about the song... I wish I'd paid attention to it instead of spending half the video thinking "gee that's annoying music"!
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That's a great video... having had a couple of Basset
Hound over the years, I can assure you there is no small dog lurking under all that flesh. Male Bassetts are 30 K or more. One of my Bassetts was a dead ringer for the one in the video. He had more stamina
than many dogs I've known, no porch dog he. They can't
outrun a human, but they can outtrail and often outthink one.
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