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Knoxville, TN - Dutchess and Roscoe's litter of pups...notice there is only one lemon and white...she was so cute!!!  They looked like little cows!

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Dutchess and Roscoe's litter of pups...notice there is only one lemon and white...she was so cute!!! They looked like little cows!

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“My Bad! Just hold me. ”

Since: Aug 07

Orion's Belt

#1 Sep 15, 2008
They are so cute! I love little cows. The white one is an angel.

How old are they now?

“Did it on em'”

Since: Feb 07

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#2 Sep 15, 2008
Oh gosh they would be about 4 1/2 yrs old now...it's funny because Dutchess was pregnant with her litter while I was pregnant with my son. The litter was born in late Oct. 2003 I think, so I guess they would be closer to 5 now. We only had the one litter. We see three of the puppies from time to time because we sold them to aquantices (sp???) of ours.

She had 6...Buster, Honey, T, RJ, DJ, Cliff

Two girls one boy....

Earl Keese

“global warming is a hoax”

Since: Apr 08

knoxville

#3 Sep 15, 2008
dogs !!!!!!

Since: Jul 08

Knoxville

#4 Sep 15, 2008
They are so cute and awesome! Bassets rule!! Great pictures!!

People think that, as in your pictures, Bassets are slow and sleepy a lot. Not true; total clowns, and always ready to cut up.

“Did it on em'”

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#5 Sep 16, 2008
Knox_LB wrote:
They are so cute and awesome! Bassets rule!! Great pictures!!
People think that, as in your pictures, Bassets are slow and sleepy a lot. Not true; total clowns, and always ready to cut up.
OMG! Yes! Mine have just now started to slow down a bit...Roscoe is 9 and Dutchess is almost 8 and they can still run and play with the best but for the most part when they get in the house they make a couple round around the house then find the nearest soft surface to crash on. A few years back that wasn't so much the case.

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