Don & Pam Bullock have published this website for information only. None of the information constitutes legal or professional advice to our visitors. Don & Pam Bullock accept no responsibility for information and/or data contained on, or linked to this website. Nor do Don & Pam Bullock sell any animals or services on this website. Any dog listed as being available will be sold only from our home after we have conducted a thorough investigation of the family and their home. We do not ship dogs or sell sight unseen.
The Woebgon Basset’s website contains links to third party websites. These sites are not under the control of Don & Pam Bullock nor is the couple responsible for the contents of any of these linked sites, including without limitation, any link contained in a linked website, or any changes or updates to a linked site. These links are provided by Don & Pam Bullock to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement by Don & Pam Bullock of the site or any association with its operators.
We want those who visit our website to become informed about basset hounds and our bassets in particular. This is our favorite breed of purebred dogs and we hope others will discover why we enjoy them so much. Our bassets are our children.
This website was created and is maintained by Don Bullock.
He can be reached at email@example.com
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Please also download the RED FLAG WARNING TO PUPPY BUYERS document. This list of DANGERS in finding a puppy was composed with the assistance of a group of independent Responsible Basset Hound Breeders on the Facebook Basset Basics Page.
We know some of you are anticipating our next litter. Having litters is very time consuming and takes a lot of effort both physically and emotionally. Nadia was brought over here from Hungary because of her exceptional pedigree. We are currently working on plans to breed Nadia in early 2018. Right now we're deciding on a sire. We will most likely use Caicos or one of his brothers. It's not possible to predict yet when the breeding will happen. Nadia' heat cycle will the determining factor. Watch here for updates.
Those who are interested is a possible puppy from this planned litter can email us. Please include information about your family (including animals), home and yard plus anything else that will help us know more about you. The link below will tell you more about what to include. We will acknowledge your inquiry by return email and send you personal updates as they come. Pam will put together a list and call people once we get closer to breeding Nadia or when we know she's pregnant.
Please understand that we throughly screen all potential puppy buyers (see statement at the bottom of this page). Sending us your information is in no way a promise from us that there will even be puppies available much less who will get one. At Woebgon Bassets we DO NOT take deposits for upcoming litters. We work with people and mutually agree on the best homes for ALL puppies only after prospective families have visited our home and seen all our bassets including the puppies and we have had a chance to talk with them personally.
SPECIAL NOTE: We have noticed recently that some websites have listed Woebgon Bassets on them. We have NEVER authorised any websites other than those published by the basset hound clubs to which we belong to include any information about us. We do not condone any such websites that list breeders. Please be very careful going to ANY of these websites. One that I discovered tries to freeze your computer and hold it for ransom money.
To understand more about the breeding process and what we do here at Woebgon Bassets please check out:
The following quote from The Kennel Club (United Kingdom) is excellent and one that all breeders and buyers should follow no matter where they live:
We agree strongly with this statement and insist that puppy buyers visit our home and see all our basset hounds. We also throughly investigate all potential buyers and their families. This is what is best for ALL involved, especially the puppy.
We still think it’s important to build dogs with pedigrees rather than technology. And every longtime breeder I know is really proud of the line of dogs they built with very careful pedigree analysis.
Jacquelyn Fogel in AKC Gazette, May 2017, Vol. 134, No. 4 (LINK: Gazette Issue)
The AKC Standard for Basset Hounds guides our breeding choices.