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Woof! [Mar. 26th, 2018|09:46 am]
Tony Grist
First thing this morning we had a visit from a basset hound. What deep voices they have!
This one told us we were his long-lost family and he loved us very much and could he have some cat biscuits please. Ailz rang round and found he belongs to the people who own the chickens and the alpacas. There must be a gap in the fence- or maybe he dug one; that's what bassets do, isn't it?
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[User Picture]From: puddleshark
2018-03-28 06:51 am (UTC)
Oh, bless him! Such anarchic dogs, basset hounds. A very tiny old neighbour of mine used to have one, and was never in any sort of control, even when the dog was on the lead.
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2018-03-28 10:15 am (UTC)
This one was all over the place, hunting down the interesting scents. I reckon they're defined by their highly developed sense of smell- led by the nose, in a manner of speaking.
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[User Picture]From: faunhaert
2018-03-28 08:00 pm (UTC)
they are great for finding short cuts

its fun he told you a story
might have told you about the journey through the hedge
and everything he saw on the way
along with what he smelled.
nose stories are important to a bassenet
maybe the original spelling is really base-enet
but the beagle people made it fit their
world view? beagles being more on the high end of brassy.

one of mom's chickens did that for dad's birthday
came in and talked to only him, and the others
sat and watched in her thru the window.
it was really amazing.

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