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BEAU: 12 - 14 months old, male, neutered, short coat basset, 50 lbs, house-trained in progress, gets along great with other dogs, kids, highly active with all that puppy, young adult energy, very friendly. Beau would be great for an active family. He does not seem to care about the feral cats outside, but will bark at them, if the other hounds are making a fuss.

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Texas Puppymill Bust resulted in the seizure of 500 dogs. Two senior, un-adoptable bassets, Nancy & Sophie came to Basset Rescue Network on 10/28/09.

Who We Are

Basset Rescue Network was founded in 2005 by Carol Ashley & Dawn Smith. Our organization is comprised of volunteers from all walks of life, who donate their time, talents, labor and money to assist in saving the lives of Basset Hounds.

As a non-profit organization, we focus on the purebred basset hound who may end up in animal shelters, humane societies, or may be the victim of animal abuse, neglect, perhaps the basset hound was just unwanted, a situation beyond the control of an owner may land a basset hound in a "rescue" - or just being misunderstood. Each hound has their own story and our volunteers pick hounds up from shelters and transport them to our rehabilitation center, to the vets, help socialize, care for them, feed them, groom them, work with them on leash training, house training, etc. 

We know basset hounds, it's as simple and as complex as that statement. Being a dwarf breed, with the heaviest bone density of canines, the basset is not for everyone. Those of us who volunteer in basset rescue do so, because we can help the hounds we come in contact with, help them recover from health issues, homelessness and behavioral problems. Once a hound is rehabilitated and properly socialized, we also know how to find people seeking a basset hound, and help them integrate them into their homes. www.daphneyland.com

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Come Visit Us at 6221 Shannon VAlley Road, Acton, CA 93510

San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles and Southbay:

Take the 405 North to the 5 North to the 14 North. Approximately 20 minutes up is the Red Rover Mine Rd offramp.
Take the exit, stay straight. DO NOT MAKE ANY TURNS. 1.5 miles up is Shannondale Rd.
Turn RIGHT. Shannon Valley Rd. is at the end.
Turn LEFT onto dirt road. Come up 6 properties and look for the Daphneyland Basset Rescue Ranch sign.
Turn RIGHT up the long driveway. The ranch is at the end on your right.

Lancaster, Palmdale, Mojave and Antelope Valley:

14 Freeway Southbound, EXIT at Red Rover Mine Rd.
Turn LEFT onto Sierra Highway. Immediately veer to your RIGHT. 1.5 miles up is Shannondale Rd.
Turn RIGHT. Shannon Valley Rd. is at the end.
Turn LEFT onto dirt road. Come up 6 properties and look for the Daphneyland Basset Rescue Ranch sign.
Turn RIGHT up the long driveway. The ranch is at the end on your right.


Basset Rescue Network

Acton, CA 93510
Phone: 661-269-2682

Email: Basset911@aol.com
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