THE BASSET HOUND CLUB
The website of the basset hound club
advice for serious illnesses
Bloat with a twisted stomach (Gastric dilatation volvulus) is a serious disease in which there is gross distension of the stomach with fluid or gas and gastric mal-positioning. It causes pathology of multiple organ systems and is rapidly fatal. It is common in large and giant-breed dogs.
For more information, download our factsheet from the Downloads page.
Kennel cough is also known as infectious tracheobronchitis (it has also been called Bordatellosis or Bordatella). It is a highly contagious respiratory infection affecting the airways.
More information is available by following the link here.
basset hound welfare
We aim to provide loving and permanent homes for those Basset Hounds whose owners, for whatever reason, can no longer keep them. They, the dispossessed, will need patience, love and security.
If you can help in any way, please do contact us
Welfare is sometimes looking for foster homes for elderly but fit hounds whose owners may not be able to keep them due, possibly, to their own ill health. Is there a spare place by your fireside?
Contact Basset Hound Welfare for all information and advice on your Basset Hound, or if you are looking to provide a home for a disadvantaged hound from the charity, please ring your nearest representative.
For other information about the charity including memorabilia and friends of Basset Hound Welfare please contact our registered office;
Mrs Margaret Bibby
2 Deane Hall
Telephone: 01257 451553