Basador, Basadore, Bassadoor
Living with a Bassador
Temperament: The Bassador is a calm, friendly,intelligent, loyal dog with a good disposition. They can be sensitive to peoples emotions.
Family Dog: The Bassador makes a wonderful family pet. They are good with children and other household pets.
Shedding: The Bassador is a constant shedder.
Training: The Bassador responds well to praise and positive reinforcement.
Barking: The Bassador tends to howl or bay rather than bark. They also have a low, murmuring whine when they want attention.
Appearance: The Bassador is a large dog with short legs have many different coat varieties.
Size: The Bassador is between 15 to 18 inches tall at the withers with an average weight between 50 to 70 pounds.
Ears: The Bassador has long, floppy ears.
Forequarters: The Bassador has very short front legs with slightly turned out paws.
Tail: The Bassador has a long, tapering tail that stands upright with a slight curve to it.
Characteristics: The Bassador has the strong hunting instinct of the Basset Hound.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being
represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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