Rescuing basset hounds throughout Northern California, south to Kings County, north to the Oregon border and including the Reno/Sparks area of northern Nevada.
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Announcing "GOLDEN OLDIES" - our "Seniors For Seniors" program....If you are 65 or older, you may adopt any of our dogs who are 9 yrs old and older FOR HALF PRICE! Please tell us in the comments box of the adoption application form that you are interested in this option.
This photo is of Sophie, one of our seniors, who sadly went to the Bridge on June 27, 2013 after diagnosis of a large tumor on her spleen and going down in the rear with little to no feeling in those limbs. She had a wonderful life, most recently in the loving care of her foster home. Thank you to the Carlson's!!
GGBR 2014 Rescue Calendars now REDUCED - only $13 INCLUDING shipping available in the Basset Boutique! (click HERE)
Check out the GGBR Event Calendar here!
GGBR will hold periodic "Meet the Bassets" events"Meet the Bassets" Events - at the new Woodlands Pet Food Store in Novato! and at Alameda's Pet Food Express Woodlands Pet Foods in NovatoMARCH 16, 2014 - NOON TO 2PM We will definitely be there on this date. Apologies to anyone who came out in February - error on our part! Pet Food Express, Alameda Occasionally... watch this space... Approved adopters may meet available dogs there. Foster homes encouraged to bring their foster dogs! There is no guarantee that adoptable dogs will be there... if you are interested in any of the dogs on our website, please make sure you have applied and been approved. We will do our best to have that dog (and any others you like) there for you to meet. Our dogs are in foster homes all over northern California, so we have to make special arrangements to get them there.
Check out our newBasset Boutique featuring GGBR embroidered logo clothing, 2014 calendars, GGBR glasses, collectible Waddle TShirts, Fran's fleece coats, and more!
Have you looked at our Zazzle store? You can choose from a wide range of GGBR logo items, or create your own using your own photos and words... and GGBR gets 27% of the purchase price! Click on the scrolling image to the left to get straight there!
ODIE’S HERE!!!Odie is a 9 yr old neutered male who is crate trained. He is a happy, loving boy with great manners. He is shy at first but once he trusts you he is a friend for life. It was said he was afraid of men but his foster home thinks that he seems to like older men better than younger ones. Odie is fearful of children and retreats when they are around so no children for him please.He would do well in a female dog household or as an only dog. He has no resource guarding issues as ...read more about Odie
Dis be Harlee. Before my foster Mom gets started, me just want to let you all know dat me lub me wemmins and me gurls. It no matter how old dey be, me lub dem all!
Before I even start talking about Harlee I want to address his age. I think this is an important topic and one that scares many potential adopters because they feel Harlee is potentially at the end of his life span because he is considered a “Senior Dog”. Age is just a number and if life has taught me anything...read more about Harlee
Any NPR listeners out there? This girl is named after journalist and author, Cokie Roberts, whose (late) basset hound, Abner had something of a "cult following", after he inserted himself into a broadcast of Morning Edition! Cokie, the basset hound was very sadly given up by her owners who have had her her whole life. They love her very much, but are moving to a place where Cokie is not allowed. Cokie is very loving with her family and friendly, but a little reserved, with strangers. She is...read more about Cokie
Foxy is a lovely tri-color 5-year-old female basset, 45 pounds a bit on the small site--and a bit of a pistol, a bit bossy! Her foster family loves her and will miss her when she's gone.
She is friendly and loving, likes to sit and snuggle with her head on your leg while watching TV. She generally does well with other dogs. She is good with small children. Foxy is extremely intelligent and wants to please. She needs a person who has the time to engage with her consistently to teach her ...read more about Foxy
Diblasqui is a courtesy listing for the Milo Foundation, Willits, CA. For more information, or to meet or adopt this great dog, please contact Milo Foundation. Contact information is given, below.This is one handsome chap! His name is pronounced Dib-Las-key. He and his "sister" Prieta, grew up in a home together until they were recently surrendered to their local shelter. Both are friendly and happy dogs who are reportedly friendly and playful with children. They are even tempered and smiley dog...read more about Diblasqui
Please take the time to browse our site, check that adoption of a Basset Hound is right for you, and/or see how you can help in other ways. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact email@example.com.
If you would like to run your own fundraising campaign for GGBR, please click the button below, when you will be taken to our "starter page" on Firstgiving.com. This is a great way to get donations for the annual Waddle, in Novato on July 4th each year!
Cherish your new pet store pup - Stand always by his side. Mend his ills and give him hugs and lots of fun car rides.
Feed him well and let him run to build his body strong. Play with him and give him treats. Love him his whole life long.
You'll soon become his hero. He will not ask you for much. He'll trade his lifelong loyalty for your kind word and touch.
Count him among your blessings, as you are his blessing, too, but then please do just one thing more, When every day is through.
Take time to look into his eyes each night you tuck him in. I bet you'll see reflected there, two other pups like him.
They've never had a family, soft bed, good food, or fun. They live life out in a wire box - and never get to run.
They suffer searing heat at times, at others freezing cold, as weeks and months and years drag by While they are growing old.
So think about his mom and dad who shine there through his eyes, and remember all the mill dogs who are paying with their lives.
If they had ever had a chance, they'd have grown up like him, too, with years of love to give and get before their lives were through.
You'll never see them face to face - Such miracles are rare - But pray for your pup's mom and dad, 'cause someone ought to care...
Don't buy your basset hound over the internet or from a pet store. We can advise you about buying a well bred basset hound from a reputable breeder, and if your heart is set on a puppy, we occasionally get these in rescue also. If you are looking for a reputable breeder in California, check out this website: