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Posted in Uncategorized on 2012/11/20 by bassetthounds


Basset Hound Training: The Significance Of Patience And Consistency

Posted in Uncategorized on 2012/04/24 by bassetthounds

Basset Hound Training: The Significance Of Patience And Consistency

Do you know that patience and consistency are
vital variables in basset hound training?
Perhaps you are a starter in the world of dog
ownership and training. Well, be advised that
such components are necessary and useful in any
dog training endeavor. You should really be
patient so as to remain consistent. In fact,
patience and consistency must work hand in hand
so as to enjoy an exciting, productive and
effective basset hound training.

Some basset hounds are complicated to train. You
may need to convince them that proper training
will give them numerous benefits and rewards. If
you can’t offer your dog convincing reasons why
training, exercise and other dog-related
activities must be done regularly, then expect
to contend with a rather stubborn and unruly
pet. You may even have to settle for a basset
that would rather sleep, chase cars and dig or
hunt for some scents.

Training a basset hound can be really a handful,
especially if your dog is very unruly, unsociable
and feels dominant or aggressive. However, it is
never impossible be successful in basset hound
training mainly because loads of efficient dog
training information and resources can now lend
you a hand. Besides, if you are loaded with
patience and determination, then there’s nothing
much to worry about. The more patient and driven
you are to train your dog, the more consistent
you will be in doing your dog training routines.
Evidently, it is only by means of persistence and
consistency that you can make your pet become
accustomed to being well-mannered.

Sadly though, only a few basset hound owners
make sure that they can properly and
consistently train their pets. Some folks would
leave it to chance, and some are merely
contented with the few minutes that they can
spend with their dogs. Because of this, they are
often taken aback with the many accidents and
troubles brought about by their pet’s habits and
behaviors. What’s the point of owning such a
breed of dog if you aren’t actually willing and
determined enough to provide for his needs? Why
let your dog be an untrained or poorly-trained
one if proper means of training can actually
give you many different benefits and positive
effects? Why be inconsistent if it’s truly
essential for you to regularly do your dog
training routines?

Always remember that basset hounds are
inherently bright and exceptional dogs.
Nevertheless, they need proper guidance and
training so that they can be a desirable and
acceptable member of the society. You must be
the type of pack leader that is
reasonably-affectionate, disciplined and patient
or persistent. It is through your own efforts
that you can make your basset become used to
behaving well and doing desirable things.
Evidently, patience and consistency are the main
elements that make a effective basset hound
training. So why neglect such imperative and
beneficial aspects?

Hannah Downey is a respectable source of a
multitude of quality basset hound training
information. For additional useful basset hound
training articles and blog posts, please go to

Echols a Relentless Hunter

Posted in Uncategorized on 2011/03/06 by bassetthounds

A must get Book Basset Hounds Community Blog Recommended I have a lot of respect and admiration for Police Officers.They risk their lives in a daily basis for our protection.Thank you Ramon Diaz

Using DNA technology Echols and investigators were able to identify Krajcir as Sheppard’s killer with only a small trace of DNA evidence. Krajcir’s subsequent confession in the Sheppard case led investigators to look at similar cold cases in the region, which eventually led Krajcir’s confession in eight other murders and countless rapes in four states.

Echols credits the advance of DNA technology and the help of countless investigators, crime lab experts and law enforcement officials in four states in solving the cold cases.

“How do you like a book like this?” Echols said. “It is nonfiction, written from the perspective of an investigator. The story’s never been told, nothing’s been written from the investigators perspective.”

Book signing

Author Paul Echols, a retired Carbondale police lieutenant and will be at the following book signings.

1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Barnes and Noble in Carbondale.

6:30 p.m. March 15, a public reception and book signing, followed by a presentation by Echols will be held at the Shawnee Community College campus in Anna. Books will be available to purchase.


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