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     17th May 2021 - 35 dogs currently in foster!     We've had puppies!     17th May 2021 - 35 dogs currently in foster!

Hounds Looking For Homes and Latest News!

BRNGB
18 September 2021
Homes Needed
Babs and Caesar Age: 12 Sex: Babs is female, Caesar is male. Health: Both neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Babs has arthritis. Both need weight ...
BRNGB
10 September 2021
News
Wilma APPLICATIONS CLOSED  Age: 4 Sex: Female Health: Neutered, Vaccinated and Microchipped Location: Hereford   "Wilma is funny, energ...
BRNGB
23 August 2021
News
Martha and Albert APPLICATIONS CLOSED Age: Martha is 9, Albert is 8 Sex: Martha – Female, lemon and white Albert – Male, tricolur Health: Neutered, Va...
BRNGB
16 August 2021
News
Ayree APPLICATIONS CLOSED Age: 7 Sex: Male Health: Neutered, Vaccinated and Microchipped Location: Dorset   Ayree came to us having been wit...
BRNGB
07 August 2021
News
Otis APPLICATIONS CLOSED! Age: 4 Sex: Male Health: Neutered, vaccinated and microchipped Location: Liverpool Otis is a hound with a fabulous personali...
BRNGB
02 August 2021
News
So, who is Granny WoofWoof? As you know we had surprise puppies here at BRNGB, all of whom have now gone to their forever homes and they are thriving ...

The Basset Rescue Network of Great Britain

The aims of The Basset Rescue Network of Great Britain are to help ensure every Basset Hound spends their life in a loving, caring home, and to re-home Basset Hounds in need or  have fallen on hard times through no fault of their own and to provide support wherever possible to any Basset Hound owners.

If you can no longer look after your Basset Hound please do not advertise him free to a good home on any websites or local newspapers. You don't know where your dog will end up. We will never judge anyone who has to surrender their Basset Hound as we fully understand that sometimes things just don't work out, the Basset Hounds wellbeing is all that matters to us here at The Basset Rescue Network of Great Britain.

So, please if you find you can no longer care for your Basset Hound get in touch with us, and we will do everything we can to either rehome your Basset Hound or support you to help you keep them.

We use a network of foster homes, transporters and homecheckers throughout the length and breadth of Great Britain to assess the needs of every Basset Hound, make sure they are healthy and ready to be placed in the best possible home.

We have no income and rely entirely on donations and volunteers. To make a donation to The Basset Rescue Network of Great Britain please click here Donate Now
As important as donations are, we are always looking for reliable Volunteers to help with the task of running our Charity, for more information on how you could Volunteer please click on the Volunteer tab on our top menu where you will find the various Volunteer application forms.

If you would like to contact The Basset Rescue Network of Great Britain for any reason then please use our contact form to get in touch Contact Us