FAQs - General

The Basset Rescue Network of Great Britain FAQ's

No. We are a voluntary organisation, with no paid staff, and every penny is vital for us to continue what we do.

 

If, after all efforts, the dog has not settled for whatever reason, you must return the dog to us. We will need to reassess the dog in foster again, so that the issues encountered do not occur again.

Yes. 

Please do not apply for a dog that you will not be able to travel to for a successful meet and greet. We are aware that our dogs are all over the country, but believe that a meet and greet is essential before the adoption goes ahead. This also gives the fosterer time to talk with you about the dog's needs. 

Yes.

We, as a rescue, believe that all non breeding dogs should be neutered to avoid unwanted litters and conflict between hormone filled males. Many dogs in our care will have only been very recently neutered themselves which takes a while for the hormones to leave the system and this can upset both the resident dogs and the newly rehomed.

A Few Of Our Success Stories

  • Winnie
  • Snoopy
  • Sandy
  • Pippa
  • Pheobe
  • Murdoch
  • Lady
  • Harvey
  • Buckley