Let me introduce myself: I’m Tabasco, a seven year’s young male basset hound. I was rescued from the streets in Long Beach right after the 4th of July… one of the scariest times of the year. The shelter was so full with Independence Day refugees that I was given a firm ultimatum: have a volunteer from BHRSC pick me up right away or else. Fortunately, BHRSC came through and so I never had to learn what the “or else” was.
I’m a happy go lucky hound with energy to spare and love to share. I’m no wallflower. I enter a room with lots of enthusiasm and with a deep desire to brighten your day. I like going on walks, especially if you let me alternate between trotting along at a good pace and stopping abruptly to sniff and enjoy all the delicious smells this world has to offer. And, of course I love belly rubs, treats and just hanging out with you.
If you want a dog that will make you smile every day, then I’m your dude. And a bonus of being the Hound of the Month? My adoption fee is half off! So what do you say? Please visit my Homeless Hounds page and give BHRSC a call today!