Hello there, basset friends. My name is Waylon and I am a BHRSC alumni. I am 11 years old and like another Waylon you may have heard of, I have a song of woe to sing to you.
I spent my first 7 years with the same loving family, but when some of their circumstances changed and they had to move to a small apartment, BHRSC helped me find a wonderful new human mom. I’ve lived with her the last 4 years and we’ve been great companions. But like me, she is getting on in years and now has some complications that mean she must focus on her own health.
I am looking for a very special home because I am a special senior gentleman with a few special needs now. For example, I have arthritis. It is well managed with medication, but it means I’ll do better in a home where I don’t have to deal with any stairs to get outside to do my business. I’m also hoping that my new family can be patient as I learn the layout at your place and what I need to do to get outside quickly. I promise I always hurry, but sometimes one minute you don’t have to go and the next minute you do! You fellow older gents know what I mean.
Other than that I’m a pretty typical basset hound: I’m a very mellow, friendly guy, I love mealtime and naptime, and at this stage I will be very happy in a slower environment where I can have the support and assurance of someone being around most of the time. I’m happiest when I get to be around my people. Could this be at your house? Call BHRSC and let’s find out!
Waylon is neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on vaccines. He has also had lab work and a veterinary dental cleaning. His adoption fee is $200.