Whether you believe Tarth to be full of Sapphires or not, Tarth the Basset is definitely full of spunk! This handsome guy came to us from Moreno Valley and has quickly risen in the volunteer favorite ranks. Tarth is a lively, energetic, spritely, and playful low riding dude who digs his daily walks and play time with friends. At around a year and half old, we estimate Tarth is fully-grown at about 40-45 pounds. Tarth gets along well with other dogs, including his besties Stark and Avril, and is very happy to hang out with anybody who obliges him. With a short easy to care for coat, Tarth is as low maintenance in the grooming department as they come. This guy truly lives up to his Basset Hound heritage and is quite amiable to anyone he meets. He could do well in most environments big or small, provided he does get a good amount of daily exercise to keep his mind sharp. Tarth loves playing tug of war, and while he still has some puppylike tendencies in his play, this smart cookie definitely has the aptitude for obedience training. Plus, who can resist those classic Basset eyes just begging you for some love? Come in and see just how great this guy is, we guarantee you’ll want to take him home!
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