Morri Details
Animal ID:
Status: Looking for a home
Species: Dog
Breed: Basset Hound
Age: 4 y.o.
Gender: Male
Size: Small
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Housetrained: Yes
Intake Date:
Location: USA
Adoption Price: 650
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About Morri

Morri is a dashing gentleman and at approximately 4 years young, Morri is the epitome of a basset hound: loyal, loving, energetic and just a tad goofy. Rescued from the clutches of a kill shelter, this noble hound was skinny and malnourished. But with a little TLC and a whole lot of treats, Morri has blossomed into a bundle of joy weighing in 33 lb.
When it comes to leash training, Morri’s enthusiasm for walkies knows no bounds! Sure, he might pull a bit out of sheer excitement, but can you blame him? The world is just so full of fascinating smells and intriguing sights! And fear not, fellow pedestrians, for Morri is a model citizen with no leash reactivity towards his furry compatriots.
As for potty training, Morri is showing off his versatility by mastering the art of both pee pads and outdoor business. He is working on perfecting his housebreaking skills, but hey, Rome wasn’t built in a day, right?
Now, let’s address the elephant in the room… or should I say, the basset in the car? While Morri may not be the biggest fan of car rides, he’s slowly but surely overcoming his nerves. Sure, there may have been a few accidents in the past (we won’t dwell on the details), but with each journey, our intrepid traveler grows more confident and less, well, poopy.
But fear not, dear potential adopters, for Morri’s quirks are outweighed by his myriad of marvelous qualities! From his love of squeezing toys to his penchant for pets, Morri is a canine connoisseur of cuddles. Friendly to a fault, he greets everyone with a wagging tail, spreading joy wherever he goes.
And don’t forget his impeccable manners! Morri is a true gentleman, exhibiting no source guarding around food or toys and getting along famously with both humans and their furry counterparts. Cats? They don’t exist. Birds? Well, let’s just say he’s got a bit of a “chase first, ask questions later” approach.

In conclusion, Morri is more than just a basset hound – he’s a furry ambassador of love, ready to join outdoor-loving family who will cherish him as much as he cherishes them. Morri would thrive in a home with a fenced-in backyard where he can expend his abundant energy—after all, he’s a real basset hound! Therefore, individuals who love and understand the breed are preferable. So, if you’re in the market for a four-legged friend who’s equal parts silly and sweet, look no further than Morri!