It's not every day that you come across a dog that's both a scent hound and a mastiff as the pairing of these two types of dogs rarely ever happens naturally. The Bebasset Bordeaux is such a dog, resulting from crossing three breeds: a Beagle, a Basset Hound and a Dogue de Bordeaux. We wouldn't be surprised if you'd never heard of this particular breed of dog since there aren't that many of them out there. Folks who have cared for a member of the Bebasset Bordeaux breed have claimed that these dogs can be very friendly but need lots of physical activity and structure in their lives. If you're thinking about adopting a Bebasset Bordeaux, here are a few activities that help this dog get those two things in spades.
Guard dog, tracking hound, hiking companion - a Bebasset Bordeaux can learn to fill a lot of roles once they've been given the proper training and guidance. Despite the fact that this breed dog currently lacks the renown of either of their parent breeds, we feel that they have a number of traits that will help give them a place in the hearts of pet enthusiasts around the globe. The Bebasset Bordeaux is a dog that should probably only be cared for by an experienced pet parent as their needs are quite different from more common dog breeds. Follow this guide to the best of your ability so that you and your Bebasset Bordeaux can kick things off right.