Good morning Everyone!
Some variation of the term “husky basset hound mix” has led people to this blog over 400 times since 2011. I have always found the popularity of that phrase interesting, since, for a long time, I thought our Mandy was absolutely unique.
Last January, when Sawyer’s owner e-mailed me, having read my post, “A Basset Hound/Siberian Husky Mix“, I learned for that first time that there was at least one other dog out there resembling our precious Mandy. Just to remind you, here’s a picture of Sawyer.
I was delighted! Sawyer had many of Mandy’s physical characteristics, but not all. Even more significantly, Sawyer shared Mandy’s joie d’vivre and laissez-faire attitudes.
I am happy to announce that now third basset hound/husky mix has made an appearance, and this owner has gone so far as to provide us with a name for the basset hound/husky cross – the “Busky.” Somehow it is fitting.
Meet “Bo” who was adopted by Ms. Hess.
He is the first busky we have found that is mostly black, with a white splash across his chest, but the body shape is there, and, Ms. Hess reports, so is the temperament!
Now, to me, Mark and Kayla, Bo is even more wondrous because of another resemblance he bears – to one of our two dearly departed dogs, Woof.
Can you see the resemblance?
Have a great day!
P.S. Any other Basset-Husky mix owners, please let me know about your dog, too. Maybe we can make Busky’s as popular as Labradoodles!