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Ba-Shar Pictures

Basset Hound / Scottish Terrier Mixed Breed Dogs

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The front left side of a brown with white Ba-Shar that is being walked across a lawn

"Samson the Ba-Shar at 2 years old has won many Best Puppy classes at dog shows as he was growing up. He draws attention wherever he goes; everyone wants to know what breed he is. He is very good at canine agility and loves going through the tunnels and doing the jumps (even though he has short Basset legs). Despite having a stubborn Basset Hound for a father, he is extremely obedient. Samson is very chunky, weighing 26 kg and has a very thick, soft coat just like a teddy bear. Towards the end of last year Samson developed a food allergy and now has to be fed on a strict hypoallergenic food. I wonder if this has anything to do with the combination of the two breeds and if anyone else's Ba-Shar has developed a food allergy? He is doing very well on his new diet, though."

Other Names
  • Sharp Asset
  • Walrus
Close Up - The left side of the face of a brown with white Ba-Shar.

Samson the Ba-Shar at 2 years old

The front right side of a brown with white Ba-Shar that is sitting on a carpet and it is wearing a Santa hat

Samson the Ba-Shar at 2 years old playing Santa

The left side of a brown with white Ba-Shar that is laying across a wicker love seat

"Samson the Ba-Shar at 7 months old—he was born at my home; we have both mum (Lucy, a horse-coat, red fawn Shar-Pei) and dad (Marmaduke, a red and white Basset Hound). He is a chunky, playful bundle of fun. He turns heads wherever we go; everyone wants to know what breed he is. He weighs 25 kg at 8.5 months old and is slightly taller than his dad. He has his dad's Basset legs and long body. His nose and head are much like his mum but not as many wrinkles as the Shar-Pei and his coat is a deep apricot colour and very thick and soft, like a giant teddy bear and a wonderful thick 'basil brush' type tail. His lips seem to be a combination, very thick but very loose and he produces so much dribble and it flies in all directions when he shakes. He is very cheeky and has started to develop a stubborn streak. He also likes to sit down to eat and drink. He was easy to house train. He has a definite guard-dog character and likes to make himself heard with a very deep bark and it's very hard to get him to be quiet once he gets going with his woofing."

A brown with white Ba-Shar(right) and a brown and white Basset Hound(left) are sitting on a wicker love seat.

Samson the Ba-Shar (right) at about 7 months old with his dad Marmaduke (left) who is a purebred Basset Hound

The left side of a brown with white Ba-Shar(front) and the right side of a tan with black Shar-Pei(behind) are laying on a walkway in front of a house. They both are lookign forward.

Samson the Ba-Shar (front) at about 7 months old with his mum Lucy (behind) who is a purebred Shar-Pei

The right side of a brown with white Ba-Shar puppy that is sitting on a blanket in front of a dog toy.

Samson the Ba-Shar puppy at 3 weeks old

Close up - A brown with white Ba-Shar puppy is licking a 4x4 piece of wood in front of it.

Samson the Ba-Shar puppy at 3 weeks old

Close Up - Princess the Ba-Shar puppy with its mouth open and tongue out

Princess the Ba-Shar puppy (Basset Hound / Shar-Pei mix breed) at about 13 weeks old showing off her black spotted tongue

Bailey the Ba-Shar as a puppy laying on a carpet in front of a couple plush toys

"Bailey the Ba-Shar attacking her camel, which she subsequently wrestled with for so long, she tore its throat out. When I took her to PetSmart to pick out a toy she picked out a toy the same size as her and now we just replace it with a new one; she loves it."

Angus the Ba-Shar laying on a golf cart with a jacket on

Angus the Basset / Shar-Pei mix (Ba-Shar) at 14 months old

Close Up - Abby the Ba-Shars face

Abby the Basset Hound / Shar-Pei mix (Ba-Shar)

Front view of a wide chested, extra skinned, wrinkly, drop eared dog sitting down next to a panda stuffed plush toy that is larger than the dog.

Arthur the Basset / Shar-Pei mix (Walrus dog) as a puppy next to a panda bear stuffed toy.

Close Up - Bella the Ba-Shar laying next to a Santa toy

"Bella the Basset Hound / Shar-Pei mix (Ba-Shar) at 2 years old—the stitches are from her eyelid surgery, which has gone really well!"

Close Up - Buddy the Ba-Shar laying on a crocheted blanket

"Buddy the Basset Hound / Shar-Pei mix (Ba-Shar) at 7 years old—he loves to eat bees!"

Four Ba-Shars laying on a couch in-between a man and a lady

"Two owners with four Shar-Pei / Bassets: Jamey (human), Angus (5), Abby (5), Bella (2), Buddy (7), and Tom (another human!). You can just see Angus's blue tongue. To take this photo was akin to herding cats—everyone wanted to look in different directions at once!"

Angus the Ba-Shar standing in front of a person

Angus the Basset / Shar-Pei mix (Ba-Shar) at 14 months old

Side view of a large headed, wrinkly, extra skinned dog with thick drop ears that hang down to the sides of its head, a large blocky extra skinned muzzle, and a thick body.

Arthur the Basset / Shar-Pei mix (Walrus dog) at 1 year old

Angus the Ba-Shar sitting

Angus the Basset / Shar-Pei mix (Ba-Shar) at 14 months old—"Everybody is constantly stopping me to ask what breed he is; he is not only a show-stopper but he is ultra-intelligent."

Bailey the Ba-Shar puppy standing on a carpet

Bailey the Ba-Shar (Basset Hound / Shar-Pei mix breed) puppy at 12 weeks old

Jed the Ba-Shar climbing a dog agility A-Frame at a dog park

Jed the Basset / Shar-Pei mix (Ba-Shar) at 3 years old on an agility ramp.

Close Up - Max the Ba-Shar as a puppy laying on a bed

Max, a mix of a Chinese Shar-Pei and a Basset Hound (Ba-Shar) as a young puppy

Max the Ba-Shar as a puppy laying on a bed with dog toys in front of him

Max, a mix of a Chinese Shar-Pei and a Basset Hound (Ba-Shar) as a young puppy with his rope toy

Bailey the Ba-Shar laying on a carpet

Bailey the Ba-shar mix breed dog at 2 years old, weighing 35 pounds—"It looks like she’s staying that size. Every time we go to the dog park at least 3 people ask me what kind of dog she is. She’s affectionate, curious, and loves to chase dogs chasing tennis balls. I can’t convince her to chase her own tennis ball but she loves chasing other dogs. It took a while but she’s finally grown into her body and a little into her head.""