In Loving Memory — Memorials of Our Beloved Dogs
Always in our hearts, we will never forget the special dogs that have touched our lives. This section is in honor of BROOD adopted hounds and other dogs of BROOD members that have passed away.
Submit your dog's photo and it will be displayed on this memorial page. Please see our Pet Memorials page for complete details and the photo submission form. All dogs of paid-up BROOD members are eligible for display on the In Loving Memory section.
Only one photo of each dog will be featured at a time on the In Loving Memory page.
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"If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever."
Memphis passed in 2020 owned by Tracey Dreiss
We adopted Memphis in 2014. He was one of the best dogs I’ve ever known. He’s in this year’s BROOD calendar, my August pin-up boy.
Georgia passed in 2011 owned by Rebecca Moore
Georgia was my first BROOD basset. She is why I fell in love with the breed.
Winston passed in 2009 owned by Chris and Bruce Williams
Our “Good Boy” left us way too soon. We miss your handsome face and soft fur every day.
Diesel passed 2012 owned by Pat Voltmer
Diesel and Emme were best friends to the end as this picture shows them “touching paws”. Diesel went to the Rainbow Bridge 8/21/12. Emme followed her best bud to the Bridge 7/19/13. I know they’re still touching paws.
Champ Caito passed 2020 owned by Steve and Kerry Caito
We love and miss our sweet boy, Champ SO much He gave us the most memorable 14 years and is the reason we fell in love with basset hounds:) Rest In Peace sweet boy
Henry Augustus Drayton passed 2020 owned by Darcy Drayton
Henry Augustus how your mama misses you! You were an absolute angel on four legs and our time together was too brief.
Lucy passed in 2020 owned by Laura Mills
Adopted from BROOD at the age of 5. it took her a little while to warm up but she became my heart. She died May 28 from liver cancer and she is missed.
Elvis Monroe Greenblatt passed in 2018 owned by Kim and Jeff Greenblatt
Elvis was the best dog anyone could ask for. He had such a loving disposition and made friends with everyone he met. Elvis may have left the building, but will forever remain in our hearts.