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Thank you for saving Chester. I hope his first human ends up sick and locked in a closet! Grrr.....

Bassets weight vary by the dog. You do not want to let him get overwieght because of the problems it can cause with his back etc. Your vet is the best one to tell you a good weight for him. I have 6 adult bassets that weigh between 30 lbs. (a 4 year old female) and about 53 lbs. Ginger needs to lose about 5 lbs., but the vetpeople are thrilled with everyone else's weight.

Sorry I can't offer any advice on the loose stools. Again, I would check with your vet.

Welcome to cyberhound! Please post pics of your furbaby. We love pics.
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