Breed: Armenian Wolf killer
In Aramaic language “bassit” means naïve. Wide open, trusting eyes, willingness to following someone he saw the first time into a new life created his name…
We found Bassit on the street in winter, hungry, very skinny, hardly walking. The vet said he had severe distemper, survived by a miracle but as a consequence half of his lung is gone and stomach, sweetbread and liver are seriously damaged. We began the treatment without any real chances to succeed… We fought for his life and health over 3 months and the miracle happened. Now he is a healthy and happy dog.
He is so noble, even in the most severe fight for a territory or his girl he never goes to the end; as soon as the “enemy” surrenders Bassit leaves him. The most favorite place of Bassit is a half ruined Saint Sargis church around 2 km away from us. If you cannot find Bassit for some 2 hours, just walk to the church, he is lying there in the grass, in an absolute peace and harmony!