Utah Friends of Basset Hounds

Helping rescued bassets find forever homes since 2002.

Contact UFBH

General Inquiries

If you have questions or concerns, we would love to hear from you. Send us a note and we will get in touch as quickly as possible.

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Alternate Contact Information

  • 1338 S Foothill Drive #172
    Salt Lake City, UT 84108
  • Surrendering a Hound

Board of Trustees

  • President

    Peggy Chudd

    The President is responsible for providing overall direction to UFBH. The President conducts membership meetings as needed.


  • Vice President

    Carol Mundinger

    The Vice President conducts all business of the Organization in the absence of the President. The Vice-President also serves as our Dog Intake Coordinator.


  • Secretary

    Kristi Mildon

    The Secretary records attendance and minutes of all meetings and distributes them to the members. The Secretary also currently serves as Adoption Coordinator.


  • Treasurer

    The Treasurer is responsible for the finances of the organization. This includes payment of bills and reimbursement of members for expenses incurred in rescue work. The Treasurer prepares a bi-monthly financial statement, showing income and expenses, which he/she presents at each general meeting. The Treasurer also prepares an annual financial report.

  • Fundraising & Media

    Peggy Chudd

    The Fundraising Coordinator evaluates, proposes, and coordinates fundraising ideas. This position also includes posting advertisements in the newspapers when we are planning function.


  • Foster Coordinator

    Carol Mundinger

    The Foster Coordinator maintains records on all foster volunteers. This position also includes dispersing information about the expectations of fostering a basset hound for UFBH and doing regular check-ins regarding behavior and general basset welfare, with foster families who currently have a foster basset in residence.


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