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The Catahoula Leopard Dog is the ultimate working dog
and is said by many to be the world's most versatile breed.
Catahoulas excel at herding cattle and hunting almost any type
of game (including wild boar, raccoon, squirrel, bear, and deer).
Catahoula Leopard Dogs can also be used for SAR and narcotics detection.
They are naturally protective of their home and family, and make excellent
watch/guard dogs. Catahoulas are exceptionally intelligent and loyal.
However, they are also a highly energetic and very assertive breed
and require an experienced owner. A working or hunting home is preferable.
The Catahoula Leopard is an excellent working dog, and a fine
companion for anyone looking for a strong, sturdy pet. Though
we have classified these dogs as relatively aggressive,
the more accurate word is "assertive". These dogs rarely
show aggression toward owners or family.
They are very sure of their territory and who their master is;
they will protect you from anything, even if you don't want them to,
so make sure you have a steady line of discipline and keep this dog in
check. They have very versatile, ever-changing personalities that
can range from utter show-offs, to gruff protectors, to happy child-friendly dogs.
They will respond to discipline and are apparently easy to train.
Catahoula Leopard Dogs tend to be one-person dogs.
They are outdoor dogs, originally bred to help with hunting duties.
They are still used today to round up cows and other livestock, due to
their herding abilities. They are prized dogs among outdoor men for
their individuality and strength. Catahoula Leopard Dogs are also good
at "treeing", or scaring raccoons out of nearby trees. In fact, several
owners report that their Catahoula Leopards climb trees regularly.
Some even climb right over fences and this should be kept in
mind when keeping them in fenced yards. Overall, this dog is excellent
as a strong, independent pet that will need some training before entering
PICTURES OF PUPPIES WE HAD
It's not what you think!!! she was just cold!!!
Let your dog do their duty