Known for being the state dog of Louisiana, the Catahoula Leopard Dog is also called the Catahoula Cur. These dogs were bred for working, and were traditionally used in bear hunting, although they can hunt other animals such as deer and pigs. They are also used for farm work, often to herd cattle. This breed comes in a wide variety of colors. Some of these include Red Leopard and Blue Leopard, as well as tri-color and patchwork. Catahoula Leopard Dogs must have daily socialization with people. When raised with children they will become very much like a nanny, sometimes to the point of being overprotective.
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Catahoula Leopard Dog Rescues in the USA
|Houlas & Heelers Catahoula Rescue of New England||Warren||ME||(207) 273-1320|||
|Catahoula Rescue-Ontario||Ottawa, ON||CN|||
|Catahoula Plus Rescue||Tempe||AZ|||
|Blackjack Animal Rescue & Catahoula Connection||Kingston||TN||(423) 340-2138|||
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