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Anybody got Catahula Leapord dogs?
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MikeT    Posted 11-28-2004 at 08:10:45       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Back in the late 50's my dad bought about a 100 springer Brahmer heafers. When it came time to round them up after they dropped calves we discovered that 4 men and a teenager (me) on horses were not up to the task.

After studying on the problem for a few weeks, my dad went to Texas and came back with 2 trained leapord dogs. 3 men and the 2 dogs got the cows and calves up in two days!

Old Red would kill any stray dogs that came around. But he wouldn't bother any of the neighbors dogs. He always went for the back of the neck.


Hawk    Posted 11-28-2004 at 15:21:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
you might mail these folks about their dogs.

(September 17th 2004)
Bar H Catahoulas email brandie@fullnet.net
Looking for a place to hog hunt in South Eastern Oklahoma. We have experianced Catahoulas that can get the job done. Our Catahoulas are used on hogs only and not cattle. Will not bay up cattle. Guaranteed--If our cats bay up on your cows.....we will buy that cow! If you have a hog problem just give us a call and we will do everything in our means to solve the problem for you. All land owners are welcome to come along for the ride.....



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