Earl - 1 year old male Catahoula mix. Earl was rescued from a crowded LA County shelter where he’d come in as a stray. We thought we’d found him a forever home, but unfortunately he was returned a few months later because his over-scheduled adopter decided that she did not have time for a young, very active dog. He is a happy, playful, affectionate boy who LOVES PEOPLE absolutely everyone... and is great with kids! Early has fine leash and car manners, and he’s house¬broken and crate- and doggy-door trained. He responds best to an “alpha” handler (he aced leadership-based obedience classes): like many large-breed adolescents he can be stubborn, so his adopter should have the experience, time and temperament to continue shaping a youngster with Earl’s potential into an adult dog to be proud of. Earl is basically full-grown approximately 60 pounds.
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*Although it’s probably the first one developed in America (and certainly the most colorful!) the Catahoula Leopard Dog is not an AKC-recognized breed. For information about the breed see
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