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Re: Catahoula Treedogs

Postby macedonia mule man » Fri Nov 23, 2018 11:52 am

Cassandra, I have a customer that has bred these dogs for 30 yrs. most turn out b/t weigh around 70+ lbs beautiful dogs and smart. Usually a one family dog. Keep you a few out of the litter and start and hunt them alone. Don't hunt them with your hounds just start walking them through the woods and you can tell what they have a desire to do. Don't do any kind of artificial stimulation. Don't show them what you want to hunt, let them show you what they do best. That's the only way you can tell what their NATURAL desire is.
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Re: Catahoula Treedogs

Postby GCLeps » Sat Nov 24, 2018 2:46 am

Very nice looking dogs! The two that i had were NALC registered as well and very hard going dogs they were naturals in the woods. But very trashy when they started especially the male he loved the deer but i finally got him broke. These 2 Cats is what got me involved in the leopards. I sold the Cats right before i got married then 5 years later was looking for dogs again. Good luck with them dogs they are beautiful!
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Re: Catahoula Treedogs

Postby Redwood Coonhounds » Sun Nov 25, 2018 1:15 am

macedonia mule man wrote:Cassandra, I have a customer that has bred these dogs for 30 yrs. most turn out b/t weigh around 70+ lbs beautiful dogs and smart. Usually a one family dog. Keep you a few out of the litter and start and hunt them alone. Don't hunt them with your hounds just start walking them through the woods and you can tell what they have a desire to do. Don't do any kind of artificial stimulation. Don't show them what you want to hunt, let them show you what they do best. That's the only way you can tell what their NATURAL desire is.


I don't do artificial anything. I don't do drags, or cages or any of that. They get hauled to the woods. These two have from the beginning liked coon, fox and big game. There are no hogs in my woods, and I coon hunt out in cow pastures and they pay livestock no mind. The bitch will catch a squirrel from time to time. The male I keep an eye on, he's pretty clean but he'll run a deer also if someone else gets after it first. These guys have drive, and they have a pretty damn good natural treeing instinct. They run to catch and will stay hooked. Just like a hound, I don't think it matters, they will do what you ask them. They are as smart and easy to handle as any of my hounds. And just like the hounds they have been easy to keep straight, all I have to do is keep them in the woods and they know exactly what they are looking for.
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