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Waller's Freedom Kennels
Catahoula Bulldog
ID # 10349
Current Price: $500.00

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ID #: 10349
Name: Waller's Freedom Kennels
Breed: Catahoula Bulldog
Height: Not Listed
Weight: 100
Color: Short
Age: 387 Week(s) Old.
Listed: Unknown
Available: 11-30--0001
Activity Level: 8 This meter represents the general disposition of the puppy from 1 to 10.
Lower level puppies are calmer while Higher level puppies are hyper and more playful.
Required Brand of Dog Food: Not Listed
Deposit $200.00
Shipping $275.00
Remaining Balance $300.00
Description We are a small kennel located in Southwest Virginia breeding Catahoula Bulldogs. The Catahoula Bulldog is a recognized cross between the Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog and the American Bulldog resulting in a rare breed. It is a very old AMERICAN breed used in the south for working, hunting, and family/property protection as well as being a devoted companion. Our dogs are registered through the Animal Research Foundation (ARF), the oldest all-breed registry. Puppies can come in a wide range of coloring from merle to white with eyes being brown, green, ice blue, gold, or a combination of these. Not only are these dogs excellent all-around dogs, but they are truly beautiful to look at with their rainbow of coloring. New litter born February 3, 2008. There are 6 males and 5 females. Please visit our website at and click on photos and then on available puppies to view individual pics. Thank you for your interest. Accept NO SUBSTITUTIONS...We are the leading Catahoula Bulldog breeder producing only the BEST Catahoula Bulldogs!!!


Catahoula Bulldog - Activities
Herding and hunting In herding the Catahoula Bulldog has the natural abilities of the Catahoula Leopard using intimidation to herd on ranches and farms. In hog hunting, this hybrid is strong and intelligent for actual catching of hogs. As a bear dog, the Catahoula Bulldog excels as it has the size and aggressiveness of the American Bulldog as well as the aggressiveness, intelligence and hunting ability of the Catahoula Leopard. From the American Bulldog it acquired the great jaw strength, heavier torso, and more robust legs.



Catahoula Bulldog
The Catahoula Bulldog is a medium to large size dog weighing in at 34-45.3 Kg (75-100 lbs). The height is 55-66 cm (24-26 inches) at the shoulders. The dog has the American Bulldog's muscular build with tight skin and a very short smooth coat. Normally it does not have an undercoat but usually develops one when living in seasonal or colder climate.[1]
Catahoula Bulldogs come in a wide variety of colors due to the Catahoula Leopard genes. Both pure white and merled coats white with grey, black and tan patches and blotches; some have very large areas of color and smaller patches and spots are common. The eyes can be a soft to dark brown, amber, ice blue, emerald green, gold or any combination of all of these including heterochromia. Ears can be a rose type to button over and are sometimes cropped. The Catahoula Bulldog tends to use the ears in a very expressive manner. They can be white, black and white, black, brown and white, or brown and white, and sometimes even black and brown. A red/tan female Catahoula Bulldog 75% Catahoula Leopard and 25% American BulldogThe tail can be long or a natural bobtail.



Catahoula Bulldog - History & Origin
The Catahoula Bulldog has been around for over 100 years, for the most part in the southern United States. It is reported that ranchers wanted a dual purpose dog for herding and catching hogs as well as hunting Black bear. While the Catahoula Leopard was very skilled at luring a hog to a pen then escaping over the back of the pen, it was not large or rugged enough by itself to catch a hog.
The American Bulldog had the extra size, weight, and strong jaw as well as being an excellent catch dog while the Catahoula Leopard had the intelligence, speed, endurance and the instincts of hunting and herding. The result in combining the two breeds was a large, more rugged, and more intelligent dog with increased skills in hunting and herding.
In 1951, Mr. Stodghill of the Animal Research Foundation began registration of Catahoula Bulldogs. In 1960, Howard Carnathan contacted Mr. Stodghill writing, "I needed a dog that would be a companion and protector to my children and home yet also was in need of a dog that would help with the farming duties. The mixture of the Catahoula Bulldog fit my purpose exactly." In 1962 Bart Perry of Midlothian, Texas had been active in raising the American Bulldog. In 1968 he became the first ARF Certified Breeder of Catahoula Bulldogs.



Catahoula Bulldog - Temperament
Though utilized as a hunting, working, and guard dog. The Catahoula Bulldog makes an excellent companion. They are loyal and devoted to their people and have strong protective instincts. They are generally calm though also alert to its surroundings. Firm, patient training is needed.

Waller's Freedom Kennels
Catahoula Bulldog
ID # 10349
Current Price: $500.00
*All deposits are non refundable