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Catahoula Cur Dog Breed, Puppy, Puppies, Characteristics, Mix and Price


The catahoula cur dog breed is also known as the catahoula leopard cur dog breed on account of its distinct markings on its coat.



The catahoula cur dog is known to be a very friendly and sweet dog to have as a companion and is also known to be an excellent housedog.  In fact most people prefer having catahoula cur puppies as this breed of dog does not need any specific training pertaining to taking care of children but is in fact known for its caring attitude and its ability to take good care of children.



Nowadays on account of the increasing catahoula cur price as with the price of other pedigree dogs some people have even developed the catahoula cur mix breed of dogs which is known to have characteristics of both the catahoula cur dog breed as well as the other breed resulting in the mix.



The catahoula cur puppy is known to have a short, single and dense coat that may come in various colors or shades of grey, black and white.  The legs of the catahoula dog breed are known to be strong boned and solid. This breed of dogs is also known to have a deep chest cavity which allows for good lung and heart capacity. As far as the personality of the catahoula cur dog is concerned one should know that the catahoula cur dog breed is highly energetic and intelligent. This breed of dogs is not aggressive by nature but is assertive. In fact on account of its strong instinct to care for their family members the catahoula cur dog breed is known to be an excellent care take for children. Although a catahoula cur puppy will make an excellent pet for the family and for children especially one should also be aware that this breed of dogs requires a dominant owner as they are also known to be very territorial and independent by nature.  The catahoula cur dog breed has one genetic flaw that is its deafness which is on account of it predominantly white. Deafness is a medical condition that is observed in dogs that are mostly white and hence almost 60 percent of dogs belonging to the catahoula dog breed are known to be deaf in at least one ear if not both. The catahoula dog breed does not require extensive dog grooming on account of its short coat however; this breed of dogs requires to have its coat brushed at least once a week.

 
  Submitted on September 5, 2011