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We Have moved Back to Florida in Live Oak

This is our dogs play area its about 8 acres fenced in with a couple of horses in it

If you voted for Obama, or you are a Registered Democrat I will not sell you a dog, You have proven that you can not take care of an animal, there are no food stamps or Obama care for animals!!! Please do not call or Email me, you are a loser!!!

Congratulations To Sena for Completion of Abcantra Abney Canine Training Tracking School, 1 year later
Sena now has her Level 1 UBT Blood tracking Certification and her Level 1 Search and Rescue Certification.

Tracking Dogs
Kyle Duncan owner and Handler Tracking both blood and Search and Rescue


We love our Catahoula's Leopard Dogs!! There is no other dog in the world that is like a Catahoula, they have an endless amount of energy, they are tireless and I think they can read your mind. Catahoula's know what your going to do before you do it.

At OakHill Catahoulas, we strive for Quality working and Show dogs.We train our dogs on large animals horses, pigs. We use our dogs to train and exercise our 4H and FFA show pigs. The last show we got Two second place's on our show pigs. All of our dogs get to exercise everyday, and hunt as much as we can. They do make great pets, and are great with kids. We also use them as our Door Bell and security system. The Catahoula is a medium-large dog. Typically, females are 20"-24" tall and males are 22"-26" tall at the withers. Weight generally ranges from 50 to 95 lbs. The Catahoula has a very short, smooth coat which comes in a wide variety of colors and patterns. Common Catahoula colors include blue leopard, red leopard, patchwork, black, red, yellow, and brindle. Various amounts of tan, brindle, and/or white trim may also be present. The eyes may be any color or combination of colors. The Catahoula is highly intelligent and very energetic. They need a lot of mental and physical stimulation in order to be happy. Catahoulas generally do not fare well in an urban setting. Catahoulas make excellent working dogs, excelling in herding, hunting, protection, and police work. They tend to be protective and territorial, guarding their home and family. For this reason, Catahoulas make excellent watch dogs. As a general rule, Catahoulas are not well-suited to novice owners. Experience with Catahoulas or other large and/or assertive breeds is a plus for prospective Catahoula owners.

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