In shelter Dog

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United ...
Catahoula Leopard Dog
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Sinatra is one gorgeous guy with those stunning baby blue eyes and unique coloring. He is hearing impaired, so he explores with his eyes, watching everything going on. He also likes to explore with his nose and play "find it" with treats. He is a dog of simple tastes... a nice walk, playing with a dog buddy or enriching brain games are more than enough to satisfy him when he is outside. Indoors Sinatra tends to stay close by his person's side, looking forward to you settling onto the couch for a snuggle session and a long nap. This affectionate guy loves to have his head right up against you while cuddling. He goes to playgroup with his canine friends at the shelter and he would benefit if he is adopted by someone with a well-matched doggy sibling. He gets sad when left alone and does very well just hanging out with another dog or two. We would love to find Sinatra an adult only family that lives in a home with a fenced backyard. Sinatra is house and crate-trained, he walks well on leash. Because he's hearing impaired, he has a specific training plan set up just for him and his needs. He is learning how to communicate through eye contact and hand signals in APA!'s Total Obedience Program (TOP), which is modeled after the AKC's Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test. As a TOP dog, Sinatra works with a volunteer trainer several times a week. Check out a video on APA's CGC program, on which the TOP was based: Affectionate, curious, and smart, Sinatra is going to make a wonderful companion to some lucky family that can meet his requirements. Set up an appointment to meet him! See more about Sinatra on Instagram!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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