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Pet name:
Catahoula Leopard Dog, Hound, Mixed
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with Black
Coat length:
Huck is a large, eighty pounds, Catahoula hound mix. Huck has had a very hard life, after being abandoned time after time because of his high energy and work drive, he finally found himself with people that understood him. He is ready to give up the farm life for a home life. He has a high prey drive and loves to put it to use by working with his people on enrichment and basic commands.
Huck is a star athlete and is the best fetch player we’ve ever met! His other favorite activities include swimming, clicker training, hikes and playing with his best furry pal, Tyson. Huck is dog selective but gets along with most easy going dogs and is great with kids. Huck doesn’t mind cats but slow introductions are recommended to ensure he understands that your feline friends are pets, not sassy squeaky toys!
He is a gentle giant that is motivated to please his people. We think a home with room to run and active family members would be best for him. Although, he doesn’t get along the greatest with horses or other large livestock animals, Huck loves to befriend all kinds of smaller critters!
*Guest Posting**Adoption Fee $150
If you would like to meet your new best friend, contact the Adoption Coordinator at or 865-236-0830. To fill out an application, go to If you can't get it to work, tell us and we will email it to you in a different format.


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