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In shelter Dog

Charlotte, NC, 28201
Pet name:
Catahoula Leopard Dog
Merle (Blue)
Leia lost her home due to no fault of her own and we are rehoming her. She is a beautiful patchwork catahoula/kelpie mix. A very high energy working dog, she has been working with a trainer and found to be very intelligent and super smart. Leia would do best in a  home that is very active and also some type of work like agility or dock diving.She weighs 32 pounds.

She more amped to meet new females over men, but still friendly with all people. Especially with treats. She is dog selective and must have a slow introduction with dogs. She seems to like the calmer, less in your face dogs, but can be overwhelmed at times. We are seeing progress in her home independence too. 

As far as her training, she is super motivated and learned "down" this week. She is better with wait and stay but its not solid. She needs someone who can spend a couple of days a week doing some kind of activity with her, longer walk/hike, runs, brain stimulation games. She is GREAT in the car. Not a huge fan of water yet, but going to the beach this week to get more accustomed to water.

Super playful and cuddly! She just got back from the beach, her first time with water and she did wonderful!

If you are looking for an awesome dog that will be your best friend, Leia is the dog for you. A fenced yard is going to be the best home for her.

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