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In shelter Dog

Cincinnati, OH, 45246
Pet name:
Catahoula Leopard Dog
Coat length:
Meet Mississippi!! Mississippi appears to be a Catahoula leopard dog. She is approximately 2 years old. Mississippi was rescued by HART with her 9 puppies in February 2022.

  HART took her in from a hoarding situation in Mississippi along with several other dogs, all appeared to be Catahoula Leopard dogs. Shortly after arriving in her foster home Mississippi was diagnosed with Heartworm.  She was successfully treated and is ready to find her forever home.

Mississippi is a very low- key dog.  She is a healthy 86lbs, loves the car and is willing to jump in and go for a ride anytime. She enjoys napping and co-sleeping with her human as well as being as close as possible to any human that gives her attention.  

She is what her foster mom calls, an attention enthusiast. Mississippi does enjoy walks but only at a slow pace with breaks to greet everyone she sees. She is loved by her foster’s neighborhood, and many come out to say hello on the evening walks.
She enjoys hunting and eradicating moles.  

She does very well with other dogs and does not seem to be interested in cats but does not like being in a crate.  She will cry when she is put into a crate.  She has not been a crate while living with her foster family.  Mississippi does very well with free roaming the house without supervision.


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