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In shelter Dog

Ferndale, WA, 98248
Pet name:
Catahoula Leopard Dog
Hazel was originally rescued from Chino, California with two sisters and a brother. She was adopted by a couple in Canada and given a lot of training, which shows. She was six months old when adopted originally and is now 4 years old.

Hazel was returned due to a new family member, a baby. Hazel did not mesh well with a tiny person grabbing and moving around her. She does have a bit of resource guarding within the home. However, Hazel is many wonderful things. Shes smart. 
Shes very trained, has great recall, walks on a leash, house broke and its obvious that shes had training. Shes not a first time dog owners dog but would do great for anybody who is good with herding and working animals. She can be a little picky about other dogs but for the most part gets along with all of them.

The adoption fee is $350, she is spayed and chipped and vaccinated.

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