Looking for a furry friend to add to your family? Check out our Catahoula leopard mix puppies! Theyre 8 weeks old and ready to find their forever homes.
These cuties are full of energy and love to play. Theyll make great companions for kids and adults alike. Plus, theyre super smart and easy to train. Whether youre looking for a hiking buddy or just a cuddle buddy, one of these pups is sure to be the perfect fit for you.
So what are you waiting for? Adopt one of these beauties before they are gone!
COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER INQUIRIES! IF you are interested in adopting, the FIRST step is to complete an application! Please email for an Application or copy and paste the following URL:
Upon receipt of your application, the rescuer and foster in AL will contact you so you can ask any specific questions you may have! If there is more than one decision maker in the home, all of them should be in agreement!
Adoption Donation: Unless otherwise stated in the pets bio, our standard adoption fee is $395 which covers age appropriate vaccines (DHPP vax) and (Rabies vax if 12 weeks and older), utd on flea/tick prevention and heartworm prevention, worming, heartworm test @ age 6 months or older, microchip, fostering costs and health certificate.
Thank you for your understanding and consideration and for helping the dogs and puppies in need!
We do not adopt to anyone under the age of 21
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