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Sweet Baby James   

In shelter Dog

Warwick, RI, 02889
Pet name:
Sweet Baby James
Catahoula Leopard Dog
YEP That is my name………my mom being a southerner exclaimed when she saw me “Sweet Jesus that is one handsome boy”!  Thus she names me “Sweet Baby James”!  I love her but she is hard to figure sometimes lol…….I am a stunning Red Merle Catahoula Curr Mix.  I weigh around 40 lbs and am approximately 2 years old.  I have the most fabulous tail……..look at that curl! I have a glint of the “glass eye” if you look closely in the pic and my face……….well, it could stop traffic!  Red Catahoulas are very unique.  My mom loves Catahoulas!  I am not overly energetic…………you wanna run……..I will run……….You wanna walk………..I will walk………you wanna lay on the sofa and veg……..well, scoot over I am right there with you.  I am super sweet, get along well with other dogs and love people!  I am totally vetted, neutered and have finished heartworm treatment.  Now don’t fret over that……..I had a barely positive case and now I am ok.  I am on Proheart 6 for my heartworm prevention.  You will want to act quickly…..because I am more stunning in person than in these pics! Can’t wait to love you!


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