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 Post Posted: Sat Mar 05, 2016 7:25 am 
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I have an outdoor only catahoula that is changing her ways and not being friendly to our poodle and cat now. Any ideas on how to make her get along? She has a pretty strong prey drive and I was going to use her to blood track downed hogs but have switched to trapping. I'd sell her to a good rancher or hog hunter but I'm not sure how to determine how good her life would really be. There are lots of bad folks out there who don't respect animals. I know a catahoula will be a catahoula but I sure would like her to behave and get along with the other animals again. Thanks in advance for any advice.


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 Post Posted: Tue Mar 08, 2016 5:53 pm 
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If she was getting along with the other animals before, but isn't now, what has changed? Was she just a pup before? Has she just matured? Gone through her first heat cycle? Change in feeding?

I'm no expert on dog training, but I've had a few. For me training my dogs started when they were young, just pups. I wanted a good handle on my dogs. I wanted them to mind. I wanted them socialized so they wouldn't be aggressive toward other dogs. Bad behavior was discouraged. Usually, a verbal correction was sufficient. When it wasn't, placing the dog on it's chain or in a kennel was usually enough to let them know they misbehaved, and not to do it again. I reward good behavior as much as possible. Rewarding good behavior encourages that behavior. You have to let the dog know your happy with good behavior when you see it.

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 Post Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:53 am 
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Marty, what's up with TXMason? He'd be the guy to answer this question I think.


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 Post Posted: Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:01 am 
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Gary Rapp wrote:
Marty, what's up with TXMason? He'd be the guy to answer this question I think.

Yes he would be. My guess is that Mr Mason is very busy. His kennel operations and trapping operations are a daily job. He's a busy guy. Perhaps he'll see this post and respond with better information. He's a specialist with Catahoula's. He's a master at training dogs for hog hunting.

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 Post Posted: Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:52 pm 
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Yes she was a pup when she was playing nice. She is also fixed.


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 Post Posted: Tue Mar 15, 2016 12:05 am 
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You might try hitting Mr Mason up on Facebook. He posts on there daily.

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