The Complete Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Pets - 192 pages
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Goes way beyond a typical breed book. The author's breadth of research, resources, insights and details are priceless. This book is a must-have for Catahoula owners! Nikki Ott breeder of champions in conformation, obedience, hog hunting and baying I strongly feel that anyone who owns or wishes to own a Catahoula should read this book, and everyone breeding Catahoulas or wishing to breed them MUST read this book.

Don Abney is a man "who knows his own mind." He is not afraid to form his opinions based on facts as he knows them to be, with total disregard to popular folklore. This is the best book on the Catahoula I have ever read! John Sumrall 40 years' experience breeding championship and working cattle dogs Don's new book contains information you cannot find elsewhere. I have learned a lot from reading it. As a breeder with over 40 years' experience, I will have it on my shelf and reference it often. I could not put it down. Aubrey Aden also breeding working and championship cattle dogs for 40 years.

 

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Contents

Body
1
Back Matter
172
Back Cover
175
Spine
176
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A certified breeder of Louisiana Catahoula Leopard dogs since 1980, Don Abney learned his craft from old-time breeder Vernon Traxler, and today is one of America's top Catahoula breeders. He has produced over 24 Champions and 6 Grand Champions. Don is certified by the DEA as a Researcher in the field of Canine Training, and in the Criminal District Courts of New Orleans as an Expert Witness in the fields of canine training and tracking. His Catahoulas have been certified in Search and Rescue, and in Narcotics detection, and commissioned by law enforcement as a Canine Deputy. The author of several books on dogs and dog training (www.donabney.com), Don's love for dogs dates back to his childhood introduction to a wild dog.

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