Thursday, October 19, 2017

Blood Trail Dogs For Sale 2017

I am offering a number of finished dogs that are ready, such as Little Mike below. At four years old he has been on too many tracks to count and been there and done it all.

Little Mike is Beagle and Catahoula cross and weighs about 25lbs.

Like all my dogs he was born and raised less than a mile from a slaughter house and eats raw meat year round and completely understands that a blood trail lead to a full belly.

Feeding and training a tracking dog with fresh raw meat year round has interesting results when the deer season opens, and I will work 5-10 dogs at a time in training as the younger dogs learn from the older dogs by following and taking notes along the way.


 He is very good around other dogs and children.

I also am offering some started dogs that are about a year or two old such as Vira below.

Vira is a puppy from Little Mike and will be about 20-25 lbs at maturity.

You can see him with the orange collar working this track last year when he was only a few months old.



I am Marcus de la Houssaye and I own and operate a blood trail dog training facility near Lafayette, Louisiana, and can be reached by cell phone at 337 298 2630, or my back up phone: 337 704 6330

My email is catahoula1@gmail.com if you want to try that but sometimes I may go weeks without checking mail, so it may be better if you call me if you are interested or have questions.




Thursday, November 1, 2012

Tracer, Blood Tracking Dog For Sale

Tracer is a 2 year old female born on my land in November 2010, and is well bred, well raised, and has had 2 hunting seasons as a blood tracking dog on a large hunting club with numerous finds.
 
Unfortunately she is up for sale because she is caught up in a divorce and Sandy has a total of three dogs and only one can come with him in this transition period.
 
 
 
In February 2011, at just over three months old, Tracer led the other 2 puppies Sandy had just bought on a 500-600 yard track, and is as we say, is a natural when it comes to tracking blood. But remember: she was born during the deer season, and her first taste of solid food was raw deer meat!



I am asking $2,500 for Tracer.

If you are interested, I can be reached at 337 298 2630

If you want to read more about my Catahoulas: www.catahoula.ws

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Whiteboy born 12/24/2006


A son of Bobalou and Angel

Whiteboy is a typical all around Catahoula working dog, with a lot of grit, personality and well focused. He would do well as a hog dog, blood trail dog, cow dog, watch dog and pet. And he can do it all by hisself.



In 1996, I turned down $5,000 for Frank, the father of Bob and grandfather of Whiteboy.
Here is an archival photo of me and Frank on an ancient Bald Cypress Tree in Lake Martin





Whiteboy is also a grandson of C Arrow Patch and Ruby on his dame's side.



Whiteboy is a littermate brother of Spider and Jesse. This was Bob's last litter and Angels first.


Here is Bob at two years old.

I knew it was the end for Bob and I did not have but one male puppy off of him. Angel was only a year and a half old, but I knew this was my only chance to get some of him into the Blair bloodline before he was gone.

This photo shows Spider who is an excellent example of crossing Bob and AngelHere is Spider at three years old, winding a hog off of the boat.

Spider was finding his own hogs before he was a 2 years old, and out hunting experienced dogs the first day he hit the marsh. About six months after my friend got Spider he told me he has wanted a dog like this all his life.



Many people fail to value, and understand the intelligence, working abilities, versatility and flexibility of a Catahoula. They are eager to please the people they love, and ready to work hard for your approval.

Today too many people are buying for show, and leopard colors with blue eyes, blaze face, and white tipped tail is everything. This has led to some breeders(who are only in it for the money), creating bloodlines that have no working abilities, and too much white. The next problem was a myth that all dogs with a lot of white are deaf and blind. It is a myth!

But most people have bought the myth and believe the white dogs are no good.

For this reason, a pick of the litter such a Whiteboy, will most likely live and die at my house, but if you like what you see, call me and come visit, he is for sale for the right price.

And the price is not as important as if you qualify to own my dogs.

Arnold born 12/17/2008

A son of Patch and Ruby