Catahoula Lab Mix
Is Catula / Lab Mix a Good Dog?
I see, yes they are technically stray dogs. But they have names. I don't care what breed the dog is. That's what I want to know if he's a good dog.
I can hardly imagine a better dog than Catula / Lab Mix. Both breeds are great dogs (in my opinion) and I hope this mix is the best dog you'll ever meet.
If I wanted to make my own race, it would be Catapler: Cataula, Pyrenees, Lab and Ridgeback Radiance.
I am a member of one of these designer breeds, but I am more stubborn than you because I am Rajabik and Kermot (who are not an AKC breed, but have been identified in the United States as Southern Shepherds). Belong to To me, it's a mix of the perfect dog and the perfect dog.
I usually think of stray dogs as dogs of unknown origin, but it's just a matter of words. Plays are generally healthy and live longer. General I, which is much larger than purebred dogs, gives them an edge. As much as I respect stray dogs, I will never call a stray dog in advance, it just sounds rude.
Living with you, I understand why you don't use the term Lola in your oral question. But you have real dogs there. It will be fun, o
[By the way, I think * is a good reason to make a name for a particular combination, that's why most of the words were invented to make communication easier. Sometimes people forget that there was a time when Lador Retavier was not around. Some people use that name as well (well, they actually named a place in Caa, but the concept is the same).
Kettle Lab Mix
Kettle Lab Mix
I have known the Catula Lab Mix for less than 3 years and 24 hours and it is one of the best dogs of all time. Humans are more dogs than dogs, especially they should hate simplicity!
I really don't mind calling her Lola. It's easy to say and we really care! Some people have to complain about anything. My dog is a Labrador / Catula and is beautiful, intelligent, loyal and has a lot of energy. She's only 3.5 months old, but I already love her. Great and eager to learn. I would definitely recommend this breed, even if it has only been a part of my life for 6 weeks :)
My 16-year-old dog is Catula / Lab Mix, he was very strong as a teenager and needed a lot of exercise, but his memory is perfect so it was easy to find an open safe zone and throw the ball into it. Very, very smart and easy to train, but also a little bit self-sufficient, so don't expect robotic perfection. Also, he's perfect, but he doesn't bark all the time. Good as a guard dog, kind and protective to strangers, but never aggressive. Completely reliable when you have to be alone at home, never have to pack, never destroy anything. It may not be the sweetest dog in the world, but it is calm and busy. OK with other dogs, but not with cats or small animals.