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I saw Stevie (3 years old) while I was wandering around Hayes Valley, and I did a total double-take. I have never seen eyes like hers. I can believe that she’s a catahoula mix, but still… what an intense look.
I am assured that even though these two look related, they are actually just foster-siblings: Mila, the one with the white blaze on her face, and the fully convertible ears, is a Dutch shepherd mixed with something else. Meanwhile Rawling, the … Continue reading
A Catahoula hog dog for you today, or, as we like to say here at the Dogs of San Francisco, a ‘Hula-Hula Cat-Dog’. Cormac is a year and a half old, and is very energetic, as with all Catahoulas. Fortunately … Continue reading
It’s hard enough to believe in a Catahoua/Dachshund mix, but what’s even more amazing is this: the first time I ran into Cola was over a year ago… and at that point he was already a year old! (None of those pictures … Continue reading
A meeting of the foxiest dog I’ve seen in quite some time and the leopardiest dog I’ve seen likewise. Edit: Aww, man, I hate when I screw up the hovertext. Edit x2: According to Quixote’s mom (in the comments below), the Catahoula … Continue reading
So, I mentioned that we found Bentley (from yesterday) out in front of a cafe in Emeryville. But he was just one of two different dogs that we ran into at that same table at that same cafe on that … Continue reading
I have no firm evidence for my choice of breed here: mom and dad had no idea. But I’m going to go with Catahoula mixes, because some of them are brindles and these two just kinda look right. Yaoyao means … Continue reading
Danger! Extreme levels of cute detected in this hula-hula cat-dog!
No, Nash isn’t luscious. Well, I guess that depends on your individual interpretation of the term. He’s an awfully cuddly happy dog, and he sure is cute. But he’s also the unofficial official workplace dog and mascot of the place … Continue reading
Another Hula-Hula Cat-Dog for y’all. Montana has unusual but not unprecedented (and gorgeous!) coloration for a Catahoula, and is otherwise an utterly adorable puppy who loves people and other dogs.