Hi! Introductions

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  1. RunswithCatahoulas

    RunswithCatahoulas New Member

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    Hi!

    I’m Kate. I have 3 young catahoula curs (Copper, Mira and Grymm) and a newfoundland puppy, Maizey.

    One of my dogs is completely deaf, while another is partially deaf with vision issues. You wouldn’t be able to tell by the way they act!
    All my dogs know ‘my sign language’ and I enjoy training them.

    We also have a senior english bulldog, Abby.

    I’m a stay at home mom and I make/sell dog toys and bird toys! We also have a lot of other pets, birds, fish, reptiles- you name it!

    Looking forward to chatting and sharing photos of the dogs and seeing if there are any other newfoundland owners out there.

    Also looking forward to talking to people who go camping with their dogs, tent or rv.

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    Copper- partially deaf with vision problems
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    Maizey- 52lbs at 14weeks!
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    Lovely photos Kate, and welcome to the forum.
    You must be a special type of dog owner to take on two hearing/sight limited dogs. We don't have Catahoulas over here, so I have never seen one in the flesh, but I love their houndy type and harlequin markings. Are your dogs disabilities due to their breeders doubling up on the merle gene?
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    Hi Carole! Thanks for the warm welcome. :)

    And yes, they are unfortunately. A lot of pups like this would be killed so I feel very lucky to have them.

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