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Saturday, February 25, 2017

Nippers and Jesse James born 1/17/2017

                                                  2 Catahoula Puppies for sale: $300
The white one is male, and the black a female

                               these pups will be six weeks old as of Tuesday February 28

I will be editing in some more photos of the stud and dame here as soon as I can and in the meantime,

                              This is Jesse James, the stud on a training track...

I am Marcus de la Houssaye and I can be reached by cell phone at 337 298 2630

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Female Catahoula Puppies For Sale Out Of Cookie and Jesse James

                                              Catahoula puppies for sale, born 12/8/2016

Four female blue leopards, 3 with glass eyes

Eight weeks old...

                                     Below is Jesse James, THE STUD, and a son of NALC reg. C Arrow Patch

I am Marcus de la Houssaye,



and operator of a blood trail dog and

hog dog training facility 

I can be reached by cell phone @ 337 298 2630 or email @:

Friday, January 27, 2017

Cookie and Jesse James puppies born 12/8/2016

Catahoula Puppies For Sale
3 males and 3 females

Above is the stud, Jesse James, a son of C Arrow Patch, and a great grandson of Bobalou, Ruby, Diamond Cutter and Camp A While's Abbey

Above is Cookie out of Baby Girl, and TL Jones

"OK, Houston, we have a problem!"

"Yes, we got the right markings,

and the blue eyes, and come from a good family with a rich heritage of performance."

"But, as you can see in this photo, a very, very, bad, mean, and scary man has put us on top of a high rise dog house 5 feet off the ground." 

"It doesn't look good!"

 'We are cold, scared, shivering violently and don't know if we will ever get to feel the earth under our feet, or get to see our brothers, sisters and mother again! 

Please come to our rescue asap!"

I am Marcus de la Houssaye(the bad man in question)
and I can be reached by cell phone @ 337 298 2630 for more info...

Guess Who Is On Top?

Below is Lil Bob @ about 8 weeks, a son of Jesse, and 'the' grandson of Bobalou

For those of you who are 'new' to Louisiana Catahoulas, I am sharing this to hopefully prepare you for what you are getting yourself into, and so you know, it is not just me, and my dogs!

Above and below is a pit bull vested and ready for hog hunting as 'the catch dog'.

These pitbull catch dogs are part of a 'team' in hog hunting and must be raised with the Catahoula curs so they can travel in close quarters together and don't fight with each other.

20 years ago, I sold my pick of the litter to someone as a family pet with the condition that I could always come back and breed to the dog. To make a long story short, instead of returning 'my' pup, they had the dog euthanized @ 6 months because they claimed it was 'too aggressive'. Unfortunately for me and the pup, they completely forgot that I sold the dog on condition 'that I could ALWAYS come back and beed to it', and failed to understand that 'self defense' is NOT aggresion!

About 10 yrs ago, the street punks who fight pitbulls in my neighborhood found out the hard way that my curs win in fights with their dogs. Since then, I have had to be on guard about who I sell my dogs to because the punks now want to buy my pups to cross breed my Catahoula cur dogs bloodline over their pits.

What is below, I copied and pasted this from Facebook, and it will help explain the 2 statements above. 

I've been holding off on posting this, but I feel the need to share.
Last weekend a neighbor had a house guest, who brought a pit bull with them. I had Minnie outside for an early morning potty break when they let the pit bull out. The pit barks and then proceeds to run a half a block to my backyard. At this point I'm not sure if it was after me or my Cur pup, but I was scrambling trying to get my dog back in the house. I couldn't get to her in time. About halfway across my backyard the pit bull lunged at my pup. In the darkness it was hard to tell what was going on, but with the growling and wheezing mixed with the rustling leaves I knew it was a serious fight and my heart sank, I've just started working with my dog and getting her interested in squirrels and now I'm going to lose her right here in my backyard.
The neighbor's guest came running with his flashlight and starting screaming incoherently. As he turned his light to what I can only assume is going to be a bloody mess of what was left of my cur puppy, I couldn't believe what was happening.
My four month old, 35 pound, Ladner Cur was holding a 45-50 pound pit bull to the ground by the throat!! After I knew my dog was in control of the situation I knew I could get in there to help her. I proceeded to let the other fellow know that he and his dog were less than liked here and that he should make sure to keep his dog and his mouth under control. The pit bull and the house guest left later that morning.
We have young children and this situation could have been tragic if they had been in the yard. I can tell you that from now on, Minnie will always be with them when they go out.
I am happy to say that Ladner's Minnie Pearl came through the scuffle without a scratch! My wife is so proud of her, she bought her a new rope toy.
It's hard to believe a dog can be so gentle with our family and friends and still have the grit to protect us like she did.
Thank you Curt Ladner and Tonya Bulmer for sending this wonderful dog my way.
I love stories like this

Friday, January 20, 2017

Coco and Cutty Dark 11/22/2016

OK, I confess, I am gonna miss these boys when they are gone...

I have 4 males, and IMHO the one below is a black and brown, although he looks solid black at the moment, he is turning and he is the great explorer along with the blue eyed one 'with too much white'. If you are looking for a tracking dog, the white one will be easier to see in the dark, and both he and the black one followed Rivers all the way to the gate last week(about 100 yards from da kennel).

So, why is the big boy above laying down? Because like his daddy, he always has his nose on the ground and is rolling! He is about to take a nap in the photo above...

In the photo above, with the white one is a red/brown leopard, and the same below alone.

Below is Coco trying to stay ahead of them...

I am at 337 298 2630, if you are interested...

Monday, January 2, 2017

Blair bred NALC reg. C - Arrow Patch

People, look at the neck on this 14 year old dog!

Today, almost every dog in my yard is a descendant of Patch, the dog who showed me what a real Catahoula is all about. For about 10 years I tried to find a good cross for a great dog from the 90's, and was for the most part disappointed with everything I crossed him to because there is a lot of trash out there. Sorry, you can't breed a great dog with trash and expect a great outcome! That great dog was named Maurice and he was born on my houseboat in 1992 in the Atchafalaya Basin Swamp.

I bought Patch in 2004 when he was two years old at Uncle Earl's and waited two years to breed him. The first time I bred him was a cross with Ruby, a grand child of Maurice and every puppy, grand child and great grand child was to grow up to be magnificent. There were no culls after Patch!

Ruby training her puppies in the bay pen with the puppy pen attached to it.

Coco, Patch's daughter on the left and Simon a grandson out of Angel on the right grew up in that puppy pen attached to the bay pen.

It was with Patch, that I learned what a foundation bred dog can do genetically for my kennels overall performance.  Below is Angel out of Ruby and Patch with his grandchildren.

Below is Bobalou out of Alida and Frank

Below is Patch's grandson Whiteboy out of Angel and Bobalou

Below is Patch's grandson Jesse, a littermate of Whiteboy born in 2006 out of Angel and Bobalou

Patch @ 9 years old @ Uncle Earl's 2011 below

And don't he make some handsome puppies? Below is Jesse James from Patch's last litter in 2014.

And below is Arnold the governator out of Ruby and Patch

RIP old boy, 

you made me a better man,

the more you got beat up, the more determined you were to win!

I have grandchildren of Patch out of Coco for sale in January 2017, 
and you can call me @ 337 298 2630 or email