THIS DOG IS WITH JANEEN'S CATAHOULA LEOPARD DOG RESCUE INC. 406-323-3519. AN ADOPT APPLICATION MAY BE ACQUIRED BY EMAILING firstname.lastname@example.org NO ONE IS OBLIGATED BY FILLING OUT AN APPLICATION BUT IT IS THE FIRST RIGHT STEP TO SEE IF HE MAY BE A MATCH FOR YOU. * HIS BIO from Foster Mom* Judge (Obi) was pulled from a very high kill shelter on July 13, 2015. He was very shy and was not sure of people at all. He hid under a desk at the office where we first took him. Fast forward to November 28, 2015 On this Louisiana Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend, we are very thankful for this beautiful Catahoula boy and who he is today. Very bright eyed, happy and outgoing. He sure is not looking for cover but has a joy of life that is around him. He loves a big tennis shoe, wanting you to throw it and if you don't he will toss it into the air on his own and catch. When he came from the shelter, he did not know how to play with out being mouthy and jumping on me. Now he is so much better. He loves to run around with a Huge black lab. If introduced correctly, he would like to play with others. If a dog is aggressive to him, he will not back down. We are not sure about small dogs. He is fair with a leash. Judge is crate trained and does not bark when left. He eats well and is not food aggressive with people. He eats alone as do all my fosters. Not sure about cats. I have an old cat and he has left him alone when together. If a cat runs, I am not sure how he would respond. Adapting and adjusting very quickly. He loves all attention that is given to him. Judge is heart worm positive and is being treated with a slow kill protocol at this time. Because of his zest for life, this is the safest method of treatment for Judge as per veterinarians advice. He was given a month of Doxycycline and put on a monthly HW preventative. Heartguard Plus 100# brown card. Judge is neutered and up to date on all shots. He is microchipped as Obi which was his shelter name. Does this boy TUG on your heart? We hope so. He deserves forever commitment and long distance transport and adopters can be discussed.