Labahoula - Pawsource



The Labahoula is a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Catahoula Leopard Dog. This dog breed originated in the United States and was first bred in the 1990s. The goal was to create a dog that combines the best of both breeds: the intelligence and friendly nature of the Labrador Retriever and the energetic and alert personality of the Catahoula Leopard Dog.


The Labahoula is known for its energetic and friendly nature. It is a very active dog that needs a lot of exercise. The breed is intelligent and easy to train, making it a good choice for families looking for a loyal and obedient companion. The Labahoula is curious and adventurous by nature, so it's important to give him enough mental and physical stimulation to keep him happy and healthy.


In general, Labahoulas are healthy dogs that are not prone to many health problems. But as with all dog breeds, there are some health issues that owners should be aware of. Labahoulas can be prone to hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia and eye problems. Regular visits to the vet anda healthy diet and exercise can help prevent these health problems.


The coat of the Labahoula is short and dense, and does not require much grooming. Regular brushing and bathing is all it takes to keep the coat shiny and healthy. It's important to clean the Labahoula's ears regularly to prevent infections, and to brush the dog's teeth to prevent tartar and tooth decay.

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