Living with a Mastahoula
Personality: The Mastahoula is affectionate but can be aloof.
Temperament: The Mastahoula is usually gentle and mild mannered but can be aggressive at times.
Family Dog: The Mastahoula makes a good family dog. They are great with the family and typically accept strangers well.
Shedding: The Mastahoula is a low shedder.
Grooming: The Mastahoula needs very little grooming.
Training: The Mastahoula can be stubborn but very smart and trainable with patience.
Behavior: The Mastahoula can be either athletic like the Catahoula or laid-back and lazy like the Mastiff.
Barking: The Mastahoula barks when excited or alarmed.
Exercise: The Mastahoula can be an energetic dog who will need plenty of exercise.
Physical Ability: The Mastahoula is very athletic.
Living Conditions: The Mastahoula can live inside or outside but extreme cold is not recommended due to their short coat.
Appearance: The Mastahoula will have the appearance of either the Catahoula, the Mastiff or most likely a combination of both.
Size: The Mastahoula is a large dog and can be between 50 to 100+ pounds when fully grown.
Head: The Mastahoula has a very large head.
Nose: The Mastahoula has a very large large and great sense of smell.
Eyes: The eyes of the Mastahoula are usually amber in color.
Muzzle: The Mastahoula has large muzzle.
Teeth/Bite: The Mastahoula has straight and large teeth.
Neck: The Mastahoula has a thick neck.
Body: The Mastahoula has a large and athletic body.
Forequarters: The Mastahoula has a strong thick chest.
Hindquarters: The Mastahoula has strong hindquarters. They may have hip problems like the Mastiff.
Color: The coat of the Mastahoula can be any color or combination of colors of the parent breeds.
Coat: The coat of the Mastahoula is short.
Characteristics: The Mastahoula is a gentle dog but can have a lot of energy and can be an aggressive hunter.
Skin Health: The Mastahoula has good skin health but can tend to have oily skin.
Bone Health: The Mastahoula has strong bones.
Litter Size: The Mastahoula can have 5 to 15 pups in a single litter.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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