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White Rock’s Henry

April 12th, 2012

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Henry is trained for tracking wounded game and has multiple deer and hog under his belt for finds. He has an extremely high prey drive and is waging a personal war against every squirrel in the universe, or at least our property. No unauthorized varmints are permitted entry onto our property which we refer to at the “Kingdom of Ott”.  He is also the resident guard dog and takes his job very seriously. Henry is 80 lbs of power and muscle but will herd chickens back to the coop if asked.

In his off time, Henry is the Ott children’s overwhelming NO.1 choice to use as a playmate for their increasingly complicated game of “Hide and Seek”.  They take great pleasure in planning elaborate schemes to outwit Henry’s tracking ability, but mostly because he doesn’t mind being “it” every game.  He remains unbeaten and is the undisputed hide and seek champion of the Kingdom of Ott.

CH Double Ott Corlew Benelli

April 12th, 2012

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CH Double Ott Corlew Benelli is a beautiful bitch. She is the diva queen of all her domain. Her temperament is above par. She has the grace and balance of a big cat and moves like one too.  When she’s in full stride not much can catch her, and not much can outrun her.  She’s used for varmint control, property protection, and is always on snake patrol as we seem to live in some sort of mecca for copperheads and egg thieving chicken snakes. She’s was particularly good at stopping bolting longhorn steers when we thought we wanted them a few years back. She was tough and quick enough to stop them and move them back to the pasture when they bolted through the fence into the woods, but she’s gentle enough to tolerate our freerange uppity chickens that roam our property. We now stick with the more layed back breeds of cattle when we are feeding out for stocking the freezer.

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3-Way CH Abney’s Gunner and Double Ott’s Southern Flavor

March 30th, 2012

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GGRCH Abney’s Blue Gunner was bred to Double Ott’s Southern Flavor. This litter is a duel kennel litter. The litter will be split with Double Ott and Jetta Catahoula Kennels names.Litter is Due May 28, 2012 Memorial Day!

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GRCH Abney’s Gunner is a very accomplished dog in and out of the show ring. He holds 13 official titles. He has earned working and show champion and grand champion titles in many registries such as American Catahoula Association, American Rare Breed Association, Rarities (Both Canadian and International), National Association of Louisiana Catahoulas, and United Kennel Club.

He holds certificates and certifications in:

search work
Cadaver land
Cadaver Water
Building Search
Article Search
Wildness search
Trailing

He is OFA Good and produced good or better hips in his progeny

He is Obedience trained with placings in NALC He is agility trained and Search work- Disaster Trained.

Gunner has produced multiple top Ten placing dogs with UKC
daughter 2007 Top ten winner
grandson 2011 Top ten Winner

Multiple finds on land and water in both the US and Canada….. called to help with the recovery work for the 9-11 tragedy.

First cadaver find was in 2001 after a car was engulfed in flames and all that was left was charred remains..

Deepest water recovery was marked and recovered at 189 ft below water.

Older human remains found had been buried 12 years and buried 6 foot down.

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Gunner was bred to Double Ott’s Southern Flavor. Her call name is Monroe. Monroe is a daughter if GRCH Double Ott’s Raptor and Abney’s Trash.  

Both Gunner and Monroe a back up by some really nice dogs.  Click on the thumbnail to see dogs in their background.

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If you would like to be considered for a puppy from this special litter let me know.

Double Ott’s Sassy

March 23rd, 2012

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White Rock’s Henry the river dog.

February 20th, 2012

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Henry with a happy customer.

February 20th, 2012

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Henry found this downed spike for this hunter.

Double Ott’s Ripley and Abney’s Trash moving the herd.

February 20th, 2012

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Double Ott’s Ripley

February 20th, 2012

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Double Ott’s Ripley enjoying retirement in Romance, Arkansas.

Double Ott’s Zoli

February 20th, 2012

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Double Ott’s Zoli owned by Double Ott Catahoulas.

Aden’s Lori

February 20th, 2012

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