Black Mouth Cur Question

If a Black mouth cur is raised with a full grown cat, what is the most probable outcome?


If a Black mouth cur is raised with a full grown cat, what is the most probable outcome?

    In Black Mouth Cur - Asked by Anonymous - 9/20/2010 3:03:21 AM
Most curr dogs will be cool with all members of the family they are raised with. Other than that it's a no go with ppl or anything they feel that are not welcome on your land truck car yard whatever they feel that is yours.
    Answered by Anonymous - 10/1/2010 10:19:00 PM


My Cur was raised with a cat that it loved, but also loved to chase. She has difficulty adjusting to other cats but it's not impossible as she is very well trained and heeds my word well. Curs are stubborn and will assume alpha position if not established by the owner, so if you're considering introducing a cat to even an early cur, be sure it knows who is boss. i even go so far as to not let my cur walk in front of me on walks, always at my side.
    Answered by Anonymous - 12/21/2010 9:39:23 PM


Whenever a cat comes into my backyard, the only way it comes back out is in a garbage bag and there is very little left. So in short if your dogs are trained to hunt or come from a excellent hunting bloodline then chances are your cat's days are numbered. Black Mouth Cur dogs are breed for the hunt and will not hesitate to kill a coon of boar. I have seen this dog swallow and entire squirl in 30 seconds.
    Answered by Anonymous - 2/25/2011 3:22:45 PM