A Bloodahouli's work is never done. At least, that is what they think. This working dog cross between a Bloodhound and a Catahoula Leopard Dog (or Catahoula Cur) is always on a mission and loves to work hard. They make great guard dogs but need a lot of strong guidance, especially when they are young. This guide on activities for Bloodahouli's should give your determined dog a job to do, whether that's finding something, following a scent, or chasing after a ball or frisbee. These athletic dogs need plenty of room to run and play, and lots of direction so they learn their place in the family.
Activities for Bloodahoulis need to allow them space to run and exercise and challenge them to control their impulses. These dogs are smart and athletic. They are naturally driven to track and hunt, so finding ways to give them a job will help keep them happy and prevent them from getting into trouble or being destructive. They love to swim on hot summer days and splash in the water after a ball or a stick. Make sure you are assertive and patient with these dogs. They don't respond to aggression, but they need to know who the leader is. Choosing activities that help them find their place will give them the comfort they need to be the best dogs possible.