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Treeing Tennessee Brindle

Breed Standards for the Treeing Tennessee Brindle

Color:

Brindle or Black and Brindle trim (small amount of white on breast or feet not objectionable)

Head:

Dome flat, wide between eyes, heavy muzzle, short or medium ears set high, eyes dark prominent, expressive

Body:

Deep broad chest, back straight and strong, tail medium length, coat smooth

Legs:

Straight, muscular, well set for speed, dewclaws permitted

Feet:

Cat paw type, strong and well arched

Height:

Males at shoulders: 18” to 24”

Females at shoulder 16” to 22”

Weight:

In proportion to height

Voice

Open trailers with changeover at tree. Coarse chop preferred

Characteristics

Strong treeing instinct, desire to hunt, good scenting power, fast hunters, intelligence, alertness and companionship

Treeing Tennessee Brindle
Treeing Tennessee Brindle