Porter Treeing Tennessee Brindle at 5 years old with a toy in his mouth
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The short soft coat of the Treeing Tennessee Brindle comes in brindle or brindle with patches of black. Sometimes small white markings appear on the chest and feet.
The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is courageous and brave. The dog is an excellent hunter with a bay that sounds like a crying baby. Intelligent, lively, alert and friendly, they make loyal companions.
Height: 16-24 inches (41-61 cm)
Weight: 30-50 pounds (14-23 kg)
Fairly healthy breed
The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is not recommended for apartment life unless you plan on giving the dog a lot of daily exercise. They are relatively inactive indoors and will do best with at least a large yard.
This breed needs vigorous daily exercise is needed, which includes a long walk each day. Does best with an active family. Will do well with a job to do.
About 10-12 years
About 5-8 puppies
An occasional brushing will do. In order to keep the ears clean and infection-free, regular attention is a must.
Developed in the United States by Reverend Earl Phillips in the early 1960s near the Appalachian and Ozark Mountains. The Treeing Tennesee Brindle was bred from brindle curs from hunting and treeing dogs with brown coats that had tiger striped markings with black patches.
Dozer the Treeing Tennessee Brindle
This is Brittany the Treeing Tennessee Brindle. Her owners say, "She is the sweetest pooch you will ever know."
Brittany the Treeing Tennessee Brindle