Treeing Tennessee Brindle

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Breed Group: Foundation Stock Service
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Originating in the United States of America, the Treeing Tennessee Brindle breed is a favorite hunting companion. Noted for their powerful scenting abilities, this breed is highly skilled in trailing, locating, and treeing squirrels and raccoons. Although this breed has been used for many generations, Treeing Tennessee Brindle's were not officially given a name until 1967 and are slowly, but steadily gaining in popularity.
Built for speed and intelligence, the Treeing Tennessee Brindle is smaller in size than other typical Hound breeds. They are courageous, well-built, possess cat-like feet, and small ears. This is an unpretentious breed that are often referred to as the breed that have "heart and try" in abundance.
The Treeing Tennessee Brindle breed is affectionate, loyal, and easy-going. They are passionate hunters that possess great spirit. This breed does well with other dogs, but is not recommended for a home with non-canine pets. Treeing Tennessee Brindle's do best with older considerate children. Their exuberance may be overwhelming to small children. They are highly energetic, cheerful, and enthusiastic. The Treeing Tennessee Brindle will bark to alert their family to suspicious activity. They make wonderful hunting and family companions.
The Treeing Tennessee Brindle breed requires regular brushing with a firm bristle brush to remove loose and dead hair. Bathing should only be done when absolutely necessary. It is important to routinely check the ears for debris and to keep the nails trimmed. This breed has no known health issues.
The Treeing Tennessee Brindle's coat is smooth, sleek, dense, and short. They are an average shedder.
The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is extremely sensitive. They will not respond to harsh or heavy-handed training methods. If training is done with neglect or abuse there are catastrophic consequences, for this is a breed that is all "heart". Training must always be done with respect, love, fairness, and consistency. Treeing Tennessee Brindle's do well with obedience and socialization.
The Treeing Tennessee Brindle breed is not recommended for apartment dwelling. They are highly active and require a rural setting where they can free roam to hone their hunting skills. They enjoy time with their family and prefer to be outdoors.
30-50 lbs
Male: 18-24; Female: 16-22 inches
Brindle; Black with streaking. May have a small amount of white on chest or feet.
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Annual cost of owning a Treeing Tennessee Brindle puppy

Before buying a puppy it is important to understand the associated costs of owning a dog. The annual cost or "upkeep" is often overlooked when determining a Treeing Tennessee Brindles true ownership cost. When calculating your budget make sure you account for the price of food, vaccines, heartworm, deworming, flea control, vet bills, spay/neuter fees, grooming, dental care, food, training and supplies such as a collar, leash, crate, bed, bowls, bones, and toys. All of these items can add up quickly so make sure you estimate anywhere from $500 - $2,000 or more for the first year then about $500 - $1,000 or more every year thereafter to meet the annual financial obligations of your growing, loving dog.

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Anonymous asked:
Hi. I'm trying to figure out what breed my pup looks most like. He's a rescue so I have no idea. All the pictures I look at point to a tree in Tennessee brindle. But I'd love to find a way to get you a picture, for your opinion..



The best way to know what breed or mix your dog is, is to go to your vet and purchase a DNA test. You will be able to then swab your dogs mouth and send it in, and the results will come back with what breed or mix your dog is. Some tests only go back 3 generations, some 5, some more. So shop around for which test you want and for what price you are willing to pay. Most tests range from $50.00 - $85.00 depending on the brand and how far back the pedigree goes.


There is no DNA test that I've found for a TTB

Anonymous asked:
My 22month old Treeing Tennessee Brindle has started growling at people who are walking along with an umbrella open above their heads. Has anyone else had this with their dog? I have to visit my parents in town so this is something a little concerning.

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The Treeing Tennessee Brindle does not normally show aggression unless something has happened to the dog. It may be possible that your dog was startled by someone opening an umbrella or whom already had one open. I would suggest socializing your dog to the umbrella separately and then adding people; using positive reinforcement training to counter condition your dogs thoughts to umbrellas and people carrying them.

Anonymous asked:
We have just discovered that our rescue is a Tennessee Treeing Brindle - we were told it was a lab mix. He is 7 months old and we have started positive training, but we cannot seem to stop his nipping. Also, we wonder what is the proper food to feed this breed - Chicken and or lamb?



I also have had the same issue with my brindle.


Chicken. He will grow out of the nipping least ours did... just use positive teaching methods. I also recommend the perfect dog dog collar if it continues.


Ours nipped for over a year. I never thought she'd stop. Now living with a dominant male she's settled down and can even sleep on our beds.

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How much do Treeing Tennessee Brindle puppies cost on average?

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The average cost of a hunting class Treeing Tennessee Brindle pup will be around $1000.00 depending on the linage of the dam and sire, where the breeder is located and if the pup has to be shipped or not.

Anonymous asked:
We have a Treeing Tennessee Brindle mix that we rescued. I am wondering if an electric fence will keep her in the yard? Once she smells something she wants to pursue it. Any advice?



A fence, in general, should keep your dog in the yard. The fencing should be wood, vinyl, or chain-link and should be an average of 6 - 8' in height and go into the ground at least 1'. Electrifying the fence is alright as long as you teach your dog that the fence is not a place to go near, or you can injure your dog and/or traumatize her about any fencing if she gets shocked and it scares her. Good luck!


We have an electric hidden fence and if trained properly you should have no problems.

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Updated: 10/18/2021