The Tennessee Treeing Brindle belongs to the "hound" group, and the pup is truly a hunter at heart. The Tennessee Treeing Brindle is known for their distinctive coat pattern as well as their keen ability to tree prey. Fans of the breed speak of the distinctive "singing" voice of the Tennessee Treeing Brindle when prey has been sent up a tree. The breed is also known for being highly intelligent and courageous. The Tennessee Treeing Brindle is native to the Appalachian and Ozark Mountain areas, places where hunting with dogs is still prevalent. This attractive dog descended from the Cur, which is responsible for the brindle color of the Tennessee Treeing Brindle's distinctive coat.
Like other hounds, the Tennessee Treeing Brindle is a dog built for endurance. This means that you will need to provide ample exercise opportunities for the Brindle in order to keep them happy and healthy. The Brindle is a great breed for joining you on the hiking trail or outside for a game of chase. Regardless of the activity you choose for working with your pup, this breed is happiest when they partake in at least an hour's worth of activity daily.