Treeing Tennessee Brindle

30-40 lbs
16-22"
United States
Tennessee, Tennessee Brindle

The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is a breed of Cur, descending from the Old Brindle Cur dog. Curs are thought to be closely related hounds of North American origin, bred for treeing. Treeing is a type of hunting, which uses dogs to force prey to climb up into a tree. The idiom “barking up the wrong tree” comes from this type of hunting. Treeing can also be useful when naturalists need to radio-tag an animal. The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is a fairly new breed, which originated in the United States in the 1960s. They are strong and have a dense, smooth brindle coat.  The Treeing Tennessee Brindle does not require a lot of grooming maintenance. Once a week brushing is recommended to remove dead hair.  Bathing is only needed if the dog gets dirty or muddy. The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is an exceptionally sturdy and healthy breed. Additionally, the breed is intelligent, brave and a loyal companion.

Purpose
hunting, treeing
Date of Origin
1960s
Ancestry
brindle cur

Treeing Tennessee Brindle Health

Sketch of Treeing Tennessee Brindle
Average Size
Male Treeing Tennessee Brindle size stats
Height: 18-24 inches Weight: 30-50 lbs
Female Treeing Tennessee Brindle size stats
Height: 16-22 inches Weight: 30-40 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Hip Dysplasia
Minor Concerns
  • Otitis Externa
  • Obesity
Occasional Tests
  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Blood Test
  • X-Rays
  • Physical Examination
  • Ear Examination

Treeing Tennessee Brindle Breed History

The Treeing Tennessee Brindle originated from a Brindle Cur dog, with a brown coat decorated with black tiger-like stripes. The exact bloodline of the Brindle Cur is unknown. Reverend Earl Phillips was a writer for a hunting magazine and during his research Rev. Phillips became aware of a Brindle Cur with a brown coat and tiger stripes, which was highly praised for its incredible hunting skills. In the early 1960s, he contacted the dog’s owners and learned more about the breed’s keen sense of smell, tracking ability and treeing skills. In 1967, the Reverend spearheaded and formed The Treeing Tennessee Brindle Breeders Association. The association was created to preserve and protect the breed. The Treeing Tennessee Brindle's breeding records have been maintained through the American Kennel Club's Foundation Stock Service Program since 1995. The breed was recognized as the ACHA’s ninth breed of Coonhound. Most of the breeding stock came from the Appalachian Mountains, the Ozark Mountains and places in between. In 2009, the Treeing Tennessee Brindle was approved to compete in AKC companion events. As of 2013, the breed has foundation stock status with the American Kennel Club. The breed still cannot be registered with the American Kennel Club, but their breeding records are being maintained.

Treeing Tennessee Brindle Breed Appearance

The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is a medium size Cur. The Treeing Tennessee Brindle’s coat is short, dense and soft.  The breed can be either brindle or black with a brindle trim. Sometimes they may have small white markings on the chest and feet. The feet are round and well arched.  The dewclaws on their long, muscular legs are usually removed. The breed has a deep chest, a muscular neck and a well proportion body. The tail is thick at the base and tapers toward the tip. Their muzzles are slightly broad and long with a strong jaw. The breed has a flat and broad skull that tapers toward the muzzle. The cheeks of the Treeing Tennessee Brindle are muscular and the lips are tight with a scissor bite. The breed has pendant ears, which are V-shaped.  The eyes are brown (dark or amber) and the nose color is black.  This agile canine has an effortless and smooth gait.

Appearance of Treeing Tennessee Brindle
Eye Color Possibilities
brown Treeing Tennessee Brindle eyes
Brown
amber Treeing Tennessee Brindle eyes
Amber
Nose Color Possibilities
black Treeing Tennessee Brindle nose
Black
Coat Color Possibilities
brindle Treeing Tennessee Brindle coat
Brindle
black Treeing Tennessee Brindle coat
Black
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
Treeing Tennessee Brindle straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

Treeing Tennessee Brindle Breed Maintenance

The short coat of the Treeing Tennessee Brindle is easy to maintain.  Weekly brushing is recommended to remove dead hair and bathing is only needed if they get very dirty. They are vocal and they have a unique and loud bark, not acceptable for apartment living. The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is a high energy dog and requires more than daily walks. The breed needs an active owner who will take him hunting, treeing and hiking.  They love to have room to roam, explore, and use their tracking instincts. Because the Treeing Tennessee Brindle is an active dog, he should be provided a high protein diet. The breed does best in cooler environments. Treeing Tennessee Brindles kept outside must be provided adequate shelter during the winter months.

Brushes for Treeing Tennessee Brindle
Slicker Brush
Deshedder
Nail Clipper
Brushing Frequency
Treeing Tennessee Brindle requires weekly brushing
Daily Weekly Monthly

Treeing Tennessee Brindle Temperament

The Treeing Tennessee Brindle has a strong inbred instinct for hunting and is very courageous. The breed bays during a hunt, which means they cry out to the hunter.  They are very intelligent, agile and have an extraordinary sense of smell.  The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is an active, outgoing breed, which needs to have daily exercise.  The breed is friendly to other dogs and strangers, though they are good watch dogs and will bark to alert you to visitors. They are usually not an aggressive dog and do not make good guard dogs. Puppies should be trained and socialized at an early age. As a companion, the Treeing Tennessee Brindle is an affectionate and loving pet.  They adore children, although due to their high energy level they are better with older children. The Treeing Tennessee Brindle is not meant to be an apartment dog.  They do best in a house with a large yard or farm where they can run, play and explore.

Treeing Tennessee Brindle Activity Requirements

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Activity Level
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
10 miles
Minutes of Activity Per Day
60 minutes

Treeing Tennessee Brindle Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3 cups
Daily Cost
$1.50 - $1.90
Monthly Cost
$39.00 - $52.00

Treeing Tennessee Brindle Height & Weight

6 Months
Sketch of Treeing Tennessee Brindle at six months
Male Treeing Tennessee Brindle size stats at six months
Height: 15 inches Weight: 17 lbs
Female Treeing Tennessee Brindle size stats at six months
Height: 14 inches Weight: 16 lbs
12 Months
Sketch of Treeing Tennessee Brindle at 12 months
Male Treeing Tennessee Brindle size stats at 12 months
Height: 20 inches Weight: 25 lbs
Female Treeing Tennessee Brindle size stats at 12 months
Height: 18 inches Weight: 30 lbs
18 Months
Sketch of Treeing Tennessee Brindle at 18 months
Male Treeing Tennessee Brindle size stats at 18 months
Height: 21 inches Weight: 40 lbs
Female Treeing Tennessee Brindle size stats at 18 months
Height: 19 inches Weight: 35 lbs

Treeing Tennessee Brindle Owner Experiences

Easton
2 Years
2 People
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Cuddling
Dog Parks
Easton is our first dog ever and when we rescued him we had never heard of the breed before. He is the most amazing dog!! We couldn’t have gotten luckier. He is very smart, train him on something in an hour and he’ll know it forever. Never barks, loves people, other dogs and our two cats. He loves to run and be chased by other dogs and is super fast! Listens so well and cuddles with us. He’s just the best dog ever!! He loves to rough house with his owners but does tend to nip if we get too aggressive. He’s a grazer with food, eats a little at a time throughout the day.
1 week, 6 days ago
Lucy
3 Years
4 People
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Energy
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Emotional Support
Trail Ride Companion
Cuddling
Walk
Agility training
Exploring
Hiking
Lucy is the best dog I’ve ever owned. She adapts well to new environments as long as she has her people. She likes routine, is loyal, easily trainable, sensitive, fun, affectionate, gentle, sweet, and playful. She does well as a ranch dog around livestock, keeps away raccoons and critters, and is always trustworthy around children, babies, and other animals. She is amazing!
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Brandy
1 Year
1 People
Apartment
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Walking and hiking
I live right on the other side of the Hudson from Manhattan and somehow wound up with a TTH. She was brought up to a local shelter from Tennessee and I fell in love with her the moment I saw her. She is AMAZING! Super affectionate, major cuddler, good with everyone and other dogs. I know this says they aren't suitable for apartments but she does well. She is actually pretty quiet unless we start playing hard in the house. She gets about 3 hours of walking a day with occasional dog park visits to really run it out. We also head out to the mountains or trails in NJ and do some hiking and head to the beach. So, I think they are perfectly fine for an apartment as long as the get the excercise they need.
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Cora
14 Months
4 People
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We've only had her for 2 days now. Adopted this sweet girl and she is very intelligent and full of energy. We will be working with her on listening when called as she seems a bit stubborn. This could be due to the change of surroundings and different people.
2 months, 3 weeks ago
Meias Brancas
8 Years
2 People
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We found he around the apartment, i think he was abandoned. He's really loving and likes to be around us all the time, sometimes he cries when i go out. He has a lot of energy and is a very obedient dog, but hates to bath.
2 months, 3 weeks ago
JAX
18 Months
5 People
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Great Dog, though he does tend to have a bit higher anxiety when not with a family member. Does well with other dogs. He's a bit of a talker if he isn't allowed to be in the same room as his family members.
2 months, 4 weeks ago
Masi
6 Years
2 People
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The sweetest pup we've ever had. Wants to be beside you at all times. Loves to go outside to run and play. Hates water! Aggressive towards some dogs, friendly towards all people! Loves to bark at anything going by the house.
4 months, 2 weeks ago
Macduff
Three Years
3 People
Apartment
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Walk
Finding her chewie hiding places
Rope pull
We got her from the dog pound so her age is a guesstimate. She's friendly and sweet to people and some dogs. She is trying hard to get the start car that lives under a neighbor's car. She was heartbroken when we got her and will sit but no other commands. She is affectionate and loved her alpha dog (my husband) best. I am I'll and she is more gentle with me. She is a great companion.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Roxi
7 Years
3 People
House & Yard
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Roxi, is super athletic very fast, trees squirrels daily has rumbled with ground hogs, chases deer and fox, and even treed a huge ground hog, climbs trees, is very aware of surroundings and dangerous circumstances. We leave her food in dish will not over eat, chews her treats not gulps, flat out awesome dog! Stores treat for later consumption.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Clementine
9 Months
2 People
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We got Clem about 2 weeks ago from a local shelter. She had been rescued from a hoarding situation. At first she was afraid of us but warmed up very quickly and now is extremely loving and affectionate. They told us she was a Catahoula cur mix, but after stumbling upon TTB, it's TOTALLY her. We just sent in a DNA test that we won't get back for a few weeks, but I'm 100% convinced she's a TTB. She looks exactly like the breed pictures and she acts exactly like the descriptions in these comments. SUPER smart, jumps from toy to toy, gets into everything, but as sweet as can be. Also wary of new people coming to the house but warms up quickly. We adore her!
6 months, 3 weeks ago
Tiger
2 Years
4 People
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Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Frisbee
Running
Walking
Great companion, quiet and peaceful
7 months ago
Morty
2 Years
2 People
House
Health
Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Fetch
Running
Walking
Chase
I rescued Morty when he was 1 1/2 years old. He was abandoned during a flood in Tennessee. The place where I got him didn't know what he was, but I looked through every dog breed and this fits him perfectly. Hes mostly black with orange brindle on his legs, cheeks, and ears, with white on his chest and on the tip of his one foot. Hes very smart and learns quickly, but also seems to get bored very easily. I cant teach him for too long until he just wants to play. He definitely needs at least on hour of hard exercise, he loves to sprint, but when we get home he just passes out for a couple hours. Also keeping him off leash is a gamble. Hes really good most of the time off leash, but he does have a very strong prey drive and will run off when he sees something, but is very good at coming back to me now after a few minutes of chasing. Hes good with my cat but does like herd him around the house. Hes also pretty good at being quiet but does bark when he sees people passing close by the house, when he needs to potty, and also when we’re late getting to bed. He likes a routine and will bark at you when your late to do something. Hes very friendly towards other dogs and people in public. Hes never gotten aggressive with another dog even when the other dog clearly wants to eat him. He barks and growls at people that come over the house until he deems them a non threat, and then hes very freindly. Hes very sensitive to when you get mad, so he does respond greatly to positive reinforcement rather then negative. He is a really great dog, very loyal and follows me everywhere. He also cuddles with me at night which is the cutest thing ever. 11/10 recommended
8 months, 2 weeks ago
Chestnut
5 Months
2 People
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Health
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Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Hiking
I have 4 pups that were dumped on my road, in very poor health. They are now all healthy and happy. Would love to find them homes, they look and act so much like I have just read about the TTH. I wouldn't mind keeping one of them but that choice would be very difficult.
8 months, 2 weeks ago
Hiro
10 Years
4 People
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My pup showed up 10 years ago at about 6 weeks old probably. He and 2 others were dumped behind my house. He was a sweet stubborn puppy but once dominance was established that diminished..until old age.. we raised him to be able to deal with any rough housing from future children encounters and he is the most loyal loving animal I've ever encountered. Only sounds when we need alerted. Most loving big baby ever in the house, do not approach if hes on a chain and doesn't know you or I'm home with the kids and my husband isn't home. Best judge of character. If someone new is in our home he will sit at their feet or between our family and said new person as if to act as a barrier. He is still a puppy at heart and has his lively spurts. Unfortunately he is getting up there in age and has to sit out on hunting trips. Takes to long to recoup from a trip out. Most unique hunting dog. He will tree. But he also prefers to actually stand further back and look in the tree vs just relying on smell. Quite amusing to watch him. I have been blessed to have this amazing pup be my first baby and protector of my children. He sleeps with my son who is almost 8 and my daughter who is 3. They feel "safe" knowing hes next them. Best animal breed hands down.
9 months, 4 weeks ago
Cash
11 Years
1 People
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I adopted him from a local Animal Rescue League, around 4 yrs at the time of adoption. He has been the best dog I have ever had. He is very affectionate to everyone and other dogs or cats. He only barks at squirrels and is very fast and have caught many in his lifetime. He is now 11, but still seems to be quite alert and mobile.
10 months, 1 week ago
Millie
8 Years
2 People
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Ours tends to be a stubborn dog. She gets along great with our other dogs and the cat. She is a bit lazy, but that may be due to her upbringing before she became part of our family. She is a great dog who loves to cuddle at night and steal your spot when you get up. She is a picky eater, but eats well when she finds something she likes.
11 months ago
Willow
2 Years
4 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Running
Walk
Play fighting
Retrieving Ball
chasing squirrels
She's a sweet natured dog. She loves trying to catch squirrels in our back yard. She is very fearful of many household items, especially balloons. She's not a cuddler but is very loyal and always sticks close by to family. She is jealous of our older golden retriever but always is mimicking her. Her fears have gotten to the point where we may have to get her anxiety medication.
11 months, 3 weeks ago
Bobby McGee
4 Months
2 People
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Energy
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Hiking
cuddle
Walking
My TTB is THE sweetest friendliest baby ive ever had. If i feel sleeping all day hes right there with me the whole time cuddling or if i feel like an all day hike he is up for that with high energy and hes very curious. Best breed EVER!
1 year ago
Walter
8 Months
2 People
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Adopted Walter, advertised as hound and pitbull mix. He seems to be exactly TTB. He is very affectionate and sleeps as close as you'll let him. Loves being a watch dog and gives out a deep, scary bark when spotting animals or people. Great for us in a rural area where we don't get many visitors; problematic for an apartment situation. Needs daily exercise. We do ball toss 30 min nonstop in the morning and again in the evening. Still has plenty of energy to wrestle our senior dog in between. Sleeps soundly in his crate for 5 hours while we're at work. Smart dog. Learned commands and routines quickly. Not stubborn like my other dog. Strong desire to please his owners. Food driven. Walter loves other dogs. Takes 15 minutes for him to warm up to people he doesn't know. Barks at them first, which is offputting. Working on training to get him to stop that. Overall, a great companion.
1 year ago
Rysy
3 Months
3 People
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He is great, after 2 days of training he is already responding to cues and commands. He is amazingly smart. He is great with my 3 year old, very loving and affectionate. I already trust him with her, but he still needs to learn to control his excitement. It seems after a long walk near/through the woods he is calm for the rest of the day. He and the rest of his litter are some of the sweetest and most beautiful dogs I've ever seen. I'd recommend one for and family.
1 year, 2 months ago
Collin
3 Years
3 People
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Kisses
Running
Walk
Cuddling
Fetch
We adopted Collin from the human society as a rescue from Alabama when he came up north from flooding. They told us he was a Labrador/ Retriever mix but he looks exactly like the dog in that picture. He is the sweetest little boy and he loves to cuddle us! (He actually sleeps in between my boyfriend and I all night long) We are working on training with him because he doesn’t know any commands or cues, even though he is a very well mannered pup. He LOVES to run. His barks sound so mean and vicious but he only wants to lick and smell you. He is amazing at letting me know if people are in the hallway 3 doors down even. He barks for a few minutes then stops once the noise is gone or we ignore him.
1 year, 2 months ago
Connor
3 Years
2 People
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Health
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Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Running
hide and seek
Tug-of-war
swimming
Hiking
Rescued Connor at 18 months where he spent most of his puppy life in a crate and short chain outside. Immediately got along with our pit bull, Molly. Very curious, agile and loves to go on hikes in the bush. Need to keep a shock collar on him when deer are active as he’ll chase deer for days. Strong prey drive but only to alert us (does not try and kill our neighbourhood squirrels!). Definitely needs 1-2 hours of intense activity per day. Loves routine. He growls at some strangers but warms up to them if they ignore him. Otherwise he’s an amazing dog, loyal, brave, goofy and loving!
1 year, 3 months ago
Humphrey
2 Years
1 People
Apartment
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Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Fetch
Walk
Tug-of-war
Dog Parks
Lots of energy...likes to play rough with other dogs, he usually finds a dog and wrestles with them the whole time at the park...friendly towards people he knows, but not to strangers...likes to cuddle when he’s in a certain mood...typically very sweet but can be seen as aggressive when too excited...as long as he gets enough excercose he’s fine when left in the apartment during the day...
1 year, 3 months ago
Boscoe
3 Years
2 People
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We got Boscoe from the pound and had his DNA tested through Wisdom Panel. The results showed that he was 50% Golden Retriever, 12.5% German Shepard, 12.5% Belgian Malinois, and 25 % Vizsla (with a question mark) which means that traces of Vizsla were found but unidentifiable. Boscoe looks EXACTLY like the dog in the Home Page of this site and shows all the characteristics listed for the Tennessee Brindle. I am beginning to think that that is the dominant breed in Boscoe. He's a HOOT!
1 year, 5 months ago
Axel
3 Years
4 People
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Hiking
Great dog for my family. Dont trust him off the leash. He disappeared after 2 deer into the woods and was missing for 3 hours but he came back!
1 year, 7 months ago
Ellie
6 Months
5 People
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Energy level is increasing. Very loving and fun dog. Learns fast. Loves kids and other dogs. Loves to RUN! But will sleep for a day and a half after a solid day of activity.
1 year, 9 months ago
Sadie
10 Months
5 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
Trainability
Pastimes
Run
Walk
Tug-of-war
Chase
She is loyal, affectionate and sweet to her family. She is friendly to a point. Energetic, playful, obedient, listens, loving, and smart! Sadie is a rescue, and an addition to her family. She will adapt to her environment and will follow in the footsteps of an older dog in the house.
1 year, 9 months ago
Clarence
12 Months
2 People
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Grooming
Friendliness
Energy
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Pastimes
Dog Parks
Shake
Hide & Seek
Obedience classes
Tug-of-war
Swim
Hike
Learn a new trick
Walk
Very fast learning, however, struggles in new environments. Takes awhile to get over his fears. He is still scared of slippery floors. Not a big cuddler, but wants to be close to you.
1 year, 10 months ago
Abbie
4 Years
2 People
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Adopted from local humane society, she is extremely protective of me. Does not like anyone but Dad closer than twenty/thirty feet of me. Working n that, but slow going! I love her dearly, end of story!
1 year, 11 months ago
Simba
6 Months
2 People
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Walks
Playing
Hiking
Cuddling
Simba is an amazing dog, he loves with his entire heart, he’s a scaredy-cat but will alert you right away when he hears something. He’s difficult to train, very stubborn, but he understands more everyday. Very loyal, great with a house cat
2 years ago
Neela
4 Years
2 People
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Pastimes
playing with stuffed toys
Playing Ball
She is the best... so affectionate. She loves attention! We have 2 other retriever dogs that she gets along great with. She loves getting the ball first and playing keep away from the other 2 dogs that try to get the ball from her to bring back to me. She loves chasing our cats.
2 years, 2 months ago
Coco Chanel
18 Months
2 People
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Chase
She recently climbed the back yard fence and onto the roof of the neighbors garage. That’s where I found her.
2 years, 2 months ago
Maggie
9 Weeks
2 People
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Play
Walk
Fetch
She is sweet and smart. Had terrible worms when we got her, but working through it all. We were told pup was older than she actually is. Her coat is getting shiny as the worms die off. Big difference in her in only three weeks.
2 years, 2 months ago
Jay
5 Months
1 People
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He is the best dog, he listens well to my command. There’s something I need to train him such as potty and poop outside but everything else he is good. I am proud of him to have him my life. He is loving, loyalty and caring dog. I couldn’t ask for a better friendship. I love my Treeing Tennessee Brindle, Jay Garrick!
2 years, 3 months ago
Tucker
9 Months
3 People
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Energy
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Pastimes
Catch treats
Hike
Fetch
Love him to death. Not as trainable as a golden retriever but loves to run in the woods. People friendly. Fast runner. Loyal friend.
2 years, 4 months ago
Jack
1 Year
3 People
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Running
Excelent company dog
2 years, 7 months ago
Murphy
7 Months
2 People
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Bath time
Murphy is friendly to other adults and children but when it comes to me the owner he starts to bark at me grab my clothes and pull show teeth and growl other times calm
2 years, 7 months ago
Tigger
6 Months
3 People
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Fetch
Adopted from local shelter. She is smart and loving
2 years, 7 months ago
Healey
6 months
2 People
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fear reactive as puppy, but very loving to us
2 years, 9 months ago
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