Global Dog Breeds

Treeing Cur


Treeing Cur developed in rural areas of the United States like other Cur breeds. The breeders wanted to concentrate on their performance rather than their looks and raised dogs which can be used for watching, hunting and guarding. Treeing Cur got recognition in UKC (United Kennel Club) in 1998.


Facts About Treeing Cur

Breed Group Working Dog, curs, Scenthound
Breed Type Mixed Breed
Country of Origin USA
Other Names N.A
Size & Height Medium, 18-24 inches
Weight 30-60 lbs
Competitive Registration / Qualification Information NKC, DRA, UKC
Shedding Moderate
Hypoallergenic No
Litter Size N.A
Color All colors including black, brindle and red
Life Expectancy 8-12 years
Coat Soft undercoat, short, dense, short/medium, smooth/ rough undercoat
Price $300–$500

Temperament & Personality

It is one of the most active and most robust treeing dogs, it is brave and using its eyes, ears, nose while hunting. It remains silent or barks when it is at work. A part of its treeing abilities, it is an excellent family companion, and it has an eagerness to please its master. It mixes well with other pets in the family if raised together. They might become overprotective and aggressive if they don’t get a firm master or leader.



It is an energetic working dog and requires ample of regular workouts. Long walks with jogs and sufficient of playtime in a fenced yard will be adequate for the dog. The dog loves playing and running. Hence games like Frisbee, ball fetching games will be liked by the dog. Without proper exercises, the dog might develop odd behaviors.


The dog is easy to maintain, its short fur requires brushing once a week. It will remove the loose hair as well as the keep the coat healthy. Bath the dog when it is necessary, excess bathing will wash out the essential oils from the coat and will make the coat dry. To remove excess hair hemostats are ideal. Its droopy ears will retain moisture and wax, which will need cleaning every week with an approved canine ear wash, to prevent painful ear infection. Nails will require trimming two to three times a week with a nail clipper. Teeth brushing every twice or thrice will avert tartar collection and tooth decay.

Health Problems


These dogs suffer from few hereditary conditions, few individuals might suffer from blindness, deafness, and albinism. Random veteran checkups and occasional tests will keep the dog healthy and fit.


It is an intelligent dog and training them is very easy because they learn things very quickly.

Socializing the dog by taking it to parks or to a friend’s house to engage the dog in interaction. Encourage the dog to react positively with other people. Always make sure that the dogs it socializes with are immunized against fleas, ticks, and mites. Positive training methods like praises and treats will allow the dog to pick up tricks very quickly.

Brindle Treeing Cur Dog


Diet consisting of a balanced proportion of carbohydrate, minerals, vitamins and proteins and fat helps the dog to maintain good health.


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