The breed of Treeing Tennessee Brindles is incredibly strong and healthy. They have a strong inborn instinct for hunting and are loyal, fearless, and intelligent friends. During a hunt, the breed bays, or calls out to the hunter.
The United States is where the Treeing Tennessee Brindle first appeared, particularly in and around the Appalachian and Ozark Mountains. With the aim of having excellent scenting abilities, being an open trailer with good voice, and maintaining the amazing capacity to tree all types of game, they are bred from Cur dogs. They differ from the Plott in conformation and are brindle-colored, smaller in size, and have shorter ears. The breed of Treeing Tennessee Brindles is incredibly bright, brave, and sociable. They make excellent hunting dogs because they are quick, alert, and agile.