TREEING in front of a certain type of hunting dog always has meant that it has Hound in it. Below we explain just what a Traditional Treeing Cur and Traditional Treeing Feist is.
What is a Traditional Treeing Cur:
A Traditional Treeing Cur is one half Hound and one half Cur. If it is not of this mix then it is not a true Traditional Treeing Cur. The size and color can range depending on the Hound and Cur mix.
What is a Traditional Treeing Feist:
A Traditional Treeing Feist is one half Hound and one half Feist. If it is not of this mix then it is not a true Traditional Treeing Feist. The size and color can range depending on the Hound and Feist mix.
In order for dogs to be registered into either one of these registries they have to be Hound/Cur or Hound/Feist. They have to total 50 percent Hound and 50 percent Cur (Traditional Treeing Cur) or 50 percent Hound and 50 percent Feist (Traditional Treeing Feist).
This type of breeding has been done for years and has made some very good top notch tree dogs. Today many people call a dog Treeing Cur or Treeing Feist and they have no Hound in them or maybe a hound way back on the 3rd-4th generation. This is not a true Traditional Treeing Cur or Traditional Treeing Feist. Some registries/clubs let anything in as a Treeing Cur.
If you are interested in registering your Traditional Treeing Cur or Traditional Treeing Feist contact "The Registry" at the e-mail address, mailing address or phone number on the bottom of this page for registration forms.