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Welcome to National Treeing Curs Assn:
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The National Treeing Cur Association (NTCA) was established to promote this breed of dogs. The Treeing Cur is not limited by a paper border ... it is the Cur dog breed that is open to the dreams and needs of the breeders involved. The Treeing Cur is to be above most, a tree dog! Some may be reproducers of treedog qualities and founders of particular lines of Treeing Curs. Others may be dogs that just like to tree and their owners want to register to competition hunt. As with other lines of dogs, it is always important to do your research to find out the history behind each particular strain, but this breed of dogs was created to open up a space where breeders can "breed the best to the best" and strive to make a better hunting dog for the future of the sport.

The Treeing Cur should be a very all-round dog like Curs were intended. They should be able to tree coon, squirrel, big game and take down a hog or bay and also herd cattle if needed. They should be intelligent and loyal. They should use their eyes, ears and nose to locate game.

Treeing Curs are recognized by NKC, UKC, and PKC and can be competed in all these registries. If you have a dog that fits the breed standard and want to get it registered you can contact me and I'll send you the paperwork for it. We are looking to continue seeing this breed succeed and need good owners, breeders and promoters.

To join our association it is $5 per person, $7 per couple and $10 per family. Checks can be made payable to the NTCA and mailed to: 5419 Dulin Creek, House Springs MO 63051. Also feel free to mail or e-mail me with any successes of your dog, so I can promote them in my column in Full Cry

The Treeing Cur is a service organization. We want to help where help is needed - be it sending out paperwork, promoting events and successes or sending donations to good causes. Please help us continue this with your support.

Contact Amy Kovac-Thomas