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TREEING FEIST ( aka Mountain Feist )|
The Treeing Feist was recognized by U.K.C. on November 1, 1998.
SKULL - The skull is flat and broad, tapering slightly toward the muzzle. Cheeks are muscular, but not over-developed.
MUZZLE - The muzzle is long and sufficiently broad and deep to balance the skull. Lips are tight. Lip pigment matches nose pigment and eye rims.
TEETH - The Treeing Feist has a complete set of evenly spaced, white teeth meeting in a scissors bite.
NOSE - Nose color is black or self-colored.
EYES - Eyes are brown, ranging from dark to amber. Eye rims match nose pigment.
EARS - Ears are set at the outside edges of the skull and may be erect or button, but not pendulous.
The forelegs are strong, straight, and moderately well boned. The elbows are set close to the body, but able to move freely in action. The pasterns are short, powerful, slightly sloping, and flexible. "Bench legs" are acceptable but not preferred.
Disqualification: Long or shaggy coat.
Height and Weight