Mountain Cur

A type of working dog from the United States.


Brought to America by early settlers, the Mountain Cur played a vital role in guarding family and livestock.

A Versatile Worker

These dogs were used for hunting game like raccoons, squirrels, and even bigger game like bears.

 Physical Features

They have a short coat, with colors ranging from brindle, black, blue, yellow, and red.


While they are fearless hunters, they are also protective, intelligent, and can be great family pets.

Training Needs

Early socialization and obedience training are crucial for this breed.

Health and Lifespan

With proper care, they can live up to 14-16 years.


A well-balanced diet is essential for their health and well-being.


Their short coat requires minimal grooming, but regular brushing is beneficial.


Once on the brink of extinction, they are now gaining popularity as pets and hunting dogs.

A Loyal Companion

Whether as a working dog or a family pet, the Mountain Cur remains a loyal and dedicated companion.