Ranging from 10 to 30 pounds, the Treeing Feist bears a short, smooth coat that is often white or tan, with red, black or tan spots. Also known as the Mountain Feist, the Treeing Feist is a hunting breed of the Terrier family. The canine is recognized by both the National Kennel Club and the United Kennel Club.
The dog has a medium-length muzzle and slightly rounded skull, and it has a short tail that is set high and erect. Swift and agile, with muscular hind legs, the Treeing Feist is commonly used as a hunting companion for small game. The species is easy to groom and their high-spirited and lovable demeanor makes them a favorite of dog lovers.