Rather short on legs, like most others in his category, the Alpine Dachsbracke has a robust and muscular build. His developed bones and firm muscles make him an excellent tenacious and combative hunting dog.
Between 34 and 42 cm (13.39 to 16.54 inches) for the male
Between 34 and 42 cm (13.39 to 16.54 inches) for the female
Between 15 and 18 kg (33.07 to 39.68 pounds) for the male
Between 15 and 18 kg (33.07 to 39.68 pounds) for the female
The coat of the Alpine Dachsbracke is fawn tending towards red or black and tan or red-brown.
His coat is dense and double and has a thick undercoat.
His head with its slightly domed skull has a light stop. The dog's black eyelids hide very dark brown eyes. His large drooping ears are rather smooth. His nose is black. His tail, in the shape of a brush, barely reaches the ground.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 6, section 2 and is #254