This worker has a constitution adapted to the needs of his country. He is strong, harmoniously built, balanced and very powerful. Of medium size and compact, he is however very robust.
Even if his head is rather large, his overall constitution is in harmony with his size. Except for the colour, he has kept the wild look of his ancestor, the Dingo.
Between 46 and 51 cm (18.11 to 20.08 inches) for the male
Between 43 and 48 cm (16.93 to 18.90 inches) for the female
Between 20 and 30 kg (44.09 to 66.14 pounds) for the male
Between 20 and 30 kg (44.09 to 66.14 pounds) for the female
The colour of his coat can vary between blue, spotted or blended blue and red mottled. It is sometimes spotless or with blue, black, brown or reddish spots on the head.
His short coat is harsh and straight and is very rich in undercoat.
His skull is very large and has a light stop. His eyes are medium size and of a beautiful dark brown colour. His medium size large ears are straight and slightly pointed, like those of the Dingo.
His nose is black. His long tail falls naturally and almost reaches the hock.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 1, section 2 and is #287