Of noble physique, powerful but never heavy, the Braque français, whether Pyrenean or Gascony type, has an almost identical silhouette that differs only in size, the Gascony type being larger than the Pyrenean. He is a muscular and very hardy dog.
Between 47 and 68 cm (18.50 to 26.77 inches) for the male
Between 47 and 68 cm (18.50 to 26.77 inches) for the female
Between 17 and 25 kg (37.48 to 55.12 pounds) for the male
Between 17 and 25 kg (37.48 to 55.12 pounds) for the female
His coat has a white background with more or less dark brown patches, sometimes with or without speckles.
His hair is short, coarse and rather dense for the Gascony type, while the Pyrenean is fine and shorter.
His head, with an almost flat skull, has a slightly accentuated stop. His well set eyes are dark yellow or a beautiful brown. His ears are medium length. His nose is brown. His tail is usually shortened.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 7, section 1 and is #134