This rather hardy dog is characterized by his short neckline giving him a very special look.
His medium and well-proportioned silhouette gives him a beautiful allure.
His muscular build shows his great aptitudes for the job.
Between 46 and 58 cm (18.11 to 22.83 inches) for the male
Between 46 and 55 cm (18.11 to 21.65 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 dress of the Cursinu is generally a beautiful reddish color. It can be in all shades, from red to auburn.
It can also be in the shade of black marked with russet or sand.
Sometimes the mask is also present. There may also be white spots located at the extremities of the limbs or on the chest.
The mid-length or short dense coat is sometimes endowed with fringes, but not always.
The head of the Cursinu has a flat skull and a slightly accentuated stop.
It is of lupoid type, therefore in the shape of a pyramid with an elongated and straight muzzle, reminiscent of a wolf.
His oval shaped eyes are a pretty hazelnut to dark brown color.
His drooping ears, broken in a v, folded like a rose, or semi-drooping are triangular and medium length.
His large nose is black. His entire tail is medium to long. It is dense and rolls up on the back in action while falling back down at rest.
According to the SCC he belongs to Group 5, section 7 and he wears the # 125420.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group , section and is #