Short on legs, the Czech Terrier is muscular and very well built. His particular physique is determined by his bushy eyebrows, beard and whiskers, among other things.
Between 25 and 32 cm (9.84 to 12.60 inches) for the male
Between 25 and 32 cm (9.84 to 12.60 inches) for the female
Between 6 and 9 kg (13.23 to 19.84 pounds) for the male
Between 6 and 9 kg (13.23 to 19.84 pounds) for the female
He comes in two varieties, light brown or blue-grey. The light brown coat dog is dark brown at birth, and the blue-grey dog is completely black.
Certain color markings are allowed such as white, yellow or gray, which can be located on the belly, chest, neck and even on the tip of the tail.
His long hair is solid and fine, and slightly wavy, with a very silky sheen.
His head is rather narrow, but has the shape of a truncated and fairly long corner. His eyes are medium size.
Eye color varies according to coat color, ranging from light to dark brown. His ears are medium size, set high and close to the cheeks. They are triangular in shape.
His nose is dark. His relatively thick tail is set low.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 3, section 2 and is #246