The Dutch Partridge Dog has a very robust yet harmonious build that gives him a superb appearance.
Physically, he looks very much like the German Longhaired Pointer, but he is stronger than the Little Münsterländer.
His well-proportioned silhouette reveals all the muscular power of his lineage. His gait reveals his full capacity for great speed, perfectly suited to a hunting dog of his status.
Between 58 and 63 cm (22.83 to 24.80 inches) for the male
Between 55 and 60 cm (21.65 to 23.62 inches) for the female
Between 20 and 25 kg (44.09 to 55.12 pounds) for the male
Between 20 and 25 kg (44.09 to 55.12 pounds) for the female
His pretty coat is white with brown or orange spots with or without speckles.
It is sometimes possible to see tan, brown or red spots. Some specimens may be completely single-coloured, but the uniform color is not the most sought-after.
His beautiful dense and tight coat covers his entire body. It is never curly, and his coat is not particularly long but very dense.
That's why he often gives the impression of a long-haired dog.
The skull of his head is very slightly domed and his stop is gradual. His medium size eyes are oval shaped and a pretty amber color.
His drooping ears are close to the head without any folds. His pretty nose is brown. His long tail usually reaches the hock.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 7, section 1 and is #224