The rather elongated build of this small size dog gives him a Basset hound morphology and straight limbs.
His elegant silhouette is very harmonious. His well-developed bone structure reveals his capacity for work. His general appearance is very pleasant to look at.
Between 40 and 44 cm (15.75 to 17.32 inches) for the male
Between 39 and 43 cm (15.35 to 16.93 inches) for the female
Between 18 and 20 kg (39.68 to 44.09 pounds) for the male
Between 18 and 20 kg (39.68 to 44.09 pounds) for the female
The color of his coat may vary.
White and black (black with white stripes), black and red (black with red marks), black and sandy (black with sandy patches), white and orange (fawn with white stripes), tricolor (fawn with black coat and white stripes), sable, sandy with white patches and sable are all acceptable possibilities.
His harsh coat is not too long, it is flat but never woolly or silky.
Fringes are accepted, but they should not be too abundant. Eyebrows are usually very pronounced but do not cover the eyes.
His skull is convex and the stop well marked. His large oval shaped eyes are dark.
His pretty narrow ears are flexible and fine and should generally extend beyond the tip of the nose.
His nose is completely black. His good length tail is carried slightly curved or sabre-bladed.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group , section and is #