Very well proportioned, the Hamilton Hound exudes a vigorous impression as well as great strength. With a muscular appearance and good endurance, he is not heavy. His silhouette and appearance offer a pleasant, calm and rather balanced look.
Between 53 and 61 cm (20.87 to 24.02 inches) for the male
Between 49 and 57 cm (19.29 to 22.44 inches) for the female
Between 23 and 27 kg (50.71 to 59.52 pounds) for the male
Between 23 and 27 kg (50.71 to 59.52 pounds) for the female
The Hamilton Hound's coat is always tricolor. Black is found on the upper part of the tail, sides of the trunk and on the neck. The tan color, which can go to reddish brown, is found on the lateral sides of the tail, trunk and neck as well as on the limbs and head.
White is found on the muzzle and sometimes on the neck, chest, tip of tail as well as legs and feet.
His hair is rough, not too short, and close to the body.
His head has a slightly domed skull and a well-defined stop. His eyes of a beautiful dark brown color have a very calm expression. His soft ears are pressed against the cheeks and their front edge is straight and not folded out. His pretty nose is all black. His tail is sometimes slightly curved or straight and reaches the hock.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 6, section 1 and is #132