Strong and very light, the Harrier is however more distinguished than his ancestor the Foxhound, but he is less powerful.
His general appearance is very English and his silhouette is perfectly adapted to allow him to become an excellent hunting companion.
Between 48 and 55 cm (18.90 to 21.65 inches) for the male
Between 48 and 50 cm (18.90 to 19.69 inches) for the female
Between 25 and 30 kg (55.12 to 66.14 pounds) for the male
Between 25 and 30 kg (55.12 to 66.14 pounds) for the female
The coat color has a white background, with all possible shades of black and orange.
Outside his country, it often happens that he is tricolour with a black coat covering the entire upper back.
The smooth hair of his coat is flat but not too short, called "English style".
His skull is completely flat. His dark eyes are of medium size.
His ears are v-shaped and almost flat. They are set high, rather short and slightly turned.
His nose is black. His medium length tail is well carried and slightly spiky (corn-shaped).
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 6, section 1 and is #295