This water dog with webbed paws is a much more hardy dog than the Newfoundland.
This large, sturdy dog has a harmoniously shaped silhouette, and although he physically resembles the Newfoundland, the Landseer's limbs are more developed and his coat is different. However, he also has the appearance of a nice, hairy dog.
Between 72 and 80 cm (28.35 to 31.50 inches) for the male
Between 67 and 72 cm (26.38 to 28.35 inches) for the female
Between 70 and 75 kg (154.32 to 165.34 pounds) for the male
Between 70 and 75 kg (154.32 to 165.34 pounds) for the female
His pretty coat is light white with black patches.
His long, smooth hair is fine and dense and is tangled with his undercoat.
His broad head with a massive skull has a clear stop. His almond shaped eyes are medium to dark brown and medium size.
His triangular ears, well set on either side of the head, are also medium size. His nose is all black. His strong bushy tail with very tight hair barely reaching beyond the hock.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 2, section 2 and is #226