This Spitz-type dog is slightly smaller than average, with a body that easily fits into a square.
His frank and alert expression gives him the look of most Nordic dogs, which are lively and always attentive.
He has a harmonious silhouette that leaves a pleasant impression of a hard-working and friendly dog.
Between 43 and 47 cm (16.93 to 18.50 inches) for the male
Between 41 and 45 cm (16.14 to 17.72 inches) for the female
Between 14 and 18 kg (30.86 to 39.68 pounds) for the male
Between 12 and 16 kg (26.46 to 35.27 pounds) for the female
His color can vary from light wheat to yellowish red and black. It is preferable for the coat be one color and that the tones do not influence the basic color too much, but sometimes, the tip of the hair is lighter, a facial mask is present and white can appear in some spots.
His double coat is thick, hard, flat and smooth as a topcoat, while the undercoat is thick and soft.
The hair on the chest, neck, tail and back of the thighs is longer, while the hair on the head and front of the legs is shorter.
His head, with an almost flat skull, has a well marked stop. His oval shaped eyes are very dark. His pointed and erect ears are medium length. His nose is black. His tail is curled over the middle of the back. It is never on the sides.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 5, section 3 and is #237