Endowed with an expressive and very gentle look, this dog offers at first glance a happy blend between the native Spaniel and the Oysel dog.
His strong and nervous limbs still offer a calm and balanced gait.
This well-trained dog shows an imposing but joyful head.
Physically, he displays a presence and pleasant appearance. He is a superb canine specimen.
Between 55 and 60 cm (21.65 to 23.62 inches) for the male
Between 55 and 60 cm (21.65 to 23.62 inches) for the female
Between 18 and 23 kg (39.68 to 50.71 pounds) for the male
Between 18 and 23 kg (39.68 to 50.71 pounds) for the female
The color of his coat is a pretty mottled grey with brown patches on different parts of the body and at the root of the tail.
Red spots are also present on the feet and head.
The thick hair of his slightly wavy coat is rather tight.
The head of the Picardy Spaniel is round and broad and has an oblique stop.
His pretty eyes are dark amber color. His ears frame the head very well and are set low.
His pretty nose is brown. His tail is not too long, but is nicely decorated with light, concave and convex curves.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 7, section 1 and is #108