The Pudelpointer is very heavy and has powerful muscles. His overall build is well proportioned and harmonious, with the general appearance of a working dog.
Despite a certain heaviness, the Pudelpointer exudes elegance.
Between 60 and 68 cm (23.62 to 26.77 inches) for the male
Between 55 and 63 cm (21.65 to 24.80 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 color of his coat can vary between brown, black and a color called "dead leaf".
His medium length harsh, dense coat is flat on the body.
His coat also has a very thick single-colored undercoat.
His head, with a flat skull has a well marked stop. His large eyes are dark amber.
His ears, set high, are medium size, and very close to the head.
His nose is strongly pigmented, and generally in harmony with the coat. His tail is carried naturally straight or slightly curved in a sabre shape and reaches almost down to the hock. It can also be shortened.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 7, section 1 and is #216