This medium-size dog has solid bones and a strong, muscular constitution. The healthy, robust appearance of the Tyrolean Hound shows great self-confidence.
His silhouette, which is longer than tall, can fit in a rectangle, with long and very harmonious lines.
Between 44 and 50 cm (17.32 to 19.69 inches) for the male
Between 42 and 48 cm (16.54 to 18.90 inches) for the female
Between 18 and 20 kg (39.68 to 44.09 pounds) for the male
Between 18 and 20 kg (39.68 to 44.09 pounds) for the female
The color of his coat is a magnificent black and tan or predominantly fawn. For dresses with tawny shades, red, yellow red, deer red are accepted but in darker than lighter shades.
For black and tan colored dresses, the tan spots are not well defined on the abdomen, limbs, chest and head. Both coat varieties may have white spots on the legs and feet, in the sternum area, on the chest and collar.
His double hair, with an undercoat, is coarser than fine.
His head with a slightly domed skull is a rather dry cut. His large, round eyes are a beautiful dark brown color. His large ears are rounded at the tip. His nose is black. His long tail almost reaches the hock. It is carried high in action.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 6, section 1 and is #68