: Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree.
: Lack of male or female characteristics, lack of balance, too light, too coarse in built.
: Lacking self-confidence, nervous, easily provoked.
: Lines of head not parallel, apple head, wedge shaped head, too little stop; too prominent cheek muscles.
: Pointed, lacking flews, lips too pendulous. Bridge of nose concave (dish shaped), convex (roman nose), falling away in front part (eagle nose).
: Any deviation from a complete set of teeth (only the missing of both PM1 in the lower jaw may be tolerated). Irregular position of individual incisors as long as the bite remains otherwise correct), teeth too small.
: Slack lids, haw too red. Light, piercing, amber coloured eyes. Wall eyes or differently coloured eyes in all solid coat colours. Eyes too wide apart or slit eyes. Eyes protruding or too deeply set.
: Set on too high or too low. Standing off from the sides of the head or flat lying.
: Short thick neck, ewe neck, throatiness or excess of dewlap.
: Sway back, roach back. Too long in back. Topline rising towards rear.
: Falling away steeply or completely flat.
: Too thick, too long or too short, set on too low or too highly carried above the back line. Hook tail or curled tail as well as tail carried sideways. Tail which is damaged, thickened at the tip or has been docked.
: Flat or barrel-shaped ribs. Lack of width or depth of chest. Too strongly protruding breastbone.
: Belly line not sufficiently tucked up. Teats not sufficiently retracted.
: Insufficient angulation. Light bone, weak muscles. Stance not vertical.
: Loose or loaded. Upright shoulder blade.
: Loose, turning in or out.
: Bent, enlarged above pastern.
: Enlarged, markedly weak or knuckling over.
: Too sloping or too upright.
: Too much or too little angulation. Cow hocked, close together or open hocked when standing.
: Exaggerated large or unstable.
: Flat, splayed, long. Dewclaws.
: Covering too little ground, lack of freedom in action. Frequent or constant pacing. Lack of co-ordination between front and hind movement.
: Double coat (coarse, short coat), dull coat.
-\tIn fawn : Grey fawn, blue fawn, isabella (cream) or sooty fawn
-\tIn brindles : Basic colour silver blue or isabella. Washed-out
-\tIn harlequins : Blue-grey ticked basic colour.
Large fawn-grey or blue-grey parts in the patches.
\t- In blacks : Fawn, brown or blue-black colour.
\t- In blues: Fawn or black-blue colour.
: Pincer bite.
: Ectropion, entropion.
: Kinky tail.
: Aggressiveness, fear-biting.
: Liver coloured; split nose.
: Overshot, undershot, wry mouth.
: Fawn or brindle dogs with white blaze, white collar, white feet or socks and white tip of tail.
\tBlue dogs with white blaze, white collar, white feet or socks or white tip of tail.
\tHarlequin dogs : White without any black (albinos), deaf. So called Porcelain tigers (dogs that show predominantly blue, grey, fawn or brindle patches), so called Grautiger (dogs that have a basic grey colour with black patches).
: Below minimum height.
Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.
: Male animals should have two apparently normally developed testicles fully descended into the scrotum.
(1) Nose(12) Back and Loin(23) Forearm
(2) Nasal-bridge(13) Croup(24) Carpal joint
(3) Lips(14) Pelvis(25) Pastern
(4) Stop(15) Set on of the tail(26) Toes
(5) Cheeks(16) Tail(27) Penis
(6) Skull(17) Forechest(28) Upper thigh
(7) Throat(18) Ribcage(29) Patella
(8) Ears(19) Breastbone(30) Lower thigh
\t(20) Shoulder blade(31) Point of the hock
(10) Nape(21) Upper arm(32) Hock
(11) Withers(22) Elbow(33) Rear Pastern