The Austrian Pinscher is a medium sized, sturdy dog with a cheerful and bright facial expression.
Males: 44 – 50 cm
Females: 42 – 48 cm
15 – 22 kg
Topcoat with undercoat. The coat is short to medium long. Within the Austrian Pinscher breed there are many different color varieties: wheat yellow, brown yellow, fawn, black with red/brown markings. Often with white markings (blaze, throat, chest, limbs and/or tail tip).
Pear-shaped, harmoniously fit with body. Wide and vaulted forehead with obvious wrinkle. Clearly expressed cheekbones and strong cheek muscles. Shorte, strong muzzle. Tight, smooth adjoininig lips, dark pigmented.
A large eyeball in round lid aperture, the eyelids contiguous with a dark pigment.
Button ears (most common), small and high set.
Powerful and complete scissor bite.
Set high, carried curled, powerful, medium long, densely hairy.
For the complete breed standard click here: FCI Standard Austrian Pinscher EN