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Weight (lbs) 70-115 20-35 Variable
Height at Shoulder 26-34 in. 16-20 in. Variable
Color black, white, all shades of gray & tan, grizzled, never spotted all shades of gray & tan, white or black very rare, never spotted. Variable, may be spotted
Tail Carriage hangs down or straight out, never curls hands down or straight out, never curls Variable, may curl
General Appearance massive, long legged, first impression is often calf or deer delicate, medium size, dog-like proportions with fox-like face. Variable
Ears rounded, relatively short, never hang down pointed, relatively long, never hang down Variable, may hang down
Muzzle large and blocky long and pointed Variable
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