Head And Skull
Long, fine, lean and chiselled, rather narrow, without excess. Skull: It is almost flat, rather elongated. The width of the skull must definitely be inferior to half the length of the head. The directions of the axes of the skull and the muzzle are often slightly divergent towards the front. The superciliary arches and the frontal furrow are slightly marked. On the other hand, the occipital crest is clearly protruding and the occipital protuberance marked. Stop: Very slightly marked. Nose: Nostrils well opened. The nose is either black or brown. Muzzle: Long, straight, fine towards the front without exaggeration. Cheeks: Flat.