FOREQUARTERS: The shoulders should be strong and muscular. Degree of front angulation to match correct rear angulation. The shoulder blades should be wide and flat. Behind the shoulders there should be no slack or dip at the withers. Chest should be broad when viewed from the front, extending at least to the elbow.
LEGS: Developed with straight, heavy bone. Pasterns are strong, springy. The elbows must turn neither in nor out.
FEET: Moderate in size, round and compact with well-arched toes (cat- footed). Nails are black.
HINDQUARTERS: Muscular, strong, and moderately angulated matching the front. The hocks are perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other when viewed from the rear.
CROUP: Flat, with the base of the tail set extremely high, clearly exposing an up-tilted anus.