Breed Standards for the Old Danish Birddog
General Appearance: More substantially built than many of the pointers, the chest and thighs are broad, the fore- and hindquarters well-muscled.
Head: The head is rather deep and there is a certain breadth to the muzzle
Ears: The ears are long, pendant and rounded at the tip.
Coat: The coat is short dense and tight with an undercoat for insulation.
Color: White and liver with a small amount of ticking allowed.
Temperament: This dog is a quiet friendly family pet, which readily adapts to an urban lifestyle when required to do so and is generally reliable with children.