Since tails are docked anyways, they are not necessarily breed for, which can result in having puppies born with wide varieties of tail length.
Sometimes referred to as "ghost eye", the eyes can either be green, hazel, amber, brown, or blue.
They may also have bi-colored eyes (each eye is a different color), split eyes (eye is half-green, half-brown), or merled eyes (one color is mixed in and swirled with another); any of these colors are accepted.
The eyes should be expressive, almond-shaped, and well-defined.
The length and width should be equal, with the overall size in proportion to the rest of the body.
The ears should be triangular in shape, and rounded at the tip; they should be long enough for the tips to reach the inside corner of the eye.
Teeth are to meet in either a scissors or level bite.
The tail can either be straight, docked, or naturally bobbed; it should be no more than 4 inches long.
Their eye rim color is vital in avoiding flying hooves, as it absorbs sunlight and reflects the suns' rays away from the eyes; black and liver rims are best.
Blue merles, blacks, and black-tri colored dogs will usually have black noses, while the red merles, reds, and red-tri colored dogs, will have liver noses.
Merles are allowed small pink spots on their nose, but must not make up more than 25%.
The skull ranges from flat to slightly domed shaped with a well-defined stop.