|FCI Standard No. 68|
Male: 44–50 cm.
|List of domestic dogs|
Origin and history
The Tyrolean bracke, like all bracken breeds, presumably descends from the Keltenbracke . Maximilian I is said to have used dogs of this type for hunting as early as 1500. Pure breeding began in Tyrol around 1860 , a standard was drawn up in 1896 and it was officially recognized in 1908.
- Red lump: red, deer-red or red-yellow.
- Black and red stroke: Black coat or saddle with red, usually not sharply defined burn on the legs , chest, stomach and head.
The ears are medium-sized, wide, set high, rounded at the bottom.
With both varieties, white markings are allowed on the chest and paws.