Pattern entered in the FCI register under the number 118a (17. I. 1964 r.)

We distinguish 2 varieties of the same breed: large munsterlander and small. The Large Munsterlander is a black and white long-haired breed of versatile hunting dog. His pattern is rather laconic. It describes the dog as a long-haired 58 pointer. 62 cm at the withers. Black and white spotted coat. Black undesirable, and the white-and-brown spotted patch is no longer allowed. Noble head required, narrow, dry muzzle. Shortened tail, carried horizontally or slightly raised. Long and straight or slightly wavy hair, on the legs forming a feather. This breed is not bred or exhibited here.


The revised standard entered in the FCI register under the number 102a (3. IV. 1968 r.)

Little Munsterlander, also called Heidewachtel or Spion. it is similar to a flaker, however, it is a pointer (legate), because he is endowed with an inborn stand-up collar.

General impression. A strong dog with a noble line.

Head. Noble, dry, slightly arched, part of the brain and not too wide, leading edge slight. The expression of the head determines the type. Dying silna, long, straight. Lips (fafle) tight fitting, short. Brown truffle; bright spots on the nose are faulty. The ears are wide and set high, tight fitting, tapering at the end, reaching further than the end of the lips. The eye is as dark brown as possible. The eyelids fit tightly to the eyeball, they cover the conjunctiva.

Neck. The average length, slightly arched in the neck, muscular.

Torso. Deep chest, roomy, not barrel-shaped. Strong back, short or medium length with broad strong loins. Belly slightly tucked up.

Front limbs. Simple, decorated with feathers.

Hindquarters. Well angulated, with pants. Round paws, arched, black. Excess hair undesirable.

Tail. The average length, with a long banner, carried straight, w 1/3 may be slightly bent upwards from the end.

Robe. Skin tightly fitting. Fine hair, dense and slightly wavy, tight fitting.

Ointment. Brown and white, roan; arson allowed (the so-called. the meaning of Junklaus).

Increase. Height at the withers: dog 50-56 cm, like 48-54 cm.

Non-Disqualifying Defects. Poor dentition, arch ridge, rebuilt croup, truncated short croup, loose elbows turned in or out. Pasterns turn outwards or inwards, cow or barrel hocks, loose or hare paws, tail carried too high, coat too woolly or too long. Smooth ear.

Disqualifying Defects. Serious defects in dentition (front or back bite, numerous shortcomings, weak muzzle), one thing- or bilateral cryptorchidism, defective eyelids (kaprawe, tucked or turned up), significant deviation from the reference standard, lack of the required character.