The top color shall be a golden fawn color, evenly covered with pewter ticking over the back and sides and carried down to a blue at the roots. The belly fur shall be as white as possible. A line of unticked golden fur shall run right along the demarcation line and extend down the outside of the legs. There must be a clear line of demarcation between the golden top color and the white underbelly, with no intermingling of the colors or tendency for either color to cut into the other. The width of the white portion is approximately half the width of the colored upper coat, and just visible when the animal is viewed in profile.
Shall be dark wine colored and encircled with golden fur.
Shall be covered with soft golden fur. A pewter center on the back of the ear is desirable.
Shall be blue gray on top and white below the demarcation line.
Should be white, with a pure white foot desirable. Toenails shall be blue-brown in color.
Dull, muddy or overly reddish coat; lack of ticking; incorrect toenail color; lack of a clear, gold line of demarcation.