|Fledder di Scottatura||Domburg in Demand||Zeffirelli van de Hoge Laer||Falco van de Lamar|
|Nadia de la Grande Lande|
|Domburg Reve d'Amour||Opium van de Hoge Laer|
|Bergerac Sweet Talk|
|Avril di Scottatura||Oural de la Fureur du Crépuscule||Gourou du Crépuscule des Loups|
|Flika du Bois du Tôt|
|Vismey di Scottatura||Giono du Bois du Tôt|
|Element-Bluf di Scottatura|
|Grimmendans Esmée||Darco van de Pillendijk||Sheitan du Domaine du Hutteau||Laouen de Condivicnum|
|Opium de Kenatier|
|Grimmendans Xaikan||Falco van de Lamar|
|Thoet van de Hoge Laer|
|Canela de el Segadal||Xeros van de Hoge Laer||Lutin de la Clairiére aux Louves|
|Tee van de Hoge Laer|
|Umbra van de Hoge Laer||Millo van de Hoge Laer|
|G'silence du Sart des Bois|
The hair is short on the head, the outer side of the ears and the lower part of the legs, except on the rear side of the forearm which is covered from elbow to wrist by long hairs called fringes. The hair is long and smooth on the rest of the body and longer and more abundant around the neck and on the forechest, where it forms a collarette or ruff and a jabot or apron. The opening of the ear is protected by thick tufts of hair. From the base of the ear the hair is upright and frames the head. The back of the thighs is covered with very long abundant hair forming the culottes or breeches. The tail is furnished with long, abundant hair forming a plume.
In all the varieties the hair must always be dense, close-fitting and of good texture, with the woolly undercoat forming an excellent protective covering.
Only fawn with black overlay or grey with black overlay, with black mask; however, the fawn with black overlay is still preferred. The fawn must be rich, neither light nor washed-out. Any dog whose coat colour is anything but fawn with black overlay or does not match the desired intensity of colour cannot be considered an elite specimen. The black overlay means that the hairs have a black tip which shades the base colour. This blackening is in any case “flamed” and must not be present in great patches nor in real stripes (brindled). For all varieties: a small amount of white is tolerated on forechest and toes.
The mask must be very pronounced and tend to encompass the top and bottom lip, the corners of the lips and the eyelids in one single black zone. A strict minimum of six points of skin pigmentation is called for: the two ears, the two upper eyelids and the two lips, upper and lower, which must be black.