The Life of Animals | Bavarian Mountain Hound | The Bavarian Mountain Hound's head is strong and elongated. The skull is broad and slightly domed Relatively. It has a pronounced stop and a slightly curved nosebridge. The neck medium in length, strong, with a slight dewlap. Topline sloping slightly upward from withers to hindquarters. Chest well developed, long, moderately wide and well let down with a slight tuck-up. It has a long, fairly straight croup and solid back.
The coat is short, thick and shiny, lying very flat against the body and moderately harsh. It is finer on the head and ears, harsher and longer on the abdomen, legs and tail. Bavarian Mountain Hounds are calm, quiet, poised and very attached to Their masters and family. When hunting, They are hard, single-minded and persistent. The Bavarian Mountain is not suited for city life.