FAULTS : Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact  proportion to its degree. - Muzzle short and broad.  - Ears too long or too short, pointed, twisted. - Neck too short, thin or too thick, with dewlap.  - Upper line convex or concave. - Lower line very let down or too drawn up. - Loins flat, narrow. - Rump short, narrow, not sloping. - Cow or barrel hocks. - Pasterns and hocks too short or too long, thin, hollow. - Harefeet. - Tail long, haevy, curly. ELIMINATING FAULTS :  - Height at the withers over or under the indications of the standard. - Other colour than that specified for the coat, the nose, the eyes and the nails. - Total depigmentation of the visible mucous membranes. - Nasal bridge concave, muzzle very pointed.  - Overshot or undershot mouth. - Convergence of the upper longitudinal axes of the skull and the nasal bridge. - Ears semi-erect. - Legs out of vertical. - Dewclaws.  - Tail curled up.