1. HEAD masculine, forehead broad, wide from eye to nostril, strong at bridge of nose,
    nostrils high and open, muzzle broad and clean, flesh-coloured, free from blue or black;
    eyes full and placid; ears medium size and thickness fringed with hair; if horned then
    matching, placed at right angles from the head and curving downward, waxy at the base,
    tipped with a darker shade but not black; cheek full and broad at the root of the tongue.
  2. NECK of a medium length and muscular, with a good crest, throat clean.
  3. SHOULDERS broad and flat on top and well-covered, not prominent at the points.
  4. CHEST deep, broad, light in the brisket.
  5. RIBS well sprung, nicely arched and flesh firm to the touch.
  6. BACK straight, long and level; loin broad and full, hips of medium width, not prominent
    and well-covered with flesh and on a level with the back.
  7. RUMPS long and full.
  8. TAIL neatly set, thick at the root, reaching to the hocks, with a thick brush of hair, and
    hanging at right angles with the back.
  9. ROUNDS and THIGHS deep, broad and full, extending well down to the hocks.
  10. THE UNDER LINE parallel with the top.
  11. FORE LEGS straight and muscular, arms full, legs straight and set well apart, good bone.
    FEET not overgrown and meeting the ground squarely.
  12. HIND LEGS and HOCKS. Legs straight and squarely placed when viewed from behind, not
    to cross or sweep when walking, good bone; hocks to be well let down. FEET not
    overgrown and meeting the ground squarely.
  13. SKIN moderately thick and pliable, covered with an abundant coat of mossy hair of a rich
    red colour; a little white in front of the purse is admissible, but not on any other part of
    the limbs or body.
  14. GENERAL APPEARANCE. Showing typical Devon character, good growth, deep, long and
    well-balanced, even-fleshed and smart on parade.