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 and its effect upon the health and welfare of the dog.
Molossoid appearance, too heavy a dog.
Body obviously too long (slight tolerance for females) or too light.
Too massive a head, marked stop, pronounced frontal groove, very prominent zygomatic arches.
Domed skull, narrow skull, very prominent occipital crest, important lack of parallelism between the toplines of the skull and muzzle.
Muzzle too long.
Loose, thick or overlapping lips.
Wry jaw; malocclusion.
Small, unhealthy or poorly set teeth.
Light eyes, bulging eyes or untypical expression.
Ears which are curled or folded.
Cylindrical neck, dewlap.
Very sagging or very arched back.
Very faulty stance, obviously cramped stance.
Silky coat, lack of undercoat, puffed up coat, shiny coat, overgroomed.
Lack of head furnishings.
Simultaneous faults in pigmentation (nose, lips, and eyelids).
Overly shy or dangerously aggressive dog.
Obvious lack of type.
Unpigmented nose of any colour other than black.
Pronounced over or undershot bite.
Any missing teeth other than one P1.
Wall eyes or wild expression.
Entropion, ectropion, unpigmented eyelids.
Coat chocolate brown, white, pepper and salt, washed out colour and any other pale fawn going from light to red, even with black overlay.
Height at withers outside the range of the standard.