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Straight, nose length equal to or greater than top head, skin appears taut, line looks like a knife that could split open.

About 20:80

Straight, slightly longer nose but top head still longer that nose length; no loose skin to soften profile, line clear.  Muzzle has often lengthened. Straight but soft, well-proportioned, bone is straight but loose skin may soften profile

about 60:40

Soft profile, bends, dips or bumps appear.  Muzzle starts to shorten.  Top head length is increasing over nose  length. Profile not straight, appears to have a stop, may have bad nose bump.  Typically a much shorter nose length.  

About 80:20

 
Registering Organization Points Description
ACFA 0 Medium length straight nose looks upturned from almost any view except profile due to light reflection.
CCA 10
Head & Neck
The top of the skull is flat and long, descending straight to just above the eyes and then continues on a downward angle in a straight line to the tip of the nose.  No nose break or stop is observed.
CFA 20
Head & Neck
Top of skull long and flat in profile, gently descending to slightly above the eyes, and continuing at a slight downward angle in a straight line to the tip of the nose. No nose break or stop. Length of top-head should be greater than length of nose.
FIFe 25
Head & Neck
In profile forehead and nose form a convex angle at the same level as the eye brows. Straight forehead. Straight nose.
GCCF 20
Head & Ears
In profile the forehead should appear straight to the level of the upper edge of the eye. The profile from here to the tip of the nose has such a shallow concave curve that it appears virtually straight. This creates a distinctive angle level with the upper edge of the eye. There must be no stop, break or nose bump, nor must there be a straight profile from the top of the head to nose tip.
TICA 33
Head
[One of the seven flat planes required in the modified wedge.]  Profile:  Straight nose and flat top head forming two planes.