The Bull Arab is a medium- to large-sized dog that is bred less for looks than the speed and power required to find, chase and kill wild boars. Nevertheless, a healthy and well-maintained Bull Arab will exhibit a significant appearance. Some will have docked tails but those that don't will have a long one that is late at the base and tapers down to a relatively fine point. The short, sleek and smooth double-coat is perfectly suited for the often hot days in the Australian outback. The dog's coat is highly resistant to the many bugs and parasites that dwell in those regions where they hunt.
These dogs have somewhat bald and slightly mysterious eyes, large ears that droop and a very strong head overall. That strong head and set of shoulders is connected — with a slightly arched neck that indicates fiercely coiled potential energy — to a sturdy, tall and muscular body. This finely balanced dog will have rear legs that are clearly meant for long bursts of fast running as well as digging in when it gets hold of its prey.
There tends to be a high demand for the liver nose Bull Arab, but other than the coat (and nose) color, this doesn't appear to be a variation of the Bull Arab so much as a highly sought coat color.