Norweigian Lundehund

Norweigian Lundehund
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Overview: The Lundehund is a very rare breed. It was used to hunt until the later 1800s. The numbers fell until a couple that love the breed began to try to bring it back.
Breed Group: Working
Weight (lbs): 13-20
Height (in): 12-15
Colors: reddish brown, black, gray with white markings
Coat: The top coat is flat and dense with a rough under coat.
Character: Lundehunds are friendly, loyal and playful.
Temperament: The Lundehund is good with children and other pets. It is not aggressive at all.
Care: The coat should be bathed when needed and brushed regularly.
Training: Lundehunds need consistent training. Some find the breed difficult to train and housebreak. They will learn with consistent, gentle and ongoing guidance. You can help the process by crating your pup when not at home.
Activity: The Lundehund needs daily exercise, including walks, play and training sessions.
Country of Origin: Norway
Health Issue: Digestive disorder known as the Lundehund syndrome
Life Expectancy: 12
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