Norwegian buhund

Norwegian buhund club of america

If you are interested in contacting a reputable breeder or importer of Norwegian Lundehunds in the United States or Canada, please e-mail: info@lundehund. com Our club only recognizes breeders who are members of our club and have agreed to our strict: "BREEDER'S CODE OF ETHICS" Our "BREEDER'S CODE OF ETHICS" was adopted to help protect the breed and assist those interested in purchasing the finest quality Lundehunds.

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Norwegian Buhund

norwegian buhund rescue Know about these dogs? Click EasyEdit to add info anywhere on this page. Short History of the Breed The Norwegian Buhund is an all-purpose farm-dog hailing from the ancient and primitive working dogs of Scandinavia. Relatively unknown outside of Norway until the past few decades, the Buhund was long confined only to working roles and considered too "utilitarian" for the show ring. In America, the Norwegian Buhund is now gaining popularity as a pet, and was recently accepted into the AKC miscellaneous class.

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Norwegian Buhund Puppies, Norwegian Buhund Breeders, Norwegian Buhunds For Sale, Norwegian Buhunds

norwegian buhund puppies for sale Norwegian Buhund Description: The Norwegian Buhund is a herding dog from the spitz family. They are a lightly-built, compact dog. They are the farm dogs of Norway. "Bu" in Norwegian means homestead or the mountain hut lived in by shepherds at the summer pastures, and "hund" means dog. In Norway they are still used as a general-purpose farm dogs but in other parts of the world they are now trained as hearing dogs, police protection and a tracking dog, child's companion and obedience dog.

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Norwegian buhund puppies

norwegian buhund puppies Primary navigation Norwegian Buhund Description: The Norwegian Buhund is a medium-sized, squarely built Spitz with mobile prick ears and a tightly curled tail held over the centerline of the back. The head is wedge-shaped and in good proportion to the body. It should not be too heavy. The muzzle is approximately the same length as the skull, with a well-defined stop. The lips are tightly closed and black, and the full set of teeth should meet in a scissors bite.

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Norwegian Buhund Information

norwegian buhund pictures General Description (Norsk Buhund) (Norwegian Sheepdog)(Nordiske Sitz-hunde) The Norwegian Buhund is a cute arctic breed. A small round head starts off this adorable and unique looking breed. From their face is a long rectangular muzzle. Large round eyes make up most of the breed’s face. Sitting on top of their head are two huge bat-like ears which are very big in comparison with their head.

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Norwegian buhund for sale

Norwegian Buhund Dog Breed Norwegian Buhund Dog Breed Appearance: The Norwegian Buhund stands from 16-18 1/2 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh between 25 and 40 pounds. They have a fairly typical build for a herding dog, slightly under medium sizing with a overall square shape. The head is a wedge shape, with skull and muzzle that are about equal in length and feature ears that stand up and a black nose.

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Norwegian buhund dog

norwegian buhund dog Need a good Puppy Name? Visit our Puppy Names page for 1000s of top dog names. General Description Origin and History Also known as the Norwegian Sheepdog, this dog breed has a long and fascinating history. Physically, they are spitz dogs with prick ears and a curled tail, but centuries ago they worked as hunting dogs, hunting bear and wolf along the western coastlands of Norway. Beloved of the Vikings, the dogs were used to herd livestock and guard farms.

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Norwegian buhund breeders

norwegian buhund breeders BREED DESCRIPTION & INFORMATION Breed Registries: Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) - Herding Dogs American Kennel Club (AKC) - Herding Group (Recognized in 2009) United Kennel Club (UKC) - Northern Breeds The Kennel Club [U. K. ] (KC) - Pastoral Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) * - Standard No. 237 Note: The breed registries indicated above are the most recognized all-breed registries.

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