Norwegian Buhund Dog Breed Facts
The Norwegian Buhund is a breed of dog of the spitz type. It is closely related to the Icelandic Sheepdog and the Jämthund. The Buhund is used as an all purpose farm and herding dog, as well as watch dog and a nanny dog.
The name Buhund is derived from the Norwegian word “bu”, which means homestead, a simple building or mountain hut (where the shepherd lived while looking after his herd in the summer) but can also mean stock, as in livestock, and “hund” which means dog. The modern buhund was bred on the rainy western coastlands of Norway from similar dogs used by Vikings.
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Norwegian Buhund Dog Breed Appearance
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Temperament and Character of the Norwegian Buhund Dog Breed
Norwegian Buhund Dog Breed Health Issues
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