Norwegian Lundehund

The Norwegian Lundehund is a small Spitz breed of dog that originated from Norway. The name Lundehund came from the prefix Lunde originated from the Norwegian word lundefugl meaning puffin while the suffix hund means dog. The Norwegian Lundehund are also known as Lundehund, Norwegian Puffin Dog, Norsk Lundehund and Lundies. The dog was originally bred for hunting of puffins and their eggs. This is Norway's oldest purebred dog.

The Lundehund is a loyal and playful family companion. Their good temperament and small size makes them easy to live with pets although they can be a bit weary of strangers. The dog's coat will require a fairly easy maintenance.

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