Norwegian Lundehund

At a glance, Lundehunds seem a typical northern breed: A spitz type with triangular ears, curving tail, and a dense double coat. But a closer look reveals several unique traits. They have feet with at least six fully functioning toes and extra paw pads, an “elastic neck” that can crane back so the head touches the spine, ears that fold shut, and flexible shoulders that allow forelegs to extend to the side, perpendicular to the body. This last anomaly produces the breed’s distinctive “rotary” gait.

Norwegian Lundehund dog standing on grass in a field

Meet the Norwegian Lundehund

  Norwegian Lundehund is the only dog breed developed specifically for the task of puffin hunting. Since puffins are now a protected species, the Lundehund of today is a sociable, active companion. With a large number of unique physical anomalies ...

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