How do norwegian buhund hunt?

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Compared to other breeds, Norwegian Buhunds do not need extensive grooming. They are naturally clean and basically odorless dogs, even when wet. The Buhund has a double coat: an outer coat that is thick, rich, hard, and smooth lying, and a soft, dense, and woolly undercoat.
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Norwegian Buhunds are generally not aggressive toward other canines, but they may take an instant dislike to another dog, even one from their own litter. Also, Buhunds tend to herd other dogs, who may take offense at this behavior.
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Buhunds are not lazy by any means and it takes a lot to tire them out so daily exercise is very important. If they feel ignored they may get destructive but this behavior can be stopped if you begin training early.
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As you might have guessed from their appearance, Norwegian Buhunds handle cold weather with ease. They're also highly affectionate to the humans in their lives, even with kids. This pup will happily join in for a fun play session in the snow!
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About the Norwegian Buhund

Males can stand 18.5 inches high and weight up to 40 pounds.
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According to pet experts, Norwegian Buhund Dogs score out of 5 in the scale of intelligent dog breeds.
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Norwegian Buhunds love to fetch, retrieve, and swim. Bred to be energetic, working dogs, Buhunds are extremely athletic and highly energy animals.
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Norwegian Lundehunds are often affected by gastrointestinal disease, the most common clinical signs of which are intermittent diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, lethargy, ascites, and subcutaneous edema of the hind legs.
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