American Kennel Club's Norwegian Buhund
The Norwegian Buhund of the AKC’s Herding Group originates from Norway. This breed is also known as
Norsk Buhund or Norwegian Sheepdog. This breeds name was derived from the Norwegian word “bu” which means farm,
homestead or mountain hut.
Description Of The Norwegian Buhund
The Norwegian Buhund of the AKC’s Herding Group has a double coat, the outer coat is smooth and harsh and
the undercoat is soft and woolly. The color of the coat is wheaten or biscuit and varies from light yellowish red,
black and sable. They range in weight from between 26 to 40 pounds and stands from 16 to 18 inches tall at the
withers. This breed is very active and prefers a household with a large backyard for exercise.
This breed has some health problems including hip dysplasia and eye problems. The average life expectancy of this
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