While Norwegian Buhunds make excellent watch dogs, they are also content to lie at your feet at the end of a hard day. Training wise, the Buhund is considered by many to be the most trainable of the Spitz breeds, but obedience training is still a necessity. Because the Buhund was born to herd and sound the alarm, the Buhund needs training and a job to do. Because they are happiest near their owner, they have earned the nickname, “the friendly spitz.”
Did You Know?
The Norwegian Buhund is AKC's 160th breed.
In their country of origin, Norway, Norwegian Buhunds are still used as general farm dogs.
The Norwegian Buhund has been recorded in the Foundation Stock Service since 1996.
The Buhund is self confident, very affectionate towards people and loves children.
The Norwegian Buhund is also known as Norsk Buhund and Norwegian Sheepdog.
Although his coat is easy to care for, he sheds heavely a couple of times a year.
colors & Markings
Below is a list of the colors and markings available for this breed. Please refer to the breed standard for descriptions and the difference in types.
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