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Norwegian Buhunds

Aliases: Norsk Buhund, Norwegian Sheepdog, Homestead Dog, Farm Dog

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Adopting a Norwegian Buhund for a Pet

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Dogs usually bring joy to their owners, but taking care of them can be quite a daunting task. If you are planning to adopt an intelligent dog like the Norwegian Buhund, you will need to have quite some patience to manage it. It is important that you understand its personality first before you decide to keep it as a pet, so that you will know if it is indeed the right dog for you.

You can consider keeping the Norwegian Buhund as a pet if you like a medium-sized dog which is energetic and affectionate. It is a well balanced and compact dog that doesn't need much maintenance. A Buhund is naturally healthy and it does not have any serious hereditary conditions. All you need to do to ensure that your dog remains healthy is to bring it to the vet regularly for checkups.

The Norwegian Buhund is a very intelligent dog and it will certainly make an interesting companion. It will brighten up any household with its cheerfulness. If you want an active dog to accompany you when you exercise, this dog is a perfect dog for you. The Norwegian Buhund is also good with children and it can be a great playmate for your kids. With its alertness and good focus, it will also make an excellent watchdog.

A Buhund doesn't like to be alone, and it has a tendency to bark for no particular reason. If you are constantly leaving the house for long periods of time, it won't be happy about it, and it may be destructive when nobody is at home. The Norwegian Buhund is also very difficult to train because it can be easily bored. If you do not employ new training methods every now and then, it will lose interest in training altogether. It is also a very proud dog that believes that it is equal to its owner. If you do not establish the fact that you are in charge, it will not listen to you. A Buhund is not impossible to train, but you will need lots of patience and determination to make it learn.

The Norwegian Buhund has a good and bad side, just like any other dog. If you are willing to deal with the undesirable characteristics of the dog, then it can be a suitable pet for you. If you decide to adopt a Buhund, you can go to the dog rescue center in your locality and see if this breed of dog is available. The Norwegian Buhund is quite rare and it is not easily available for adoption. You can also ask the vet or pet store for advice, because they may know some private owners who want to give up their Buhunds. The best place to look for a Buhund is a Norwegian Buhund club. You can use the internet to find out if there is such a club in your locality.


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