Lundehund

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Lundehund

a small to medium-sized dog with large erect ears, curved tail and short, rough coat which is usually brown with black tipping and white markings. It is a Norwegian breed developed for hunting the puffin (lunde) on Arctic islands. It has an extremely flexible body and has at least two dewclaws and up to eight digital footpads on each foot.
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Any dog of any age can develop IBD; however, some breeds are at a greater risk, including Basenjis, Boxers, English Bulldogs, German Shepherd Dogs, Irish Setters, Norwegian Lundehunds, Rottweilers, Sharpeis and Wheaten Terriers.

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