A six-toed rare breed of dog. Thought to have survived the last ice age, this is one of the oldest domesticated working breeds. These dogs were used for hunting puffins along the rocky coast of Norway. Nearly wiped out in the early 60's by a distemper outbreak, this breed has survived, and in the early 80's introduced to the Americas. A spitz-type dog, the Lundehund is a small dog with with a big dog temperment.

The Lundehund is not only unique in possessing six toes, but it can also bend it's neck back and touch its nose to its spine, which is a trait it shares only with the reindeer. Also, this dog is also very adept and climbing rocks. These dogs are so rare that if you buy one, you usually have to agree to put him out to stud, or allow her to have puppies.

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