The Norwegian Buhund is of type Spitz, and he/she resembles the dog of Iceland a lot. The Icelandic Sagas (900-1300) they register like they were taken to Iceland by Norwegian emigrants in the 874. In Norway, it is used as guardian for the farm, as shepherd of cows, lambs and ponis, and it is one of the national dogs of this country. In spite of their long history, he/she was known very little filera of their native country up to 1920. Then it arrived to they Pray Britain, where it has never been very popular but he/she has a group of big fans. He/she has gone getting followers in other countries, but it is not still recognized in EE UU.
Character and cares
The Norwegian Buhund is a natural shepherd. It is also kind and friendly, guardian by nature and opponent of all trust for the children. He/she needs a good quantity of exercise, and brushing and hairstyle newspapers.