Norwegian Elkhound - Pictures, Information, and Reviews
The Norwegian Elkhound is a medium purebred known for being alert, courageous, energetic, friendly, independent, loyal, playful, protective, social, and stubborn. The most common colors for Norwegian Elkhounds are black, gray, silver, and white.
Norwegian Elkhound Dog Breed - Facts and Traits
The high energy Norwegian elkhound needs plenty of strenuous exercise if it is to thrive. This intelligent, independent yet affectionate dog does best in a family with well-behaved older children or no children at all.
Norwegian Elkhound - Vetstreet
Everything you want to know about Norwegian Elkhounds, including grooming, training, health problems, history, adoption, finding good breeder, and more.
Norwegian Elkhound Dog Breed Information - Dogtime
This gorgeous dog breed with the wolflike face delights in life. Smart as can be, he also has a wonderful sense of humor. He'll race you around the kitchen island, reverse directions when you do, and then howl for sheer fun. Bold, energetic, and protective, he makes an excellent watchdog and guardian. Elkhounds are utterly devoted to their families. When you're upset, this tenderhearted Viking will plop his head on your lap.
Information on Norwegian Elkhounds
The Norwegian Elkhound is one of the oldest and most natural of all canine breeds. It is Norway's grand contribution to dogdom. Everything about this dog - from his compact size, muscular body, robust squareness and dense coat to his fearless temperament, keen intelligence, versatility and adaptability to any tasks or conditions - developed without a preconceived human mold.
The History of Norwegian Elkhounds - Pets
Originally a sturdy guard dog, battle companion and hunter, the Norwegian elkhound is a breed with a deep history tracing back as far as 5,000 B.C. Loyal to the end.
Norwegian Elkhounds - YouTube
Elvemel's Obie, Jinx and Linx take in the fresh snow from the Blizzard of 2010. Ray trips into a huge hole dug by Obie.
PetMD: Norwegian Elkhound
With unparalleled stamina, even in rough terrain, the Norwegian Elkhound remains a dignified, independent, and generally friendly hunting dog with beautiful silver-grey hair. Interestingly, Scandinavian hunters still use the breed during long, arduous moose hunts.
NEAA - Home
The Norwegian Elkhound Association of America (NEAA) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to benefit the Norwegian Elkhound breed in the United States and Canada by aiding, informing and encouraging its members in the care, improvement and enjoyment of their dogs.
Norwegian Elkhounds: What's Good About 'Em? What's Bad About 'Em?
Norwegian Elkhounds: the most honest dog breed review you'll ever find about Norwegian Elkhound temperament, personality, and behavior.
Pet Finder - Norwegian Elkhound
The Norwegian Elkhound combines traits of hounds and Spitz-like dogs, resulting in a breed that is bold, playful, independent, alert and very protective.
Norwegian Elkhound: Dog Breed Selector - Animal Planet
The norwegian elkhound dog breed has many unique features. Check out the norwegian elkhound dog breed on Animal Planet's Breed Selector.
Norwegian Elkhound Dog Breed Information and Pictures
All about the Norwegian Elkhound, info, pictures, breeders, rescues, care, temperament, health, puppies and more
Norwegian Elkhound Dog Breed Information - American Kennel Club
Information on dog breeds, dog ownership, dog training, health, nutrition, exercise and grooming, registering your dog, AKC competition events and affiliated clubs to help you discover more things to enjoy with your dog.
Norwegian Elkhound - Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia
Wikipedia's information about the Norweigan elkhound.