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The Finnish Spitz is the national dog of Finland. The breed was developed to hunt a variety of game, ranging from rodents to bears. They are “bark pointers,” which identify their prey and bark to alert the attention of a hunter. The Finnish Spitz makes an excellent bird dog. They require extensive exercise and prefer to live in cooler climates.

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