The Norwegian Lundehund originates from Norway and was originally bred for the purpose of hunting puffins and finding their eggs. Instead of the normal four toes per foot, the Norwegian Lundehund has six toes on each foot. The breed is able to turn their head backwards and has extremely flexible shoulder joints, giving them more mobility than the average dog. They are curious, playful, and love people.

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