The Norwegian Lundehund (Norwegian: Norsk Lundehund) is a small dog breed orginating from Norway.It is known for its great range of motion in its joints. It also usually has an extra toe on each foot. The breed was nearly extinct around World War II?only 5 dogs survived. Today there are around 1000 dogs in the world, with around 500 in Norway.
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