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Norwegian Buhunds are a rare mid-size active herding breed. They were used for herding sheep and cattle and hunting birds in their country of origin. They are devoted to their families, love kids, and are very intelligent. Buhunds do well in agility and obedience, but need a firm trainer as they learn quickly what they can get away with. Their coat is easy to care for, but they do shed twice a year like most breeds. Their main drawback is barking, which is how they warn their family of things going on in the neighborhood.
I have been a breeder of Norwegian Buhunds since 1997 and all my breeding stock have hips OFA graded of Good or Excellent and eyes checked yearly for cataracts (CERF). Overall, Norwegian Buhunds are generally a hardy breed with few health issues, and often live to a ripe old age of 14-16 years.
We just had a litter of 7 puppies born from Gretchen (sired by Voyager) on March 9th, 2016. All of these puppies (3 females & 4 males were born) have been sold.
Gabby was bred to Cato and had six puppies on 4/23/16 (5 females & one boy). They will be ready for new homes when 8 weeks old or June 18, 2016. Deposits are already being accepted for this group and one female still remain.
We also have some older dogs available from time to time. Currently we have a one year old female available. One male is available age 7 years old also.
Email us at linda@ zodiacranch.com for an application for puppy ownership. Go to: www.zodiacranch.com
Puppies can be seen on the web at Zodiac Ranch .com and on Facebook at Zodiac Ranch. I also have a photo site set up at www.zodiacranch.shutterfly.com with lots of pics of our past litters and these new litters.