Norwegian Elkhound by Juliette Cunliffe download in iPad, ePub, pdf
Untreated, the disease is fatal. Symptoms, which usually begin with excessive urination and thirst, can occur between the ages of one to seven years. Overall, however, they are a hardy breed with few health problems. He loves chasing balls, but you can forget about him bringing them back to you.
Once he's outside, the Elkhound may see game he just has to track, and he'll likely choose to ignore your calls for his return. His chest and mane are a lighter gray.
Surgical removal is the usual treatment. Training can be difficult, and they need a firm and consistent owner.
Norwegian Elkhounds are strong-willed enough that they can take over a home if they're allowed half a chance. If you like a fastidiously clean house, however, another breed would be a better choice.
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