Dog breeds Group 5 - Section 2 from the FCI - Nordic Hunting Dogs.

In the section 2 you will find breeds of dogs from northern Europe, from North America and also from Asia.

They are characterized by their striking human kindness, his passion for hunting and his courage in setting up and maintaining the game. The Nordic hunting dog follows the hunt in silence, only after fixing, barks loudly and persistently. Despite their individuality and independence so typical of the Nordics, are faithful and follow their word when properly and consistently trained and guided.

They are lively hunting dogs of medium size, with an almost square complexion, muscular and ringed tail.

Standard – classification FCI

  • Group 5: Spitz and primitive types.
  • Section 2: Nordic Hunting Dogs.

Nordic Hunting Dogs

▷ All about these breeds: Origins and history – Physical characteristics – Character and skills – Health and maintenance – Images and videos.

1 Black Norwegian Elkhound

Black Norwegian Elkhound

The Black Norwegian Elkhound is closely attached to his people and is very loyal


Among the three moose hunters of the North

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2 East Siberian Laika

East Siberian Laïka

The East Siberian Laika is popular in its native Russia not only as a hunting dog, but also as a draft dog

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3 Finnish Spitz

Finnish Spitz

It is a dog that can annoy the neighbors, because he barks a lot and with a particularly penetrating voice.

This four-legged friend of color

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4 Gray Norwegian Elkhound

Gray Norwegian Elkhound

National dog of Norway

The roots of this Norwegian national dog go back a long way: and the findings of the Age of

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5 Jämthund

Swedish Elkhound

Still very old, the breed was not recognized until the year 1946, previously it was confused with the Read more

6 Karelian Bear Dog

Karelian Bear Dog

The Karelian Bear Dog is a very independent and intelligent dog.

The Karelian Bear Dog, which also bears the name

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7 Norrbottenspets


The Norrbottenspets is also used as a draft dog.

The Norrbottenspets (Spitz from the North Bothnia country) I probably know

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8 Norwegian Lundehund


Most of these dogs live in Norway and Finland, it is believed that there are some 2000 copies around the world.

The Lundehund

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9 Russo-European Laika

Russo-European Laika

It is characterized by its great sense of orientation and its tendency to avoid being confined.

The Laika is a breed of dog

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10 West Siberian laika

West Siberian Laïka

In its country of origin, Russia, The West Siberian Laika has been bred as a hunting dog for centuries.

The Laika of Siberia

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