elkhound


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elkhound:

see Norwegian elkhoundNorwegian elkhound,
breed of compact hound whose origins in Norway go back more than 5,000 years. It stands about 19 in. (48.3 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs between 40 and 50 lb (18.1–22.7 kg).
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Maureen Kenton, with her 15-year-old Norwegian elkhound Josie, has been pushing for a law allowing the breeding of animals in residential neighborhoods.
Fox was ordered to restrain his Norwegian elkhound on his property and to have the dog trained.
Herbert Hoover owned two Fox Terriers named "Big Ben" and "Sonnie," an Elkhound named "Weejie," an Irish Wolfhound named "Patrick," and a German Shepherd named "King Tut.
Norwegian Elkhound Association of Scotland open show in Ednam Village Hall, near Kelso, at 10.
In other business, selectmen decided that a Norwegian elkhound named Shadow owned by Richard Fox will be have to be muzzled while on walks and must be put in a behavior modification program.
The researchers also found genetic evidence for a recent origin of the Norwegian Elkhound, believed to be of ancient Scandinavian origin.
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13 meeting, selectmen listened as Constance Burr of 12 Carly Circle described how a Norwegian elkhound named Shadow, owned by Richard Fox of 8 Sumac Circle, attacked her near Mr.
Elke, a Norwegian Elkhound, willingly and selflessly gave to so many before her death at the age of twelve.