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AKC Norwegian Elkhound Puppies
Genetic & OFA Health Tested Parents

Upcoming Future Litters!

Reserve a Puppy now or Call us to schedule a paw visit at our Family Home!

Call/Text: 330-466-1630

Future Upcoming Litter Planned For Fall 2024
$1450
Pick 1: Mark Stacy (Male)
Pick 2: Emily Garrison (Male)
Pick 3: Mike Cortez (Male)
Pick 4: Available
Pick 5: Available

Adopted Puppies

Adopted

Tilon

Randee Schweitzer

Male

Norwegian Elkhound

DOB:

1/16/24

Adopted

Tye

Male

Norwegian Elkhound

DOB:

1/16/24

Adopted

Tara

Lisa Perez

Female

Norwegian Elkhound

DOB:

1/16/24

Adopted

Taylor

Mark Cibulski

Female

Norwegian Elkhound

DOB:

1/16/24

Adopted

Trudy

Amy Kokindo

Female

Norwegian Elkhound

DOB:

1/16/24

Adopted

Troy

BH

Male

Norwegian Elkhound

DOB:

1/16/24

Each New Puppy WIll Come Home With The Following Items:

- Starter bag of food

- Shot records / Vet check Certificate of Health

- Towel with mother's scent

- Two year genetic health guarantee

- Micro Chipped

Are Norwegian Elkhound Puppies a good pets?

What are Norwegian Elkhound Puppies Personalities and Temperaments like?

The gorgeous Norwegian Elkhound dog breed, with its wolf-like face, delights in life. Smart as can be, they also have a wonderful sense of humor. Just make sure you can provide plenty of exercises to meet their high energy levels. Elkhounds do adapt well to apartment living and are good pets for novice owners. They do not tolerate being alone for long periods of time. Elkhounds have high marks for all-around friendliness. Norwegian Elkhounds are affectionate dogs who make devoted, wonderful family members. They're excellent with children and are terrific watchdogs, treating strangers with natural suspicion. They thrive on attention, and it's hard to find a more loyal companion.  

Are Norwegian Elkhound Puppies good pets for families with kids?

An Elkhound is excellent with children and will play with and protect them. However, without careful obedience training, they may take over the role of pack leader and become dominant, especially toward children, less strong-willed adults, or other dogs.

As with every breed, you should always teach children how to approach and touch dogs, and always supervise any interactions between dogs and young children to prevent any biting or ear or tail pulling on the part of either party. Teach your child never to approach any dog while he's eating or sleeping or to try to take the dog's food away. No dog, no matter how friendly, should ever be left unsupervised with a child.

What is the Lifespan of Norwegian Elkhound Puppies

The average expected lifespan of a Norwegian Elkhound Puppies is 9 - 14 years.

Norwegian Elkhound Puppies Grooming and Care Best Practices

A Northern breed, the Elkhound has a double coat that sheds dirt and is weather-resistant. The topcoat is short and thick and lies smooth. The undercoat is dense, woolly, and soft to the touch. Most of the year he doesn't shed too much, but two or three times a year he "blows coat" and sheds like crazy. He requires weekly brushing, possibly more when shedding; but his coat is easy to maintain.

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