Size; 20-24kg(44-53lb),47-58(19-23in)

Grooming: minimal

Training: Average

Colors: tan and white, chestnut, yellow, chestnut and black


Kept primarily as a hunting dog rather than for companionship, this Norwegian hare hunter is named after its first breeder. it was developed from local hounds crossed with imports from the German-Danish border region. it makes a reliable watchdog, gets on moderately will with other dogs, needs vigorous exercise, and has a tendency to snap or bite. it is not a city dog, and when the weather permits, it is content to live outdoors, although it is a breed that needs protection from very cold conditions