This small, rectangular Spitz-type dog has a flexible, light silhouette.
The characteristics of his morphology change according to his sex.
Between 35 and 38 cm (13.78 to 14.96 inches) for the male
Between 32 and 35 cm (12.60 to 13.78 inches) for the female
Between 6 and 7 kg (13.23 to 15.43 pounds) for the male
Between 6 and 7 kg (13.23 to 15.43 pounds) for the female
The color of the coat can vary from red to bright red, with black tips, but always with white.
Adult dogs have more hair on the black tips than younger ones.
The coat of the Norwegian Lundehund is dense and coarse, but the undercoat is very soft.
His head has a slightly rounded skull with a pronounced stop.
His eyes are usually yellowish brown. His ears are triangular, mobile and carried upright.
His nose is black. His tail may be carried slightly curled over the back, hanging, or carried in a loop.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 5, section 2 and is #265