Finnish folklore refers to a dog called Finlandskaja
as a cross between a fox and a Nordic-type dog. The
muzzle of the dog actually does have a very fox-like
look. The Karelo-Finnish Laika and the Finnish Spitz
once were probably the same breed. Later, however,
with the drawing of hard-line national parameters
This dog is quick to mature but never loses his puppy excitability. He is happy to please and is a great hunter. Firm but fair discipline is necessary to keep this powerful dog in line.
Height - 15 to 19 inches (38 to 48 cm).
Coat type - dense, stand-offish. Color - red with a white chest, intermingled with gray or black hair, and fawn of various shades.
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