Finnish Hound

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The Finnish Hound is a result of cross-breeding of Swedish, French, and German hounds during the 1800s which evolved the dog into Finland's most popular native breed, though it is relatively rare outside of it's home country. The calm yet energetic breed stands at 20 to 24 inches tall and weighs 45 to 55 pounds. The Finnish hound does best with a fairly big amount of exercise and a safe yard to run around in.


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