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A Jämthund is a member of the spitz breeds that are found in Northern Europe and are described as having a wolf like appearance.
The dog's description is as follows.
Tightly Curled or a scimitar like curve in the tail: Erect ears, Medium to Long Muzzle, strong, long endurance, with a Double coat of usually two colours. The eyes are brown.
The Jämthund is eponymous to Jämtland, a province of northern Sweden. Since the end of the last Ice Age, Jämthunds have been the friends and helpers of Swedes. They are also the National Dog of Sweden; They are used for Moose hunting and sled pulling. They are the Swedish Marines and Air Force's official service canine. It is thought that this breed in wartime is mobilised for sled pulling.
They make excellent pets and companions, due to their high adaptability to rural or urban settings.
Here are some Pictures of Jamthunds: