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The Norrbottenspets should be a light spitz dog, yet powerful in appearance. There should
be lightness and power reflected in the dog. Males are noticeably more masculine than
females, who are smaller and of lighter build. It should give the impression of being alert,
spritely, and intelligent. In proportions the Norrbottenspets is slightly taller than long - fit for
the original use as a hunter. The tail should curl over the back and rest on the hips.
The Norrbottenspets is a physical mixture of endurance, speed, and strength. The ribcage
has elements of both speed and strength. Viewed from the front the ribcage is oval and
relatively deep, half from height. The ribcage is also relatively long with well developed last
ribs. The arched neck, distinguishable withers and slightly slanting croup makes the lines of
the body very speedy. The underline has only a slight tuck up, which with the long ribcage
Viewing the legs one can see both elements of speed and endurance. The relatively slanting
shoulder blades, long upper arms and strong back angulations reflect endurance. The upper
thigh forms a nearly 90 degree angle with the pelvis. Small, tight paws belong to an
endurance trotter, but relatively long hocks add to the speed in gallop, especially in the start.
Although rare, bobtails do occur naturally, as in the Finnish Spitz and Karelian Bear Dog.
This is an automatic disqualification for the showring for the Finnish Spitz and the
Norrbottenspets, but not the Karelian. The hunting dog does not need a tail to be very
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