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The Swedish vallhund is a breed of dog. It is believed that the Swedish vallhund
distinguished itself during the age of Vikings, more than 1,000 years ago. Known
as the "Viking dog", the vallhund were bred to herd cattle, catch vermin (such as
rats), and guard the home. The vallhund were also referred to as "the little cattle
dog of the Vikings."
This breed makes a great companion and can also be used for herding and
ratting. They love human attention and are very devoted to their owners. They
are a clownish type dog and can be a show-off at times. The Swedish vallhund is
responsive and even-tempered with most people, but they can be wary of
strangers and should be properly socialized and trained as a puppy as to avoid
over-protective behavior as an adult. They are also known for heel nipping due
to their inbuilt herding traits. This is a habit that can either be encouraged for
working farm dogs or discouraged in companion pets.