Pungsan Dog

The Pungsan or Poongsan is a breed of hunting dog from North Korea. They receive their name from the mountainous northern county of P'ungsan, now Kimhyŏnggwŏn, where they were first bred. They are a very rare dog, and are hardly known outside of North Korea.

Pungsan have a thick coat, usually white in color. They have a curled tail and pricked ears. The Pungsan is a mixed breed with wolf found in North Korea. The Pungsan's fur is very fine and thick to account for the cold winters in the northern Korean peninsula. Pungsan are a common breed in North Korea. Though this breed is extremely rare outside of North Korea, there are few breeders in South Korea and even in the United States.

Pungsan dogs are very strong and agile because of their past in mountainous regions. They have traditionally been used for hunting large animals, including Amur Tigers. They have a lot of stamina and therefore require extensive exercise.

Due to their hunting personality, Pungsan pups will have a tendency to chew on several things so it is recommendable to give the dog things to chew.

Pungsan tend to be loyal to their owners and whoever they are comfortable with. With other people, they don't bark much because of their braveness they will not be scared of anybody. Their strong loyalty makes them strangely not bark at humans but only other animals. They'll only bark at other people when it is necessary to do so.

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