There are three things to remember about Lundie health:
1.They get a major intestinal illness many call Lundehund Syndrome.Most Lundehunds will have attacks during their lifetime.It can be treated; and if an attack is caught early, it isn't incredibly costly to treat it.It is a rare disease in the general dog population, but other breeds (Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, Basenjis, Yorkshire Terrier) are also prone to it.For a long discussion of the problem, see the separate page.
2.Minor problems like watery eyes and a skin condition are described on another page also.
3.Remember:they are still dogs.They may be a primitive breed; they may be a rare breed; their genes may have been unmixed with other breed's genes for hundreds of years; but when it comes down to it--they are still dogs.They can get all the diseases and health problems that dogs get.They will get cancer, liver problems, kidney and bladder infections, distemper or parvo or lepto, parasites, allergies, ear and eye infections, foreign bodies, poisons, and so on.As the medical truism says---when you hear hoofbeats, look for horses, not zebras. When you have a sick Lundie, don't automatically assume it is a Lundehund illness.
P.S. In spite of their weird foot bone anatomy, nothing ever (well almost never) goes wrong with their feet!