Warning: Pretty graphic footage.
Klara, the Swedish elkhound/Jämthund, managed to survive the attack, but she was pretty severely injured.
The way moose (“elk” in every other part of the world but North America) are hunting parts of Scandinavia is that a barking elkhound encounters the quarry and then it spends as much time yapping at the moose to keep it from running off. This give hunters an opportunity to locate the moose and then kill it.
There are often brags about these dogs barking at moose for days on end, but with the growing population of wolves in Sweden, all this barking does arouse their territorial instincts. The fact that these barking elkhounds are often some distance from human hunters furthers the risk.
This is precisely the problem that bear hunters are encountering in the Great Lakes States, where there is long tradition of letting hounds run black blears. Baying hounds arouse territorial wolves and even the stoutest bear hounds have been massacred in these encounters.
So with wolves expanding their range, it’s very likely that conflicts with owners of hunting dogs are going to increase.
Which makes conservation issues that much more complicated.