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Other Names
Hugarian Pumi

Hungary, 1800s
The result of crossing the puli with german spitz dogs. This breed received recognition in the 1920s

Use Today
Companion, Security, Hunting

Life Expectancy
This breed can live as long as 12-13 years of age

Weight & Height
22-33 Pounds & 13-19 Inches

Known Health Problems
None Known

Physical Description
Medium size, squarly built dog with a long narrow head and long muzzle. The nose is black, Eyes are brown, Ears are prick with the top third folded over. The tail is long and carried high and curved.

An energetic dog that likes to bark. They are not the best breed to have with small children, however a well brought up Pumi should do ok with children. This breed tends to be wary of strangers.

Intelligent breed that usually learns quickly

Living Conditions
Would do best with an active family in a rural or suburban home.

Brush coat once a week and remove excess hair from inside of ears.

This dog is best suited on a farm where it can exercise itself. However if not on a farm the dog would benefit from being exercised daily. This breed sometimes will enjoy agility and flyball

Coat Texture
Medium length tufts of hair some areas are shorter and rougher while others are longer and tangled..

Coat Colors
Slate-grey, grey, black, white, cream

3-6 pups per litter.

Continental Kennel Club
American Pet Registry
Fédération Cynologique Internationale
National Kennel Club


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