Puli

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These neat little herding dogs are intelligent, obedient and easy to train. They have beautiful temperaments and can be clipped down to a non-shedding coat if ease of care is desired. They require moderate amounts of exercise.PURPOSE OF BREED:This herding breed is said to have originated in Asia, and came over to the Slovak nations via the Magyars, a native Hun tribe. They are close relatives of the Tibetan Terrier. These dogs were bred to be herding and droving dogs.AVERAGE LITTER SIZE: 6 puppies

Country of origin: 
Hungary
Size: 
HEIGHT: MALE : 19in(48cm) - FEMALE : 14in(36cm)WEIGHT: MALE : 40lbs(18kg) - FEMALE : 20lbs(9kg)
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A Puli has a weather resistant double coat and even seems to like snow, rain and wind. The outer coat is distinctively long and corded. The undercoat is fine, soft and very dense. This dog requires regular work on its cords to produce the required coat effect. A Puli is black or creamy white in color.

Trivia: 
In the 17th century, due to interbreeding, the Puli was almost lost, but in 1912 a resuscitation was brought about by Emil Raitsits, leading to the first Puli standard in 1915. <a href="http://www.akc.org/">(Credit: AKC.org)</a>
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