Puli

The Puli is one of the unique herding dogs of Hungary and has been in Hungary since the Magyar invasion of the 10th Century. It has been part of the lives of the Hungarian shepherds for more than 1,000 years. They were bred to be their sole companion and workmate during the long days and months of isolation on the grazing lands of the vast Hungarian plains.

Best at working sheep, they are built for endurance and so make an efficient and effective drover and gatherer. The breed's unusually thick, corded coat, helps it withstand extremes of weather. It was not until early last century that dog fanciers and zoologists began to study and document the breed. The Puli has become popular and established in its native country where it is now regarded as a national symbol and very much a national treasure.

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