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Hungarian Puli

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Synonym(s): Puli, Pulik


Introduction

General information

  • Originated in Hungary as a sheep-herding dog, and can still be found working today.
  • The distinctive corded coat requires attention to keep it in good condition.
  • A lively, acrobatic and agile dog, the Puli requires a lot of exercise.
  • Makes a good watchdog.
  • Affectionate and home loving, the Puli makes a great pet for owners who like an active lifestyle.

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