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Breed Group: Herding
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Overview
The Puli, also known as the Pulik crossed the plains into Hungary with the Magyards a few thousand years ago when they were commonly used as sheep dogs. The Puli was used mainly for driving and herding flocks, while the larger Hungarian breed, the Komondor, was used as a guardian for flocks. Many shepherds preferred the Puli, as they stood out easier among the flock, while the Komondor was used to blend in.
Character
The Puli surprisingly makes a very good watchdog, as they are very protective of their master and territory. This is a very intelligent breed making him fairly easy to train. This breed does very well in obedience and agility and is a favorite in the show ring. His light and agile movement give this breed an advantage when it comes to guarding flocks of sheep.

Does your Puli bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
Happy, cheerful, and devoted, this dog does very well in a home environment, however is not recommended for a home with small children. The Puli can do well with other animals if they are properly socialized at puppyhood, but should not be trusted around smaller and more passive animals. If children are taught how to handle a dog properly, this breed can do well providing the children do not pester or pull on the long cords of hair.
Care
The Puli has a strange and unique coat making grooming for this breed a learned technique for the inexperienced. Professional grooming in the beginning should be required. After bathing, drying of the coat can be a task. Blow-drying with cold air works best. Brushing is not required, as the Puli should always have naturally formed cords.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The Puli has a very unique coat. The coat is fairly weather resistant and is dense and profuse. The outer coat should be wavy or curly, while the undercoat is soft and wooly. In an adult Puli, the coat should form cords naturally and never be man made. The coat should never be clipped, always natural.
Training
Pulis are very intelligent and are eager to please making them fairly easy to train. With a firm and consistent hand, this breed can do amazingly well in obedience and agility. Obedience classes for this breed are recommended at an early age, however training can be taken upon the owner if they are experienced. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Puli puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
The Puli should have regular exercise, as they love to play and roam free, however should always be in a fenced in yard. An average sized yard works best for this energetic breed. They love to jog with their owners, and does very well running along side a bike. The Puli enjoys hikes, however the coat should be protected. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
25-35 lbs
Height
Male: 17; Female: 16 inches
Color(s)
solid black, rusty black, gray, and white
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Pine Creek Puli
Member Since: January 2012
Location: Southwest Michigan, Michigan
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For over 20 yrs we have been training dogs our forte is obedience. We got our first purebred Pulik in 2010, following a lengthy period researching the breed and recently started our breeding program. Our mission is to breed healthy, happy Pulik with emphasis on breed standards, movement and outstanding temperaments. The Puli is a true herding dog who adores his family, and can be somewhat suspicious of strangers at first meeting. The Puli is extremely intelligent making them easy to train, loving, and full of energy; therefore they do not fit the lifestyle of those not interested in plenty of exercise. Most Puli do have a cuddling side too; TV time is a must in our home. Our foundation Pulik are currently working on a variety of titles in Conformation, Obedience, Agility, and Herding. And the number of litters offered yearly will be limited. We offer a 5 yr Hip and Eye Guarantee from Genetic defects, Microchip, first shots, vet health check, and continuing support for the lifetime of your new Puli.

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Anonymous asked:
What is a Puli like at 6-7 months old? I'm interested in buying an older puppy. If the puppy has bad habits, would it be hard to correct with training and practice?

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Puppies go through A LOT in the first several months the owner has their puppy. The bonding phase at 9 - 11 weeks old, the first fear stage at 11 - 12 weeks old and then the second fear stage at 4 - 4 1/2 months old. All three of those stages GREATLY effect how a puppy will turn out. Including how the puppy will react to socialization, new situations, etc. It is nice getting an older puppy because you do not have to do the house-training or anything like that, but there are draw-backs. Learned bad habits can be fixed with training and practice, but bad habits that are a part of the pup early, early on and not addressed are much harder to work with. So if you get an older pup, make sure you do a week of fostering to see if the pup works with your family.

Anonymous

I bought my Puli puppy at around 4-5 months old. An older puppy is much easier to take care of. They don't have to go to the bathroom as often. They also learned a lot of manners from the parents. You still need to give the puppy time to adjust and concentrate on training. But I had no issue with an older puppy.

Anonymous asked:
Is the Puli breed hypoallergenic? We have grandkids that visit. Could the dog adapt to kids? All but one kid is over 6.

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Yes, the Puli is considered a hypoallergenic breed of dog. The Puli is a herding breed of dog that enjoys being a companion animal. So if the dog is raised with kids and the children are respectful of the puppy/dog's space, the dog should do just fine. Please note that all interactions between children 10 and under with a dog should be supervised at all times.

Anonymous

All dogs are individual. My Puli does well with kids more so than with an adult. But they are not overly loving or a people pleaser type of dog breed. A Puli would sit by his person and relax rather than run off to play with the kid or other dogs. If you want a breed that is a people pleaser and great with kids then I suggest the Rough Collie and Newfoundland. They would act like a nanny to the kids especially the female dogs. They are both very gentle and loving and also want to please you and your family.

Anonymous asked:
How does a person get rid of the odor on a Puli?

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Anonymous

Clean the dog very, very, very well and groom it very, very, very well.

Anonymous asked:
My Puli is 1-year-old and I have been brushing her since she was a puppy. I did not want her corded, however now I do. She was in the hospital for 2 weeks and is now matted. If I shave her will she regrow her cords? I really do hope so. Thanks Gerrie

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Anonymous

Pulis were bred to have coats like this, so I don't see why it wouldn't grow out back how it should.

Anonymous asked:
Are Pulis hypoallergenic?

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Anonymous

Yes, they are, but if you have a lot of allergies like me, you will still have to keep your dog really clean. Spot bathe as needed and full groom weekly.

Anonymous

Totally agreed. I try to bathe mine less than once a week. It is better for the hair to be bathed every 4-6 weeks. Give your puppy a spot bath every 4 days depending on activities and a full bath usually every 7-10 days.

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Updated: 7/28/2016