- Males – 17 inches at the withers, Females – 16 inches at the withers
- 25 to 40 pounds
- Long, either corded or brushed
- Black, silver, white, brown, cream, or rust
- Conformation, Herding, Obedience, Agility, Tracking, Therapy
An ancient Hungarian herding dog, the spirited Puli is distinguished by his unique, wooly, corded coat that covers his compact body and requires extensive grooming. The breed is affectionate, alert and protective, making him an ideal family companion and watchdog. Clever and intelligent, the Puli retains his playfulness throughout his life. This active breed needs moderate daily exercise.
Did you know The Puli is born with an uncorded coat. His cords begin to develop at 9 months of age and continue to grow until the Puli is 5 years old.