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Pumik are very unique & sweet looking dogs. They are a medium sized dog, and have since grown in popularity around the world. They are very loyal in nature & absolutely love 'hoomans', forming very strong bonds with their families.

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They are more than popular in their native country of Hungary, though it has only been a recent occurrence that they have become popular elsewhere. For this reason, not many puppies are born each year and anyone wanting to chia sẻ their lives with one of these guys would need lớn be onto a waiting list.

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Fun Fact: Though bred as a herding dog, they have many 'terrier' traits!

Kennel Club Group Herding
Lifespan 12 – 14 Years
Height (at the withers) Males 16 - 18.5in, Females 15 - 17.5in
Weight Males 27lb - 29lb, Females 22lb - 24lb
Coat Coats are Medium in Length and have a Wavy or Curly Texture. Coats are Shaggy, Elastic & Dense, consisting of a Crisp và Strong Topcoat & a much Softer Undercoat.

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Color Black, Dark Gray, Fawn, Gray, Light Gray, White
Eye color Dark Brown
Common health issues Hip dysplasia, Primary lens luxation (PLL), Degenerative myelopathy (DM), Patellar luxation
Other Names Pumi

These dogs are known for their extremely high intelligence, which in turn makes them relatively easy khổng lồ train. They are also a very energetic breed so will need plenty of walkies, exercise & playtime. For this reason, they would bởi best in a family that already lead an active life that they can easily slot into. On the topic of their huge energy, Pumis also love taking part in canine spots as well! They are an extremely loving và happy dog and love 'hoomans', although they vì usually tie themselves particularly lớn one person. However, for the right family, with the right amount of time to give, they have the potential to lớn make lovely family pets!

These dogs were first introduced into Europe in the 9th century by the Maygar Tribes, although its thought that they originally came from Tibet! However, it wasn't until the 20th century that they became an established breed. They were bred to lớn herd livestock, including sheep, goats & pigs. These dogs had many variances and were eventually split into three groups; the Pumi, Mudi và Puli & it's thought that the Pumi was developed in the West of Hungary. A breed standard was created by Emil Raitsits, during the 1900s with later alterations in the 1920s.