Puli

Used for driving and herding flocks, the Puli is an energetic breed that does well with obedience and agility. The Puli has a unique coat.
Puli Information

Average sizes and life expectancy of the breed

HEIGHT

16-17 Inches

WEIGHT

25-35 Lbs.

LIFE EXPECTANCY

12-16 Years

Puli Information

The Puli was used mainly for driving and herding flocks, while the larger Hungarian breed, the Komondor, was used as a guardian for flocks.

An average-sized yard works best for this energetic breed. The Puli enjoys hikes, however, the coat should be protected.

With a firm and consistent hand, this breed can do amazingly well in obedience and agility.

The Puli has a strange and unique coat making grooming for this breed a learned technique for the inexperienced. In an adult Puli, the coat should form cords naturally and never be man-made.

Breed Identification

COLORS

Solid Black, Rusty Black, Gray, And White

HAIR LENGTH

Long

Breed Care

GROOMING

Once a week

EXERCISE NEEDS

Up to 1 hour per day

HEALTH CONDITIONS

Hip Dysplasia

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