Puli

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Overview

Oldest breed of Hungry served as sheepdogs, it has been used as Hungerian Shepherds flock herding dog more than 10 hundred years. Pulis come with square and medium in sized frames that are covered in hairy coats of longer cords that are typically found in shades of gray, black and white. Solid built Puli is energetic and attentive, since a hard as nails herding dog and may perform its duties over all kinds of terrains. Puli are a sparkling, jolly little dog with great loyalty. Outstanding family companion the Puli is flexible and can adjust in any type of environments. These dogs are borne with inbuilt intelligence that makes them easy to train. If they perceive that the owner is meek and has no authority over dog, they may turn to strong minded and think themselves as pack leader, established their own rules at home. They are suspicious of strangers but with no aggression, if they feel any threat must warn the owner by bark. Besides the show ring performance it can do well in agility and obedience. Puli dogs are not suggested for children who like to play roughly or tease with dog so children must be skilled how to interact with such a herding dog. It is significant to mention, being a pack leader you must have knowledge how to interact or communicate with your canine. It is a superb watchdog. A daily jog or walk is required by this energetic breed. Lively, spirited, energetic and vigorous Puli want to be permitted run and romp freely particularly when master or a buddy dog join it in play. Height for males is 16 to 17.5 inches and for females 14.5 to 16 inches. Weight for Male Puli is 25 to 35 pounds and for females is 20 to 30 pounds. In USA, the U.K Standard is rather larger. The life expectancy of Puli is normally 11 to 12 years.

Puli History

The life expectancy of Puli is normally 11 to 12 years.

Puli Appearance

Pulis come with square and medium in sized frames that are covered in hairy coats of longer cords that are typically found in shades of gray, black and white. Covered in cords, the head is rather rounded; eyes of breed are almond shaped. Ears are drooping and muzzles are straight with black noses. Puli has sturdy necks and backs with a tail that curls over.

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Puli Weight and Height

Height for males is 16 to 17.5 inches and for females 14.5 to 16 inches. Weight for Male Puliks is 25 to 35 pounds and for females is 20 to 30 pounds. Note: In USA, the U.K Standard is rather larger.

Puli Temperament

Solid built Puli is energetic and attentive, since a hard as nails herding dog and may perform its duties over all kinds of terrains. Puli are a sparkling, jolly little dog with great loyalty. Outstanding family companion the Puli is flexible and can adjust in any type of environments. These dogs are borne with inbuilt intelligence that makes them easy to train. If they perceive that the owner is meek and has no authority over dog, they may turn to strong minded and think themselves as pack leader, established their own rules at home. They are suspicious of strangers but with no aggression, if they feel any threat must warn the owner by bark. Besides the show ring performance it can do well in agility and obedience. Puli dogs are not suggested for children who like to play roughly or tease with dog so children must be skilled how to interact with such a herding dog. It is significant to mention, being a pack leader you must have knowledge how to interact or communicate with your canine. It is a superb watchdog.

Puli with children and other pets

Puli dogs are not suggested for children who like to play roughly or tease with dog so children must be skilled how to interact with such a herding dog.

Puli Care and Grooming

The corded coat begins to make around the age of 6 months, once the soft woolly undercoat intermingles with the harsher outer coat. The mats so shaped ought to be separated by hand very frequently at this stage. The clumps ought to be torn apart by hand from the tip to the skin. Every coat is individual however as a rough guide, these sections shouldn't be made thinner than the width of a pencil. it's a calming and pleasurable method for dog and owner and if done frequently, takes very little time. Keeping a completely corded Puli is incredibly easy since they take very little care except regular coat separation and, of course, bathing. Bathing is as easy as washing a sweater but drying does take it slow. With a dryer, a completely corded Puli coat will take several hours and without a dryer it can take around 2 days to be fully dry. Eyes and ears ought to be clean regularly; nails kept clipped. The breed doesn't shed its coat. If you're allergic to dogs generally, you may try and see however you'd get along side a Puli since its coat is thus totally different. A decent breeder can allow you to visit many times by prior arrangement to check however their dogs have an effect on you before you think about going ahead with a puppy.

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Puli Health Issues

Puli is comparatively a healthy breed, some may prone to hearing problems, eye problems and hip dysplasia.

Puli Training

Training is the responsibility of the owner and its play a very vital role in dog’s life. A good training makes a wonderful dog as you wish to have. Training of each dog is influential for its temperament. These dogs are borne with inbuilt intelligence that makes them easy to train. If they perceive that the owner is meek and has no authority over dog, they may turn to strong minded and think themselves as pack leader, established their own rules at home. Obedience training is important for these dogs with a firm, gentle and patient manner of training.

Puli Exercise

Puliks are adaptable dogs that can adjust in any environments either in apartment or farm. It is an all weather breed. It may inactive moderately indoor but can do well with no yard. A daily jog or walk is required by this energetic breed. Lively, spirited, energetic and vigorous Puliks want to be permitted run and romp freely particularly when master or a buddy dog join it in play. Some pulis may fond of water and like swimming so much but not all Puliks have this quality of swimming so it never allowed without supervision.

Puli Recognition

It is Recognized by different dog registries and organizations including CKC, FCI, AKC, UKC, KCGB, CKC, ANKC, NKC, NZKC, APRI, ACR, DRA, NAPR and ACA.

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Puli Group

Herding, AKC Herding.

Puli Litter Size

Normally litter size of Puli is 02 to 06 puppies, average is 04.

Puli Good Names

Here are some good names for Puli. If you have a Puli puppy/dog and the name is not yet decided then you should just click the link below and chose one good name for cute puppy of Puli. Good names are for good dogs and the unique name for unique puppies and black names for black dog. All the names are available over here that are just one click far from you. Click the link and see the all names for dogs.

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