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|Country of Origin:
||12 or more years
||Black, any shade of gray, apricot (with or without a
black mask) and the rarer white
||The corded coat begins to form around the age of 6
months when the soft woolly undercoat intermingles with the harsher outer-coat. The mats
thus formed should be separated by hand very regularly at this stage. The clumps should be
torn apart by hand from the tip to the skin. Each coat is individual but as a rough guide,
these sections should not be made thinner than the width of a pencil. Keeping a fully
corded Puli is very easy since they take little care apart from regular coat separation
and, of course, bathing. Bathing is as easy, but drying does take some time. With a dryer
a fully corded Puli coat will take several hours and without a drier can take around 2
days to be fully dry. Eyes and ears should be cleaned regularly; nails kept clipped. The
breed does not shed its coat.
||14½ to 17½ inches
|Good With Children:
|Good With Pets:
|Good With Strangers:
||You should test for hip dysplasia and an eye test,
even though there are no major health problems.