Konyv: A Dog

Konyv: A Dog



ISBN: 578803165


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The Pumi is a fast learning, highly trainable, intelligent terrier type herding dog. Most likely, the Pumi originates from the Pulian old Hungarian herding breed, dating back to the nomadic period of the nation, prior to the arrival to the Karpathian-Basin from Central Asia the Puli is still an active herding breed today. In addition, the Pumi has also related to the Mudi and other Central European herding breeds and continental terrier type dogs present in the 17th and 18th century.

The Pumi has officially been recognized in Europe since Please click on the link below to read one of the most comprehensive descriptions available about the breed. It has been translated from primary sources. The Pumi is not for everyone! It is a terrier type, highly intelligent herding breed, luckily with an off-switch. The Pumi is easily trainable, however, he needs daily off leash physical exercise and mental stimulation.

The Pumi does not take raincheck easily and he is certainly not a backyard dog Dog be left alone. The Pumi might appear to be tough and invincible from the outside, he can be a fragile and delicate soul. He wants to be a partner, and a family member. A Pumi thrives the most in active families. He is a great companion, sport and recreational dog.

He is naturally good off-leash in safe areas and has a fantastic recall. Still, it is important that the Pumi gets proper training, socialization and exposure to various stimuli of versatile environments to earn konyv: full reward of his wonderful personality and character. The Pumi tends to be vocal, however, his voice can easily be controlled if he is properly cared for. The good news is that it is easy to provide high quality exercise to a Pumi without highly specialized training skills or above average physical ability.

However, for those who are considering trialing with their Pumis, it is a good news that the Pumi konyv: in most sanctioned dog trials. When visiting breeders and kennels, remember that the Pumi is not a shy breed…! He might be reserved and cautious when introduced to strangers and unfamiliar placesDog, a Pumi with the right disposition and proper socialization should recover fast, act konyv: Dog and happy with new people in new surroundings.

When we plan a Pumi litter, we focus on temperament, physical health, correct anatomy, correct hair type, characteristic head, pigmentation, and desired colors. We try to see several offsprings, siblings and other relatives of the dogs whom we consider in our breeding program. We collaborate with breeders overseas and research different bloodlines to find the best possible match for our dogs.

While titles and popularity are important, they are secondary in our selection Dog to pick a quality dog. We interview and screen every potential puppy buyers and whom we think are the most suitable and can provide the best home, will be able to purchase dogs from us. We do not sell dogs to people who plan to keep our dogs in kennels.

A Pumi must live together and share the home with its owner…. All Pumi puppies to be sold, will be registered with AKC, microchipped, vaccinated with the first round of shots and dewormed up to date. Dog for any reason, and we believe there are almost none a Pumi from our breeding needs a new home, regardless of Dog or health condition, we reserve the right for that dog to be returned to us.

The Pumi, is a lose-eye herding dog and is mostly referred Dog as a driver type. He is agile, vocal, and works close to the stock. He is comfortable working with sheep, goat, cattle, ducks and swine. The Pumi has a lively and playful temperament and he is also considered as bold, however, he tends to be reserved or suspicious towards strangers, like most herding breeds.

In public, Pumik always attracts attention because of their attractive conformation and always active playful behavior. The Pumi tends to be vocal, however, with a balanced lifestyle, he barks only when there is a reason for it. A shy or dispassionate behavior are atypical of konyv: Pumi. Pumis were needed for herding, and as watch dogs. Many of them performing complicated tasks.

Taking the herd to the common pastures between crop fields in the morning, take them back to the well for drinking midday, and herd the stock back home and select them to their respective homes in the evening. Shepherds needed fast learning reliable dogs and they had no or small tolerance for mistakes. However, where nature and nurture managed to work together in harmony in the existing environment, the outcome was a close to perfect herding Pumi, ready for any task.

As a result, we got an amazing breed today; The Pumi is a great family, companion, sport or herding dog. Last but not least, he is also a superb entertainer. The Pumi is very athletic and the breed is among the top agility dogs in Europe. Some Pumis have already gotten national attention here in the U. It is literally a breathless experience to watch them on the agility court from start to finish.

Competitive obedience also comes Dog them naturally and one can always find Pumis in the top tear of competitions. FCI Standard No. Also suitable for herding larger types of animals. His scenting ability is well developed. Has excellently proved his worth when combating wild beasts of prey and rodents. Excellent pet, can definitely be kept indoors.

Needs plenty of exercise. Is an excellent companion and sporting dog. It has been recognised as an independent breed at the beginning of the 20th century. His Terrier character is konyv: Dog obvious in his head. The foreface is elongated and the upper third of the otherwise prick ears is bending konyv:. The conformation is square. Because of his constant alertness, his neck carriage is higher than normal. The wavy coat of medium length forms curls.

The Pumi can have various but must always be of one solid colour. The dept of the brisket is slightly less than half of the height at the withers. The length of the muzzle is slightly less than half of the total length of the head. Extremely bold, a little suspicious towards strangers. As a result of his sensible behaviour, his liveliness and his expressiveness, he attracts attention always and everywhere.

The Pumi is rather noisy. His whole appearance konyv: thirst for action and because of his restlessness and activity, all parts of his body are constantly on the move. He is always active and ready for duty. A shy or phlegmatic behaviour are untypical of the breed.

HEAD : Relatively long and narrow. The shape of the head is characterised by the elongated muzzle. Skull: The top of the head is konyv: broad and domed. The long forehead is only slightly domed and flat seen from the Dog. The superciliary ridges are moderately developed.

Stop: Barely perceptible, the forehead running an almost straight line between the eyebrows toward the bridge of konyv: nose. Muzzle: The bridge of the nose is straight. The elongated facial region tapers towards the nose but is never pointed.

The strong, well developed teeth are white. Regular, complete scissors bite according to the dentition formula. Eyes: Set moderately wide apart, slightly oblique. Medium sized. Medium sized, oval, dark brown slit-eyes. The expression is lively and intelligent. The eye-lids are tight and close-fitting to the eyeballs and well pigmented. Ears: The upright konyv: Dog are konyv: on high, the upper third of the ears bending forward. The medium sized, even ears show a reverse V-shape.

They show alert reactions to all stimulations. NECK : Of medium length, little arched, well muscled, forming an angle of 50 to 55 degrees to the horizontal. The skin at the throat is tight, dry, without folds. BODY : Well developed muscles, dry, exceptionally taut and tough. The breed is particularly lean and of harmonious konyv: Dog. Chest: The forechest is straight, not broad, rather deep. Ribs slightly arched, rather flat.

The brisket is deep, long and reaches to the elbows. TAIL : The high set tail forms a wide circle above the croup. The hair on the underside of the tail is 7 to 12 cm long, wry standing apart, with little undercoat. A natural stumpy tail or tail docking is not permitted. They are vertical, parallel and not too wide apart.