As a family dog, they make good security dogs and faithful family guardians. They can be very friendly and playful, even in old age. They regard their family as their flock, and will keep their distance until they are sure a stranger is not a threat. When annoyed, they may attack without warning, so a considerable distance may be advisable for strangers. They can be extremely independent and obstinate, and only accept strong-willed individuals as master
The breed is intelligent and can do well in obedience training if begun early. Traditionally, the Puli dog breed was used as a herding dog and sometimes even as a livestock guarding dog as well. They make very good guard dogs, as they are very protective of their master and territory. The Puli is sensitive, fun-loving, courageous, but also at times tough and headstrong.
When looking for a puppy to purchase it is highly recommended to contact any of the Breed Clubs we have listed for this breed since it is they who should be able to put you in touch with members who have bred litters according to their Club’s Code of Ethics.
BUYER BEWARE; Some breeders listed here may not be members of a Hungarian Puli Breed Club, there may be good reasons for this, but ask the question before you enter into any transaction.
ACT, Canberra; “Poolibear” Roger And Margaret Matthews + 0412817891 email@example.com
NSW, Albury; “Rastaz” Josetta Gatford, +0447995345 firstname.lastname@example.org
NSW, Campbelltown; “Tullaview” Patrice Smith & Courtney Spencer email@example.com
QLD , Sydney; “Rustufarion” Royson Valore, firstname.lastname@example.org
SA, Tungkillo; “Stonefields” Mark Fisher-Hoad email@example.com
VIC, Macclesfield; “Narnia” Christine Powell +0429309525
VIC, Mlebourne; “Cordmaker” Sue Huebner + 0419348465 firstname.lastname@example.org
NORTHANTS ; Tyngeli Rose O’Sullivan & Mike Kennett +01327 300753 Rose@Puli.co.uk
SOMERSET ; ADNAMA Amanda & Adrian Conibere +01823 339 867 email@example.com
SURREY ; CATSUN Mrs. J. Crowther +01276 472 828 firstname.lastname@example.org