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    Pumi |Hungry|

    Pumi |Hungry|

    The delightful Pumi is a lively herding breed of similar heritage to the Puli. The Pumi is thought also to have some influence from terrier types, Briards, and possibly Keeshonds. The term Pumi was first used in 1801, but this was probably a generic term for Hungarian herding dogs. They were divided into separate breeds in 1921 by Dr. Emil Raitsis. Pumis are brave, bright, and engaging dogs that are still used for herding cattle, sheep, and pigs in addition to being used to hunt wild boar. They can have a tendency to bark but make great family companions for an active home.

    Pumi |Hungry| Pumi |Hungry|
    From Dogs Unleashed, Copyright by Tamsin Pickeral, licensed through ContentOro, Inc and used by arrangement with Thunder Bay Press

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