Mudi - Pawsource


If you're looking for an active and intelligent companion, the Mudi might just be the dog breed for you. This medium-sized dog has a remarkable history and a character that is both loving and independent.


The Mudi is a Hungarian dog breed that was originally bred as a herding dog. The breed originated from the crossing of different dog breeds, including the Puli, the Pumi and the German Spitz. The breed quickly became popular for its ability to herd and protect livestock from predators.

During World War II, the breed almost became extinct. Fortunately, some Mudis were rescued and new breeding programs were started in the 1950s. Since then, the breed has become increasingly popular not only in Hungary, but also in other parts of the world.


The Mudi is an intelligent and active dog breed with a great need for exercise. These dogs are independent and strong-willed, so they are not always obedient. Yet they are loyal and loving towards their owners.

The Mudi is also watchful and will protect his family from intruders. This makes him an excellent watchdog. In addition, Mudis are good with children and other pets, provided they are properly socialized at a young age.


In general, the Mudi is a healthy breed. However, as with all dog breeds, there are some health issues to be aware of. This includes hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and eye problems, among others. It is important to ask about the health history of the parents when purchasing a Mudi.


The Mudi has a thick, wavy coat that needs regular brushing to prevent tangles. It's also important to trim the Mudi's nails and keep his teeth clean with regular brushing.

Because the Mudi is so active, it needs a lot of exercise. Daily walks and play sessions are therefore essential to keep him happy and healthy. The Mudi is not a dog for everyone, but for those willing to give it the necessary attention, exercise and love, it makes a loyal and devoted companion.

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