BUDAPEST IS HISTORIC Tour
Many tribes of nomadic Huns that migrated to Central Europe, brought these cute and astonishingly useful dogs to their native land in the 9th century. These dogs were used to herd sheep and protect their owners' livestock. Over the years they were bred because they were able to be put on the line to work, this soon led to the adaption of the Puli in other countries. Today they serve two purposes since they have adapted to living in urban areas as well as working and living in the countryside.
These dogs are easily recognised by their trademark, their massive and cute fur! Pulis are richly covered in long cords, sometimes reaching the ground in length! Sometimes it is troubling to know which way the dog is even facing. This is a reliable, sturdy and muscular breed, with strong bones and a very quick reaction time, which is needed in their line of duty as a deputy shepard.