Here is a collection of Hungarian male/female dog names. Hungarian Male Dog Names Ervin (Friend of the sea) Lazlo (Great ruler) Boldisar (Prince of splendor) Sandor (Defender of men) Janos (God has shown me His favor) Kristof (Christ-bearer) Zalan (Hitter, thrower) Edvard (Wealthy guardian) Dani (Daniel) Andros (Very masculine) Baline (Strong and healthy) Bence (To...Read More
Most Pumis are gray, and any shade of gray is accepted in the show ring. Gray Pumis are born black, but puppies usually start graying at the age of 6 to 8 weeks, and the shade gradually lightens. The final shade can be predicted by the color of the parents.
Different environments and needs determine which type of dog a region develops. In Hungary, there are three different types of dog breeds – livestock protectors, herding dogs, and hunting hounds. HUNGARIAN DOG BREEDS – HERDING DOGS PULI The Puli is a small, herding dog with […]
Have you ever seen a Puli, that adorable shaggy dog with the corded coat? There’s no mistaking the breed. That is until you see the Komondor! These equally corded dogs are not just giant Pulik (the Hungarian plural of Puli), they are a breed all their own. Although both the Puli and Komondor share Hungarian […] The post Komondor vs. Puli: How to Tell the Difference appeared first on American Kennel Club.