First Austrian Puli Club President and office: Helga Widder Leopoldig. 4, 1230 Vienna Tel.: 0664/4845009 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Homepage: www.puliclub.at Save the Date 25.7.2021 - General Assembly, celebrating41 years Puliclub…
Please note our actual bank account: Bank: BAWAG IBAN: AT79 1400 0001 1021 1694 Your erster österreichischer Puliclub Helga Widder President
The Puli has its origin in Hungary. Dogs of this appearance have been an integral part of the life of the Hungarian shepherds for over a thousand years.
A typical, mostly ground-long Tread Lock hair is race-characteristic and most conspicuous characteristic of the to 45 cm big withers-height and up to 14 kg heavy Puli.
Independent, strong-willed, alert, courageous and loudly barking, these original working dogs defend the herd or their territory.
They are flexible, fast, eager to learn and persevering.More Details
As member of the Puliclub, you are entitled to the full range of our services.
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Pictures of our Puli
The next interesting dates of the first Austrian Puliclub
Interesting Videos of our Puli Breed. Some in English, some in German
Important forms for the Puliclub, breeding and registration of shows.
We will help you to find good breeders and we will also inform you about where they are breeding.
Experienced Puli owners from different countries will help you to integrate your Puli in the best possible way.
Why make every mistake we made again?
We will help you to find the right exhibitions and we will also show you how you can do best.
Your Puli is a very valuable dog and there are relatively restrictive conditions and prerequisites for the development of an own breed.
Overbreeding and quantity breeding are real unwords for this breed.
So it is really important to know all requirements to breed. We support you in this and show you a reasonable way.
The First Austrian Puliclub offers important information, provides a discussion platform for all Puli related topics, organises meetings of members and organises regular activities for dogs and people.
What means a Puli dog?