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The similarity to primitive behaviours has many points for the owner who fully understands to benefit from it. On the other hand the breed hardly can be recommended for the beginner. It´s much to easy to go wrong and make the mudi develop just the characteristics that definitely not fits together with our society.



This is a fairly healthy breed, although a few cases of hip dysplasia have occurred.



Life Expectancy is about 13-14 years.




Origin The Mudi's full name is Canis Ovilis Fenyesi (Dr Dezso Fenyesi separated Mudi from the Puli and Pumi). The Hungarian herdsman's dogs were all classified together until the 1930's when the Mudi was separated from the Puli and Pumi. This all-purpose rural breed does not appear to be the result of planned breeding. The breed formed spontaneously and is only about one hundred years old. It is rare, even in Hungary - its country of origin.


Its conformation stabilized in the early 1900's and its standards were written down according to these original traits. Perhaps much of the reason for the rareness of this breed can be attributed to the ever-present Puli and Komondor - older and more popular Hungarian working breeds. Perhaps the least known of all Hungarian dogs, it is noted for the multiplicity of its uses both inside and outside its native land.

Without the intervention of dedicated breeders, it would be in danger of extinction.


Group Herding