Mopar is doing so well, he’s beautiful, loving, playful, funny, active, well alert, all around wonderful. We’re very pleased with him. He looked very happy when he saw us. He did show a little caution when Gary opened the crate to get him out, but as soon as he was out of that crate, he was very happy. We were playing with him in the park lot, next to our car and he was jumping around wagging his little tail. He took a nice health dump…was very happy about that and then went left for home. He slept in my arms for about an hour. Gary stopped at a rest stop about 1/2 hour from home so Mopar could stretch and go to the bathroom (which he did). Then when Gary started driving home, Mopar climbed out of my lap into Gary’s, and stayed there till we reached our house.
He had his 1st Vet check today and passed with an A+. I need to know if you require a copy of the Vets 1st report; if so, how can I get that to you? Here’s some pictures of Mopar on the way home yesterday; I hope they all come thru.
Thank you very much and we’ll talk soon.
More References from United States
Highlights of the Breed
5 to 10
Dogs: 20-30 pounds
Bitches: 18-27 pounds
Dogs: 14-20 inches
Bitches: 12-18 inches
Hungary, around 1900
FCI Group I.: Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs)
Canis Ovilis Fenyesi, Hungarian Mudi
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