Dear Sandor, Thank you again for finding us our beautiful Hungarian Mudi puppy “Motyo”. As you are aware, I spent months researching breeds to find a breed of dog which would fit what we were looking for. We live on a piece of property inhabited by a lot of wildlife, so we wanted a smaller, non-aggressive dog, high in intelligence. We also were not sure whether we would be training the dog for agility or search and rescue, so we […]
Hi Eddie, 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 […]
Zippy is GREAT! We’re having a lot of fun with him. He is the best thing that happen to us. You can find some recent pictures of him. Thank you so much for this wonderful puppy! I will recommend Euro Puppy to everyone with great pleasure! Best regards, Maja Peković, Fürth, Germany
Hi Eddy, Herewith a couple of shots of Falk – I will try and get better ones. He is a very good dog – do you know if he has had any training because he is so obedient. We couldn’t have had a better dog – he is beautiful. Well done. Best wishes Norman, Bangkok, Thailand
About Mudi Breed
The Mudi has a long head with a pointed nose. Usually its tail is docked, but it is not unusual for the puppies to be born without a tail. The Hungarian herdsman’s dogs were all classified together until the 1930’s when Dr Dezso Fenyesi separated the Mudi from the Puli and Pumi.