After two decades of trying to get noticed by the American Kennel Club, the Pumi has finally been added to the official registry of verified breeds.
It was an arduous process that involved quite a bit of tail-wagging, face-licking fun, but you may start seeing this newest breed in dog shows and pet stores.
The pooches have corkscrews of curls that cover fluffy, floppy ears, a quality that you can’t miss.
Now, the breed originally from Hungary has been added to the Westminister Kennel Club. Back in the day, they were used to herd cattle, sheep and pigs. As a result, these little guys are a huge ball of energy and breeders day they are not for everybody.
‘They’re not for somebody who’s going to sit and watch TV all day long,” said Chris Levy, president of the Hungarian Pumi Club of America.
The pumi has become the 190th breed to join the roster of the US’s oldest purebred registry
These cute guys are a bundle of joy. Before you all rush out the adopt the, make sure you can handle their energy first, or you could simply SHARE this story with a dog-lover in your life.
[Featured Image: the Hungarian Pumi Club of America]