Der Pumi ist eine von der FCI anerkannte ungarische Hunderasse. Passt ein Pumi zu mir? Wo finde ich meinen Wunsch-Pumi? Abenteuerlustiger Ungar. So mancher glückliche Pumi-Besitzer, der auf die Frage nach der Rasse. Der Pumi ist eine von der FCI anerkannte ungarische Hunderasse (FCI-Gruppe 1, Sektion 1, Standard Nr. 56). Herkunft und Geschichtliches[Bearbeiten. Bei dem kleinen Vertreter der Ungarischen Hütehunde – dem Pumi – handelt sich um einen kleinen, energiegeladenen, immer gutgelaunten Treib- und. Das hat sich beim Puli heute leider geändert. Das Fell ist zu einer Belastung für den Hund geworden, was beim Pumi glücklicherweise anders ist. Interessiert man.
Passt ein Pumi zu mir? Wo finde ich meinen Wunsch-Pumi? Abenteuerlustiger Ungar. So mancher glückliche Pumi-Besitzer, der auf die Frage nach der Rasse. Pumi  ✅ Geschichte ✅ Aussehen ✅ Charakter ✅ Der Pumi ist ein bei uns bislang weniger bekannter Hund, der aus Ungarn stammt und dem Terrier nicht. Bei dem kleinen Vertreter der Ungarischen Hütehunde – dem Pumi – handelt sich um einen kleinen, energiegeladenen, immer gutgelaunten Treib- und.
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Degenerative myelopathy is an incurable, progressive disease of the canine spinal cord, found typically after the age of seven years.
Pumis can be carriers of the trigger gene. DNA testing can identify those dogs that are carriers, and these should not be bred with other carriers.
Twenty per cent of 65 Pumis tested in the US were found to be carriers. Primary Lens Luxation is a dislocation of the eye's lens.
This is also a genetic disease, for which the carrier gene can be identified by DNA testing.
Of 60 Pumis tested in the US, about 22 per cent were found to be carriers. Elbow dysplasia involves developmental abnormalities of the elbow-joint, and the growth of cartilage or the structures surrounding it, leading to osteoarthritis.
As of , none of the Pumi tested in the UK have recorded abnormal scores. According to the Hungarian Pumi Club of America, the tests that are recommended for the Pumi are: .
The Pumi was originally used as a herding dog and most working sheepdogs in Hungary are Pumis. They also can be trained for detection, search and rescue , and other purposes.
Pumis that exhibit basic herding instincts can be trained to compete in trials. The Pumi is little known outside Hungary where in there were 2, registered dogs.
The first Pumis were introduced into Finland in , and Sweden and Finland have registered around Pumis every year. In both countries, the Pumi is a popular agility dog seen in championship competitions, and also used for competitive obedience and dog dancing.
On 1 January , the Pumi was accepted into the AKC Miscellaneous class having achieved US registrations, and, on 1 July , into the Herding group with over registered dogs as the th dog breed that the Club had officially recognised.
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The Pumi is a medium-sized alert, intelligent, energetic, and agile Hungarian herding breed, originating in the seventeenth or eighteenth centuries from the ancestral Puli, and used to herd cattle, sheep, and swine.
He is characterized by his square outline, curly coat, circular tail, and long head with semi-erect ears, and whimsical expression.
The Pumi originated in Hungary where pastures were small and the livestock were driven to local fields for grazing.
He is a versatile stock dog, equally adept at gathering, driving and keeping the stock within boundaries as directed by the shepherd, working very close to the livestock, and using his voice and quick movement to keep the stock under control.
Long, with the muzzle 40 to 50 percent of the length of the head. The planes are parallel with a slight stop. Expression is lively and intelligent.
Eyes are medium sized, dark brown, deep set, and oval, set moderately wide apart and slightly oblique.
The pigment is dark and complete with tightly-fitting eye rims. Ears are set on high, of medium size, and carried two-thirds erect with the tips pointing somewhat towards the sides.
The ears are covered with hair, enhancing their whimsical expression. The ears are mobile and alert, moving quickly in reaction to any stimulation.
Disqualifications — Ears prick or hanging. The body is smooth and tight with hard, but not bulging muscles, and particularly lean.
The back is short, straight, and taut. The loin is short, straight, and firmly coupled. The croup is not too long, slightly sloped, and of medium breadth.
The chest is deep, fairly narrow, and extends well back to a moderate tuck-up. The ribs are slightly sprung with a deep brisket reaching to the elbows.
The forechest is not pronounced. The depth of the chest is slightly less than 50 percent of the height at the withers.
The shoulders are moderately angulated, with long, well-knit shoulder blades and an upper arm matching in length. The angle formed between the shoulder blade and upper arm should be to degrees.
The elbows are tucked firmly against the brisket. The legs are long and straight, with medium bone.
The pastern is very slightly sloped. The feet are tight and round with well-knit toes — a cat foot, with well-cushioned pads. The nails are strong and preferably black or nearly black.
The hindquarters are well-developed and muscular, and in balance with the forequarters having moderate angulation.
The upper thigh is thick and strong, with a long, strong second thigh. The hocks are short, vertical, and parallel to each other.
A vertical line can be drawn from the ischium down to the ground just in front of the rear toes when viewed from the side. Rear dewclaws, if any, may be removed.
Hind feet same as the forefeet. The coat is a combination of wavy and curly hair, forming corkscrews or curls all over the body, and is never smooth or corded.
The coat consists of an even mixture of harsh hair and softer undercoat. The eyes and the foreface are free of long hair. In order to achieve the characteristic corkscrews and curls in the coat, the hair is allowed to dry naturally.
The coat must never appear fluffed and blown dry, obscuring the characteristic curls. Tail — set high, it arches over the back forming a full circle from base to tip, sitting just on top of the topline.
In re-pose it may hang down. Docking is not permitted nor is a naturally short tail stump. The Pumi POO-mee; plural Pumik was conceived as a compact, quick, and fearless sheepherder capable of moving flocks on the narrow roads connecting the pastures of western Hungary.
At a glance, it might be hard to believe that this cuddly charmer was born to do such tough work. With his coat of corkscrew curls, circular tail, expressive ears, and distinctively whimsical look, the Pumi is all kinds of cute.
But beneath the curls is a lean, deep-chested herder with a seemingly endless capacity for work and play. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times.
He needs combing every three to six weeks, followed by a good wetting-down to let the coat curl back up. Once curled, the coat can be trimmed to keep it looking tidy.
The Pumi is very intelligent and energetic, needing regular exercise and mental stimulation. Their favorite toys are often tennis balls and flying discs, and a Pumi is likely to demand a good chase-and-fetch game with these.
The Pumi is a thinking dog who must assess each new situation, so it is vital for the breed to have early socialization as puppies.
A Pumi will learn quickly and has a boundless willingness to work without being obsessive about it. He is an active dog, and if provided with daily exercise and mental activity he makes a wonderful housedog.
Because Pumik enjoy using their voices, barking should not be reinforced. Authorities recognize three sheepdogs indigenous to Hungary: the Mudi, Puli, and Pumi.
The Puli is thought to be the oldest, established in what is now Hungary around a. Between and years ago, the Puli was interbred with Western European herding dogs and and terriers to produce the Pumi.Pumi  ✅ Geschichte ✅ Aussehen ✅ Charakter ✅ Der Pumi ist ein bei uns bislang weniger bekannter Hund, der aus Ungarn stammt und dem Terrier nicht. Pumi - Alle Infos auf einen Blick: Aussehen ✓ Bilder ✓ Charakter ✓ Geschichte ✓ Züchter ✓ Vereine ✓ Verfügbare Welpen ✓ Jetzt informieren! Erfahren Sie im Steckbrief alles zu Verhalten, Charakter, Beschäftigungs- und Bewegungsbedürfnis, Erziehung und Pflege der Hunderasse Pumi. © Image. Inhalt. 1. Rassebeschreibung Pumi; 2. Pumi – Herkunft und Rassegeschichte; 3. Aussehen – Pumi; 4. Charakter und Wesen; 5. Es wurde die Rasse Pumi vorgestellt und wir beantworteten viele Fragen. Es war ein toller, aufregendern Tag mit unseren Welpen aus dem G-Wurf, unseren.