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Mudi

Mudis are praised for their extraordinarily industrious nature, and for a temperament described as lively, courageous, attentive, diligent, alert, and accommodating.

About the Mudi

Remarkably agile, and also excellent at watch and alarm duties, they are very good at sniffing out narcotics.

The Mudi has a relatively short, smooth coat on their head and legs, while the rest of their body has a longer, wavy or slightly curled coat. This loving breed can be kept indoors without a problem, and they are endearing family dogs.

Source: key facts and characteristics sourced from Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)

Breed specifics

Country
Hungary
Group
FCI Group 1, AKC Miscellaneous Class
Size category
Small
Avg life expectancy
13–14 years

Loving / Assertive / Alert / Confident / Independent / Intelligent / Loyal / Even-tempered / Agile

Key facts

  • Requires moderate grooming
  • Enjoys training
  • Needs a lot of exercise

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