Discussion in 'Dog Breeds' started by southerngirl, Apr 25, 2014.
It isn't a common breed, I'd bet there are none in NZ, not common in USA either.
I always thought they had very distinctive ears.
It's the ears that have me lost totally.
I just can't think of any dog with those ears!
Does this help?
Looked up information on this breed and they sound like my kind of dog.
Thank you but no! LOL two ears are just as unrecognisable to me as one!
You got it! Well done
They are pretty cool little dogs. I bet they will become very popular in agility eventually, maybe when the Pyr Shep becomes too popular and people start looking for a less common small agility dog.
I think they have very funny little ears
Well done, Danielle! Look forward to your posting. I was flummoxed by the ears too, Running_dog!
That is one cute dog, I just love those ears! I haven't heard of that breed before... very interesting dog and I can see why you think they might become more popular:
They seem awesome for a littlish dog! Can't believe I had not heard of them before now!
That's a really cool video comparing a Pumi to a BC.
Awsome video. The Pumi is a little spark, very quick and energetic.
I've never seen or heard of that breed either, just have to love those ears!!!!!!
Agree, awesome video. They sure do have a lot of spark, love that type of dog!
I'm surprised so few of you have heard of Pumi's. I've known about them for a while. I think I first heard of them a few years ago when watching "animal planet".
I really do think they will become big in agility one day.
They sure are grand little dogs!!!!!!! From watching the video I think you're 100% right, they'll become really big in agility work. Love them, happy to get to 'know' about them.
Alright sorry it took so long. Here is the next one.
That is what I would have guessed too
What about a briard?
The only other breeds I can think of at the moment are Bouvier des Floudres but I don't think they get shaved quite like that.
Or Kerry Blue Terrier but the ears look too low for them.
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