Meet the Pumi—the newest dog breed for us to collectively “awww” over. On June the American Kennel Club announced that this energetic herding dog is the breed to join the ranks of America’s oldest purebred dog registry.
The Pumi is energetic, lively and ready to work. They combine the intelligence of the herding dog along with the alertness of a terrier. Because of this, they need daily work to do, whether it's herding, agility, obedience, flyball, jogging, or chasing tennis balls. They shed only when combed, about every 2 weeks, and should be groomed approximately every 3 months.
Does your dog pull on the leash? It's of the more difficult habits to break. But I have a few tips that have helped us and might help you, too, without having to spend a fortune on a professional dog trainer. Tips for dog training.