Mudi

Mudi

A Mudi generally does well with a PlexiDor medium dog door

The Mudi is a Hungarian herding breed that stems back to the 15th century. Many confuses it with the Croatian Puli, some even call the breed Puli, but they come from different countries. It is still probable that the breeds share a common past. With a weight of between 17 and 29 lbs, the PlexiDor Medium dog door is a perfect match for a Mudi.

This is a fascinating breed because it is not created; it was discovered as a naturally occurring shepherd’s type of dog. It might be a natural mix of the Pumi, Puli, and German Spitz type of dogs. The Mudi breed counts as naturally developed, and this is the last natural breed of its kind that still works with livestock and shepherds.

Many claim that this is one of the best herding breeds. The Mudi also makes a good companion, watchdog, and hunting dog. Like most herding breeds it does very well in various sports; these are great dogs for agility.

An average Mudi loves to play and swim. They will easily learn to play ball or frisbee, and they make great jogging companions.

The breed is great for families with children, houses with yards, and active people. Just watch out if the dog is left alone outside; they are notoriously good diggers and can dig their way under a fence.

The PlexiDor Medium is the right size dog door for a Mudi.

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