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Breed Standard

Dog breed standards provide a 'road map' in order to standardize the appearance of each breed of dog. The standard is a written interpretation of what the dog should look like and both breeders and judges use the standard against which to compare each dog when they are being evaluated. A person's interpretation of the standard is completely individual, however the idea behind it is to ensure consistency in structure, coat, color, size , temperament and type. Every Puli breeder is striving to produce the 'perfect' Puli based on their interpretation of the standard.

The written standard for the Puli in Canada is available on the Canadian Kennel Club website. We have provided a link to the standard here for your convenience.

The CKC Puli Breed Standard