Breeding
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Kinga 2 veckor ii
Rut och Ester nästan 6 veckor gamla
Böna 181012 ix
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Rya på vallning i Ungern
Omslagsbild bakre om tillräckligt stor Foto J Vonheim
Csa SE V 17
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Rya L A Shepherd
Kinga 201901
Maica i smedjan
grön6 SIGN
Cikta ii
Csabo 181107 i
2 april vii
BIS
Precious 181014 ii
Puss
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Cookie badar
uppfgrupp Sören Poulsen
Maica 140309 i
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BREEDING

 

Our breeding philosophy is reflected in the kennel name. We always aim for the moon. Even when we miss, we land among the stars. An Impeccable puli should have a pleasant, sound character and excellent type. Our dogs are our pets and companions and as such, they live with us in the house. Planning for a litter is a lengthy process and it is only when we feel we have the time and space for a promising offspring that we take a litter. Puppy plans can be viewed under the tab 'Puppies'.


Before breeding, our Pulis are health tested (hips, eyes, patella - results can be found in SKK's open register https://hundar.skk.se/hunddata/Hund_sok.aspx) - and also tested for DM. We expose our Pulis' aptitude and character by doing an MH (Mentality test) or a BPH (Behaviour and Personality Assessment test), the Swedish Kennel Club's official character tests. The results are available to view in SKK's open register.

 
















When the opportunity arises we like to test our Pulis' animal interest, herding instincts and abilities. A puli from us must function well in today's society but we are also keen to preserve original breed features and keep at least one paw in the breed's rich history. The Puli originates in Hungary where they have been herding and guarding livestock for many thousands years. 















Photo of Miles, 8 mths old: Karsten Pumplun



We attend dog shows, not only as a nice pastime but as a valuable guidance in our breeding. As breeder there is always the risk of seeing what you want to see and focus only on the positive. This is why we value,  appreciate and respect competent judging according to the given breed standard.