Alert, active, and intelligent, the Mudi (pronounced “moody”) is a highly trainable herding dog capable of performing almost any task well, including watchdog duties, hunting, performing in agility and obedience competitions, search and rescue, and more. Also known as the Hungarian Mudi, this breed originated in Hungary where it helped shepherds maintain their flocks, and it was often called the “driver dog.” Even today, Mudis are used in Hungary for their herding abilities and are known to help shepherds with flocks of up to 500 sheep. Even though Mudis have high exercise needs, they can also be calm family companions when they are properly stimulated, both physically and mentally. Train a Mudi with positive reinforcement and don’t rely on punishment or harsh rebukes. If you do, you’ll have a loyal, smart, and loving dog that will protect you and adore you for life. See below for complete list of Mudi characteristics!Mudi Dog Breed Pictures Mudi Dog Breed Information & Pictures – DogtimeInitiate Gallery Additional articles you will be interested in:AdoptionChoosing The Best Dog NameBringing Home Your DogTraining To Walk On-LeashHousetraining PuppiesFeeding A PuppyIndoor Activities For DogsTeaching Your Dog TricksHow To Take Pictures Of Your Dog If you’re looking to buy a Mudi for sale, click here. If you’re looking to buy Mudi puppies, click here.

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Key Vitals of Mudi Dog
Name Dog Breed Group Height Weight Life Span
Mudi Dog Herding Dogs 14 to 20 inches 18 to 29 pounds 12 to 14 Years